Essay about Working for the Public Sector versus the Private Sector

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As with most choices, especially in the work world, there are benefits and consequences of working for both public and private sectors. There are different sets of needs to be met in each criterion but they may slightly relate to each other as well.

The public sector mostly relate to Government work. There are special exams a person has to take whenever they apply for any work with the government. There are some very strict rules and requirements to meet in every branch of the government and for every position within that branch. And the private sector is mainly based on the idea of profit. When a person applies for a position in a private sector, they require a certain amount of education, experience, training or skills. But the rules
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As the private sector is profit motivated, the employers of private sector mostly care about whether the employee can do a good job and make profits for them. The people in the private sector are more interested in how the process of making money works. The sales and production department of the private sector relates to the demand and supply of the market. The wages of workers of private sector increases as profits rise. But the pay role of the public sector workers is quite poor compared to the workers of the private sector. And as the private sector is Government work, it is mainly based on services for the country and so on.
There are also side benefits for people working in public sectors, for an example, the workers of public sector will receive their days off for each and every ?national? holiday. The workers don?t always get to enjoy their holidays in the private sector because the opportunity of profit making occurs during holidays. But they do get paid extra for working on holidays and most employers try to make sure every employee takes turns working on holidays.
And often a government position grants special privileges, discounts on a variety of products and services all across the nation. Some people find they're drawn to working for the public sector because of what they're able to learn about how the government works and choose to be a part of the process.
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