Consequently, during and after the crisis there has been a sharp reduction in employment rates. Since the crisis, participation in education has risen. Also, there is a lack of specific skills for employment and practical experience with employers. Most of the professional training in Spain is based on school lessons. Since 1975, the group with the highest unemployment rate in Spain has constantly been young adults aged between 16 and 24.
Most of these groups are vulnerable to diseases because of lack of portable drinking water and health care facilities. Because power is concentrated in the hands of few individuals, they turn to care more of their groups than looking into problems that the nation is facing as a whole. Disparity in the quality of health care is a common phenomenon in Cameroon. Being sick and poor in this country is a sure case that no medical staff will care about you. If very fortunate very little attention will be given to you and simple medication can be prescript without proper examination.
Within the past nine months, this familiar feeling washes over me on a daily basis. Six thousand miles away, my people are being assaulted by a dictator while I remain in a country that, despite its faults, has freedom of speech and a democratic system that limits the reign of power-hungry individuals. Cameroon is currently being torn apart due to the reverberating effects of European colonization. Not factoring in cultural dialects, Cameroon overwhelmingly Francophone. This diversity amongst Cameroonians has sparked a social hierarchy similar to the Hutu/Tutsi socialization that sparked the Rwandan genocide.
The weaknesses that are present in Morocco are slowly being diluted away with time. The domestic market is limited but much more than other countries with very less populations. The dependence on agriculture is the uncertainty that can affect us since the year of bad produce will affect all consumer industries due to reduction in overall consumption. The heavy bureaucracy is a weakness which Morocco administration is working on by bringing reforms and smoothing the processes. Some of the economic reforms and incentives to attract investors in Morocco: • Hassan II Economic and Social Development Fund: financial assistance to projects in land acquisition, construction and purchase of buildings and infrastructure • Investment Promotion Fund(FPI): reduction in land costs and expenses around external infrastructure and training Morocco provides excellent infrastructure facilities for the development of businesses.
It has led to a highly centralized system with power concentrated in the hands of a few, created a sophisticated bureaucracy which has ensured the continuous expansion of corruption in the country. The essay will try to examine the concept of corrupt by looking at various perspectives to the concept, investigate the cause and factors that facilitate the continuous expansion of corruption in Cameroon while taking into consideration the complex relations that are created and the different context and perceptions of corruption. The essay will examine the causes of corruption, the manifestation of corruption in Cameroon. It will further assess the various anti -corruption measures that has been taken to curb the predominance of corruption in the country.
Vinay Lamba BA. LLB. Sec A ID: 20141347 Poverty, Social Exclusion and Welfare Poverty is the state of a human being, who lacks the ability to feed himself due to the absence of money. The United Nations fundamentally define poverty as the inability of getting choices and opportunities; a violation of human dignity. It means not having a school or clinic to go to, not having the land on which to grow one’s food or a job to earn one’s living.
Unemployment will cause lower salaries because more workers but less jobs, so the people that cannot find a job in China they will find a job in other countries. Some of the degree graduated student cannot find a job in the China because there was not job for them. According to Patience (2013), the companies were less hiring 15% graduated students from last year. That was a bad news for the graduated students because they were just a few of companies’ job to choose. Unemployment make the students stress.
So far, the impact on the dramatic increase of youth unemployment rate diverse among EU countries, some were hardly hit and some are far better. Three groups of countries with difference efficiency policy usage during economic crisis in 2008 and varying degrees of influence on youth unemployment rate were detailed described by Dolado (2015). Firstly the successful group of countries consists of Austria, Germany and Switzerland, which keeps the rate below 10% while the second group with middle performance include UK, Sweden and France with a number of nearly 20%. Both groups take steps in career training and employment protections. The third group countries (Greece, Italy and Portugal) ware hardly hit by the economic crisis with above 25% youth unemployment rate due to the poor policy on both labour market protection and vocational training programme.
INTRODUCTION 1.1 BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY The World Book of Encyclopedia (1974:13) defines unemployment simply as the state of a person who wants to work but does not have a job. According to these definition, the term does not refer to people who are not seeking work because of age, illness or a mental or physical handicap, nor does it refer to people who are attending school or keeping house. Such people are classified as out of the labour force rather than unemployed. International Labour Organization (ILO, cited by Oben-Tarkornoo, 2009) defines unemployment as the numbers of the economically active population who are without work but available and seeking for work, including people who have lost their jobs and those who have voluntarily