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the advantages and disadvantages living in 21st century

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The Advantages and Disadvantages of Living in the 21st Century The 21st century is a time of great progress in social welfare, health care and technology. Living in the 21st century brings many changes in our lives, in the way we work, in our daily activity, and do business And it is offers certain advantages, such as a higher standard of living, but it also has some disadvantages, such as a polluted environment. The first advantage is nowadays many people have more money and less work hard. They get higher salary than before and get better social welfare and insurance. Second, the advance in medical technology brings the better medical care and treatment, people's life expectancy is longer. ...read more.

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We should continue to enjoy and develop the technological advancement; however, we must make an effort to rescue our natural resource for next generations. (The Advantages and Disadvantages of Living in the 21st century) The 21st century is a time of great progress in Social Welfare, Health care and technology. Living in the 21st century bring many changes in our lives, in the way we work, in our daily activity, and take care of our business And it is offers certain advantages, such as a higher standard of living, but it also has some disadvantages, such as a polluted environment. To begin with, most people now have more money for less hard work. ...read more.

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Still one more disadvantage is the weakening of spiritual values. An undeniable fact is that a large number of people are solely interested in materialistic culture,while neglecting spiritual civilization. Limited by space, we have to skip the examples. In conclusion, although the 21st century has indeed given us a lot of advantages, it may not have made us wiser, because it has also made our earth dirtier, our people less humane, and our spirituali iife poorer, We shpuld continue to enjoy the benefits of technological advancement,however, we must make a concerted effort to preserve our natural environment for future generations. Moreover, we should take the time now to make our lives more meaningful in anihcreasingly impersonal, computerized world ...read more.

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This is very brief and shows little understanding of the wider issues with regards to living in the 21st century. There are no comparisons made to other eras and this section does provide opportunity for that to be discussed.

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