Hardworking Jeffrey Scheffert

According to Merriam-Webster Dictionary

(Adj.) Using a lot of time and energy to do work.

The word hardworking was first used in 1772.

"Hardworking." Merriam-Webster.com. Merriam-Webster, n.d. Web. 3 Mar. 2017.

According to me

Hardworking means to me to put your time and everything you have to better yourself and the others around you.
Hardworking is someone who works forty hours a week and puts in overtime to make an extra buck. Hardworking is the blood, sweat, and tears a person puts forward to better themselves and the others he cares about.
Hardworking can be a farmer in a field from dusk to dawn working the land to feed his family and thousands of others he does not even know.
Hardworking is a truck driver spending days on the road away from his family. Driving all night so he can make his delivery the next morning. Hardworking is doing what you love for the ones you love.
Hardworking is a business person putting in long hours and work to advance her/his career. Trying to move up the ladder of success.
Hardworking is a mother and father taking care of their children, and trying to push their children towards success.
Hardworking is seen everywhere from small towns like mine to big cities around the world. A hard worker is diligent, smart, industrious, and determined.

There are hardworking people all over the world. They can be friends, family, and ourselves.


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