With the invention of the telephone, an era which has increased the amount of stress within society was ushered . Today's individual cannot afford to answer the question of availability with "Sorry, I don't own a mobile phone"? It is a matter of fact that job hunting as well as job employment means being available at all times. This article details out all that you need to know about the telephone.
The invention of the classical telephone was only the beginning of a revolution which increased the accessibility of people to each other. However, it has also made a major contribution to the rising stress level in people lives. Having a telephone means that you are able to be reached. Thus, people have begun to stay at home, fearing that if they go out, they will miss a phone call.
Evolution of mentality
Although primitive at first, the telephone has made enormous progress in becoming the focus in the life of almost every individual. Therefore, everyone has a mobile phone and no one would even think of going shopping without it! In fact, the mobile is so popular that even during sports activities where people intend to wind down and relax, you will find them jogging or riding their bicycles while talking on their mobiles.
An indispensable gadget
What once was a luxury item, which one received if they could afford it, has become a necessity, a must have in our society. Wherever you go, people are walking around talking on their mobiles. The need to not miss a phone call and to be available twenty-four hours around the clock has us in a permanent state of expectancy. In the area of job employment, the telephone has proved to be an enormous stress builder. It is difficult to say today, if asked to put down your mobile number when applying for a job, "Sorry, I do not have one". People at unemployment offices become upset and potential employers may look at you suspiciously.
The future of the telephone
It will be interesting to see what the future continues to bring when the whole world is connected and everyone has the opportunity to telephone all over the world, not only with their mobiles but with any social networking organisation. If you think about it, it is kind of alarming. The personal becomes unpersonal and the individual becomes a stress ball nurtured by his telephone.