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Demanding Work Condition

Long hours, minimal paid time off, and low wages characterize many corporate jobs.

Rigorous Workplace Regulation :  

Employers impose strict rules, and workers face consequences for non- compliance.

Surplus Labor Market :  

The abundance of job seekers allows employers to undervalue workers and exploit them with low wages and forced overtime.

Lack of Growth Opportunities :

Limited chances for skill  diversification or advancement in a different field, leading  to stagnant professional growth.

Economic Necessity vs. Personal Fulfillment :

Work becomes a mechanical process to sustain oneself economically, lacking a sense of purpose or fulfillment.

Choice and Agency:

Corporate employment remains a choice with opportunities for  negotiation and advocacy for rights and benefits.

Basic Rights and Compensation:

Employees receive health insurance and benefits, unlike slaves who were denied basic human rights.

Abuse and Racism:

Slavery involved severe abuse and racial discrimination, contrasting with corporate settings that do not endorse such cruelty.

Flexibility and Changes:

Some corporations offer flexible work hours and better conditions, differing from the rigid, abusive nature of slavery.

Magnitude of Suffering:

Equating a demanding workday to slavery diminishes the suffering and atrocities faced by slaves, denying them basic human rights.

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Kaushal SIngh