When it comes to which industry or profession could be the most important in our lives, there is always a huge toss up. Could it be those who toil away in the forest industry so that our homes could be furnished from top to bottom? Some of those living in fashionable Liberty Village condos would probably agree. However, there are arguments for practically every industry and every profession.
For those who work hard at ensuring that we stay healthy, it may be a no brainer for their argument; health care professionals but for those who work to build your back decks it could be also a very strong argument.
No matter how you slice this pumpkin pie, there is a slice for everyone. Maybe it could come down to where you live and what you do for a living. For those living in King West condos the argument could be that those tireless real estate agents who helped them to gain possession of these lovely homes may be the most vital lifeline to sanity. For a small business owner, it may be the technical support person or the financial guru that helps to keep things going on a daily basis.
Maybe it could all come down to what importance we place on the help, assistance, support, and backup that we consider to be the most valuable for us. Someone in Toronto may put doctors at the top of the list while someone living in Markham may put a limo service at the head of the class. For those living in London townhouses it may be the snow removal services support staff.
For a Mississauga real estate agent, it may be the technical support team at an Apple store while for the mom at home it may be the repair person at a home services depot. It really all depends on one's personal opinion; no clear winner of the question.
So what does this all tell us? It comes down to what we think, what we value, and what importance we place on who is most helpful to us. At the end of the day, this is what it really is. Our opinions do count for something but there are those who may feel that they do not. This is what various industries do in order to validate how they are doing; a survey of our opinions. That's the picture.