The head of the families in Navotas City is mostly female, ages 31-40, married, college graduate, has 4-6 household members, and has only one member earning mostly below Php 10,000 per month. Therefore, the monthly household income of most households is not enough to meet the basic needs of the family members, causing them to resort to debt financing. 2. The households in Navotas City prefer accessibility and convenience for their financing source as evidenced by them seeking the aid of 5-6 when faced with deficit. The usual proceeds from pawning is considered minimal and those who pawn only visit pawnshops annually, signifying that the funds are mostly for emergency purposes only.
In many other developing countries, the poverty has shown declination especially in China. However, in the worldwide and rural areas, the women have not benefited any from the rising economic tide. According to a global report, women is said to account 70% of the world’s poor. Besides that, women is said to earn only 10% of income yet they produce half of the world’s food. Gender inequalities caused poverty in way whereby women likely to hold vulnerable jobs at very low wages.
In 2010, the industry added 8,800 occupations to the economy. The following year, the number dropped fundamentally to 5,000 jobs. “It 's a drop in the bucket. Relative to statewide employment this is a very small number of jobs," (Foran) said Tim Kelsey, a professor at the Pennsylvania State
First and foremost, the main benefit that is gained by the company would be the ability reduce their labour costs. There is a tendency for non-regular workers to be earning less wages as compared to their regular peers. According to the Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare (2008, cited in Hiroko et al. 2011), 40% of non-regular workers earned less than 100 000 yen monthly 2008, 39% of regular employees earned 200 000- 300 000 yen monthly in 2008. Also, part-time workers were only given 40% of the wages of regular workers in 2003 (Jones, 2007).
According to Bartlett, Doz, & Hedlund (2013), a small business is run and operated independently, has small influence on the sector in which operates and the number of employees is less than 500. Small businesses are important, and in the United States alone there are more than 27 million companies which make up more than half of American economy, Many of the companies that we all know such as Dell, Apple, eBay and Microsoft started as small businesses. Small businesses are important they: 1) Generate jobs 2) Encourage innovation 3) Support big companies Small businesses create since the majority of workers have their first jobs with small businesses before progressing to large companies. Overall in most developed economies such as USA and Britain half of all workers are employed by small businesses (Nickels, McHugh, & McHugh, 2011). At any time, there are many small companies starting and expanding which means that they need
As an example, by 2015, although Polysil was having an annual turnover of around 50 million USD and the customers were already international, the company did not have a Marketing Department. This means that most of the business was attracted through “guanxi”, through recommendations from other customers and by participating to trade fairs were both suppliers and buyers can meet for business. However, although this proved to work better in the domestic market, for foreign development this channel would be too costly and inefficient as we will discuss in a later
Upon investigating some more, I discovered that the credit card has 0% APR the first 15 months and is a point rewards card. The APR falls in the national average and the exclusive $0 annual fee is way below the $37 average. However, this credit card has a 3% on foreign transactions and limited rewards. Bank of America Bank of America’s top tier credit card (BankAmericard Travel Rewards) has no annual fee and a minimum purchases APR of 14.99%-22.9%. The APR falls in the average and the $0 annual fee is way below average.
Immigrants from South America, Europe and other parts of the Middle East also contributed to Chile's ethnic composition. Only 10.30 per cent of Chile's population is over the age of 65, indicating that the country's fiscal position is not under pressure from social security needs. There are about 69.22 percent of the population is working age between the ages of 15 and 64. (Taylor, S.et al.2015) The size of the market
The Mar 2011capacity utilization for Kesoram Industries Ltd. is 75% which is far below its average over the preceding five years. Cement production numbers for Kesoram Industries Ltd are almost same for Mar-10 and Mar-11 indicating that they have added capacity but not used it which has been reflected in a negative PAT index for Mar-11 and an operating profit margin of just 4% for
Of the total labour force of 475 million in India nearly 92% is in informal employment in the unorganized sector (agriculture, building and construction, textiles, retail trade, logistics and transportation) with very low levels of education. India has just a 2% trained workforce as compared to Germany (75%), UK (68%), and South Korea (96%). There are approximately 15 million new entrants into the workforce in India every year; however the net enrolment in vocational education is only 3.5 million per year, as compared to 11 million in China and 11.3 million in USA. A large portion of the informal workforce is not engaged in what the ILO calls ‘Decent Work’, but finds work in exploitative and vulnerable conditions as they find employment through informal means such as word-of-mouth references, contractors, and the like. In the absence of any bargaining power, basic freedom and mainstreaming opportunities, the vicious cycle of poverty and disadvantage gets compounded through low levels of skills.