In "Pandora's Box" and in "The Monkey's Paw", after something happened there was always an outcome. When Pandora opened the box, there was an outcome of the box having evil. When the family was curious about the monkey's paw, the dad wished for money, and as an outcome, the boy died.
In "Pandora's Box" and in "The Monkey's Paw" after they were both really curious. In "Pandora's Box" Pandora was curious about the box, so she opened it. In "The Monkey's' Paw" the dad was very curious about the paw, and wanted to know if it worked, so he wished for money.
After something bad happened, the characters from the stories did two different things. In "The Monkey's Paw" when the son died, all they did was leave he paw out, and didn't do anything about it. In "Pandora's Box" when she opened it, she hid it under her bed and hoped it went away on its own.
They told Pandora what would happen but not the family in "The Monkey's Paw". In "Pandora's Box" Zeus told Pandora not to open it, and they told her what could happen if she did open it. In "The Monkey's Paw" the soldier told the family that there were consequences, but didn't say what could happen if they wished the monkey's paw.