The percentage of hunger in South Africa is very high, and this problem is not solved till now. This article will explain the hunger problem in South Africa, the causes of increasing the hunger, it affects and the previous solutions attempted to solve the problem. Hunger in South Africa has many causes. The First major cause of hunger is price inflation. According to kitissou (2014), January 2006 till June 2008, was the worst period in South Africa because prices of food were doubled.
Ultimately, the failure of the Delta to diversify has caused people to find themselves trapped in a never-ending turmoil between poor education and indigence. Poverty and education share a relationship with one another and in order to fix the problems associated with poverty the problems with education must first be addressed. Another way that economical factors play a role in education is the cost of college. Due to the high expenses that come with college, many families cannot afford to send their children to universities. This means students have to apply for loans, which can take years to pay off.
Introduction Venezuela is a country that is experiencing a high inflation rate in the world today. It’s inflation rate has reached up to 800 percent, marking it the worst economic crisis in it’s history. The hyperinflation has made Venezuelan Bolivar’s value to degrade tremendously and it is nearly worthless. The people in Venezuela are lacking the basic necessities for survival which has led them to turn towards bitcoin minding as an alternative. In this essay, I would like to discuss what was the cause of the hyperinflation in Venezuela, how it has impacted on the society and the economy.
Because of the lack of employment in the United States, it makes it ten times harder for the homeless to get jobs. Because there are people applying for the same positions that a homeless person may be looking into, hiring managers will most likely hire the person they see that is more qualifying for the job based upon experience. According to Peter Katel from CQ Researcher, the economy is finally starting to get back to stability, “The economy has finally started to grow again, but more than 8 million jobs that disappeared after the economic crisis began in late 2007 haven 't returned, and the unemployment
The main reasons for this fact are first, the weak link between the educational system and the labor market (Katsanevas 2002). Young people are struggling to find a job in the labor market after graduation from the university. As a consequence, structural unemployment arises, due to the fact that supply of labor does not meet the demand. The second reason is the Greek willingness for a further education, which is provoking a higher rate of unemployment among
During the 19th century, diseases, lack of food, and emigration, mainly caused depopulation. A long-term depopulation is typically as a result of infertility among the people in the society and additionally net immigration rate that does not compensate the increasing death rates. Population aging characterizes this long-term decline in population, and it leads to a rise in the ratio of the retired citizens to workers and the young (Chand et al. 2014). The results of depopulation have a direct impact on the economy of the country that has borrowed too much for repayment by the young generation.
Other challenges faced by low income African elders are categorized into three which includes a.) Elders are looked up to cater and take up responsibilities of the family as they are the major providers and caregiver to their children, b.) The problem on the elders has increased with the high rate of mortality amongst teenagers in their prime due regional conflicts and increased pandemic rates of HIV-AIDS, c.) the customary safety net of the extended family has been rendered ineffective and undependable for the elderly. Even though some number of research have studied the welfare consequences of these developments on children. Some research have analyzed the poverty situation amongst elderly groups systematically in Africa especially low income countries as well as role of social
o Taking up jobs on temporarily o Lack of experience o Racial discrimination still occurs in many organization. This is a serious cause of unemployment. People who do not accept a certain race, religion, caste and ethnicity still exist and so the survival of earning money becomes difficult and many are forced to leave the country. Ireland has an extraordinary high rate of unemployment . “It is true that the scale of the construction bubble and subsequent bust in Ireland made a considerable amount of economic pain inevitable, but Iceland outside the Eurozone had an even bigger bust and unemployment is now down to below six percent.” (Yglesias.M ,2014) There are ten countries in the Eurozone that have worst of rate than in Ireland.
Unemployment: The biggest problem Pakistan facing is the unemployment. The unemployment rate in Pakistan is just 15%. Many of the MBA , engineers and the doctors are out of job. Corruption: Corruption is one the biggest threat to the Pakistan. In the past few decades the image of Pakistan has extremely suffered.
Unemployment Unemployment is referred to those people who are in the labor force had tried to search for job in the past four weeks but they cannot get a job. There are three types of unemployment which is frictional unemployment, structural unemployment, and cyclical unemployment. There are the reasons such as the rapid change in technology, recessions, inflation, and undulating business cycle and so on cause unemployment. The measurement for unemployment is unemployment rate which is the percentages of number of unemployed people divided by the total labor force. According to journal of Neville Otuki, Kenya, East Africa’s biggest economic, holds the dubious distinction of being the country with the largest number of unemployed youth