Vilorio (12) contends that the youths need to understand the essence of hard work and working their way up a college degree. A free college education will not only bring the quality of higher education down, but it will also strain the taxpayer's resources. In the end, free education will negatively impact the economy. This essay opposes free college education due to its adverse effects on the government, citizens, task force and the
Introduction In recent years, unemployment is an essential issue for every nation, particularly underdeveloped nation with a vast population. According to Malaysian Labor Force Survey, the definition of unemployment is the unemployed include individual who has working availability but did not work during a reference period. They might looking for work actively or vise versa in the period.High unemployment means that the nation do not have use their labor resources efficiently. Every year, a large crowd of graduates from Malaysian universities and college but in the end the rates of the graduates obtain a job is alarmingly low (The New Straits Times, 2013). The issue under debate and talk over at many symposium by a lot of parties such as the
All these factors greatly affect the endangerment of Pangasinan as a statutory language in the province. Also in their article entitled Pangasinan- An Endangered language? A Retrospect and Prospect, Anderson and Anderson admitted that although Pangasinan is spoken by at least a million, it is still prone to endangerment because of increasing evidence of attrition, both in its population and in the number of communicative settings in which it is used. On the other side, Anderson and Anderson (2007) believed that a language can survive, they
Protection and advancement of human rights in developing countries: Luxuries or necessities? (Mazhar Siraj 304 page) Economic factors such as poor economic development of a country is often related to high record of human rights violations. It can be argued that poverty indeed weakens the government and exposes it to a real threat of public discontent. As mentioned before, state’s main responsibility is the welfare of its citizens, which also includes protection of economic rights. Therefore, if economic rights are violated in the sense of food scarcity, expensive education, inaccessible healthcare system and high unemployment rate, government will lose the support of its voters and face threat to its power.
This literature review will cover some topics that show the relationship of the education of the people and their economy. This literature review also states the problems that are evident in today’s educational system and the possible solutions for these. Economic degradation is considered or defined as the deterioration of the economy or the decline of the economy. According to Tweeten (1989), the process of economic degradation can result to poor economic performance of a country in culture and development and also domestic policies. The dropout “crisis” is a problem to the country because it affects multiple factors that might hinder our country from developing.
As this plays an important part because as the income level is relatively lower, the income per capita of Malaysians will result in a low purchasing power that makes Malaysia a price sensitive market. So the solution is that Tesco may have to change the products, such as lowering the quantity, lowering the price so that consumers can spend the product that they can afford in relation with their income levels. The increase in unemployment level of citizens in Malaysia has been a major concern for the government. Therefore the Malaysian government appoints employment restrictions for all the multinational companies in Malaysia to hire their local people. Tesco may take this as a challenge due to the pressure of hiring Malaysians and train them in comparison to foreign employees.
Researchers: Gian Ignacio & Czeena Limbo General Topic: Education Narrowed Topic: Factors that hinder Filipino youths in going to school Thesis Statement: Unemployment and short income results to Filipino youths not going to school because insufficient money can’t afford the country’s high cost education Literature Review: Just what happens to youth if they are hindered from school? If this continues what will happen to our future, not only our country but, what of the upcoming generations? This is a crisis that may soon be the cause economic decay as each generation passes. Education is stated to be one of the essentials in life that a person should have. In such competitive world, it is a must for all to have a good education for it helps
Education is essential, it yields a person to infer perception on the world, it makes a person complete, a feeling of being valued and appreciated, and most importantly, it helps a person achieve a career. Unfortunately, studies illustrate a major mismatch between individuals’ educational attainment and the skills demanded by the industries, also known as jobs mismatch. This emerging issue of mismatch is very evident and has been the growing concern in the Philippines. It happens that despite the fact of surplus employment vacancies, many job seekers are unemployed because many employers did not find the right set of skills among them which is necessary for business tasks at hand. In fact, according to the press released by DOLE, jobs mismatch was studied to be the cause of unstable employment situation which results to the stiffening of the growth of economy.
Lastly, recruitment of foreign workers could possibly be the easiest way to help overcome the shortage of local labor at construction sites . It is well understood that the major cause of manpower shortage is the employers’ reluctance to pay higher wages to the locals, which would consequently increase their expenditure (Abdul Rahim Abdul Hamid, Bachan Singh, Aminah Md Yusof & Nur Ahikin M. Abdullah, 2011) . For this particular reason, the number of local workers keeps lessening each year, resulting in a massive employment of foreign workers instead. The former Minister of Human Resources, Datuk Seri Dr Fong Chan Onn stated that despite Malaysia currently having about 1.8 million foreign workers, there are still hundreds of applications submitted every month by local companies to the Home Affairs Ministry, requesting to hire more foreign workers (Bernama, 2006) . The statement evidently proves that the demand for foreign construction workers is tremendously high, due to the shortage of local workers.
The Employers’ Confederation of the Philippines (Ecop) expressed their apprehension o employing this generation’s college graduates. Lack of analytical skills, work dedication and commitmentwere among the justifications for such criticism. This problem seemed to be supported by the reports ofPhilippine Statistics Authority (PSA) stating that educational attainments of the unemployed for the pasyears have been higher. Moreover, college graduates comprised around 14.5% of the unemployed basedon the Labor Force Survey done by PSA. The resolution of this phenomenon demands the examination and assessment of the education system that we have right now.