Articles: Crawford, “The Case for Working with Your Hands” & Ehrenreich, “It Is Expensive to Be Poor”Crawford complicates the common notion that knowledge and office work are preferable over hands-on work and trades, although he notes that they differ in prestige. While many assume that the former is the preferable line of work, he notes that “The good life comes in a variety of forms. This variety has become difficult to see; our field of aspiration has narrowed into certain channels” (8). Ehrenreich focuses more specifically on the harsh attitudes toward those with less glamorized or popular lines of work, especially those who are in poverty, and argues that “we need to wake up to the fact that the underpaid women who clean our homes and offices, prepare and serve our meals, and care for our elderly … are the true philanthropists of our society” (2). With these readings in mind, explore this question about the relationship between occupation and worth:What is the role of work in determining worth, whether that be self-worth, economic worth, or any other kind that seems relevant?- Include 2 quotes (one from each reading) in every paragraph.- Have an introduction, thesis statement, only 3 body paragraphs, and a conclusion.