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1.【娱乐圈和体育明星的过高收入】 Celebrities such as actors and sports personalities earn a lot more than other professionals. Some people believe that this is unfair while others think that celebrities deserve to be paid more. Discuss both points of view and give your own opinion on the subject.
2. 【医生教师等职业应该比名人收入更高吗？】Professional workers like doctors, nurses and teachers make a greater contribution to society and so should be paid more than sports and entertainment personalities. To what extent do you agree or disagree?
3. 【部分人群的过高收入】 In many countries, a small number of people earn extremely high salaries. Some people believe that this is good for the country, but others think that governments should not allow salaries above a certain level. Discuss both these views and give your own opinion.
Many believe that high-ranking executive positions deserve their exorbitant salaries, while others feel they earn disproportionately compared to normal workers. In my opinion, outsized compensation is unreasonable in a vacuum but makes sense given the market mechanism.
Detractors (批评者) often argue the ratios defy justification. Recent publications have quoted figures showing executive positions, and CEOs in particular, makes hundreds of times what the average worker does. This includes their various remuneration packages and bonuses. It is hard to claim this money is deserved. Although many CEOs work longer hours and graduated from top schools, their tangible impact can be marginal relative to the key driving forces behind product development required for a business to thrive. Even the most ardent (热心的) supporters of these practices would not claim their output is hundreds of times higher than a normal employee.
Nonetheless, this practice follows the basic principles of supply and demand. The simple fact is that there is a nearly endless supply of average individuals for entry-level positions but capable executives are rarer. These high-ranking jobs require an extraordinary commitment in terms of hours that most are unwilling to invest and exceptional character qualities ranging from leadership skills to raw intelligence. Since the top positions in a company are hard to fill and the company has the finances to pay premium wages, it is logical that executive salaries outrage many workers. In fact, these payments have little relationship with justice and more to do with the economic realities of capitalism.
In conclusion, though their salaries seem outlandish, executives are more difficult to replace and deserve higher pay. This is an uncomfortable, but crucial, truth for the average person to accept.
高管 executives / senior managers / high-ranking executive positions
高收入 exorbitant salaries / outsized compensation / premium wages
薪酬收入及奖金 remuneration packages and bonuses
they earn disproportionately compared to normal workers
makes hundreds of times what the average worker does
有能力的高管 capable executives
能力普通的员工 average individuals
入门级的职位 entry-level positions
非凡的坚持和承诺 extraordinary commitment
超人的才华 exceptional character qualities
There is a nearly endless supply of average individuals for entry-level positions but capable executives are rarer.
Executives are difficult to replace and thus deserve higher pay.