The lack of jobs is the most common reason for people to leave, especially when there seems to be plenty of job offers elsewhere. Corruption and bad economic decisions by the government have caused an economic crisis in Puerto Rico that has caused inflation and an increase in taxes, thus becoming a great burden for each Puerto Rican resident. As the economy worsens and employment is nowhere to be found, crime rises, and fear for one’s life is mixed with the worry about one’s provisions. It is up to each individual and to the political administrators to take up the lead and bring Puerto Rico out of its
By the time I was eight I had moved six times. Moving around was something that I had grown accustomed to. I didn’t like it, in fact I hated moving, but my parents always had a reason to move. Most of the time we moved because of my parent’s jobs. Normally when my parents told me that we were moving again I’d be a little upset.
Valley Forge. Would You Have Quit? Many people are going home from these harsh conditions, but I will fight for my country. We got there at December 19, 1777, we are 22 miles from Pennsylvania, many of us are sick, it is very cold, and we are hungry. I was asked a question which is: will you reenlist and fight for our country or will you quit and go home.I am going to reenlist for three reasons which are: I want to have freedom, Washington needs more men, and Congress is bringing more supplies.
1. The central moral or ethical problem explored in Farewell to Manzanar is the isolation the Watatsuki family experiences. The time period the book was written in was difficult because of racial issues and constantly moving around looking for jobs, in other words, living like a migrant worker. “The people who had it hardest during the first months were young couples like these, many of whom had married just before the evacuation.” (21) This quote shows couples were being separated unless they were legally married. It was also hard to keep families with children together.
Homelessness has existed since the beginning of civilization, usually because a lot of people at the time are too poor to buy a house. As time goes on, the rate of homelessness rises as the population rises. Homelessness then was mostly caused by a family’s history of being homeless, drug abuse, mental disorders, and tyrannical leaders forcing his people into poverty. In modern times, several organizations are now trying to end homelessness by building cheaper housing projects more affordable to the poor and homeless shelters; these projects usually cost a fair amount of money.
If inflation were to occur it would give the people that lost their money a hard time to buy food, which means supporting a family. In other cases, deficit spending could also cause the taxes to increase to drain extra money out of the economy (Investopedia, 2017). With all these negative consequences in mind, deficit spending was very bad for the economy that caused lots of problems. This reason connects to the claim because it demonstrates the negatives of deficit spending along with the New Deal. After the government spends all their money on everything for the New Deal, it affects the economy by having them pay many taxes.
This negatively affected the people who were migrating and were in direct competition for jobs with longer- established residents and would keep creating conflict with those people. “Many people were not able to make a living in drought-stricken regions and were forced to migrate to other areas in search of a new livelihood. ("Drought in the Dust Bowl") Many people had no choice to leave which affected them in a personal way because they had to forced to leave in search of a new livelihood because they will mostly not survive through the Dust Bowl.”In addition, because of poverty and high unemployment, migrants added to local relief efforts, sometimes overburdening relief and health agencies. ” ("Drought in the Dust Bowl")People were super poor and were not making enough money to pay for things while migrating so this would affect people and families and it was too much for relief and health agencies.“The poor economy displaced more than just farmers as refugees to California; many teachers, lawyers, and small business owners moved west with their families during this time. ( "Dust Bowl")The wealth and
c.) I feel that The Great Depression did challenge American’s beliefs about their nation and themselves. The United States has always been seen as the land of opportunities and self prosperity. Thousands of people migrated here to start a new life yet life was a struggle during the depression. Many people lost their jobs and homes, and even faith in their country. The fact that there was such a high before the depression is what probably made the reality so much more
According to the article, thousands of professionals with education in the world are considering moving to Canada; however, many end up doing odd jobs due to Canadian employers not considering them for a job based on their experience and education. Some of these reasons include a lack of trust from no Canadian work references, communication difficulties, reluctance to change their workplace environment, and simply not wanting to hire. The source lists a few questions to consider before coming to Canada, with the key points: there is a possibility of cultural assimilation, laborious work, corruption, over regulation, and racial and religious discrimination. The intended message of this source is that before coming to Canada, there are many factors that should be considered. Immigrants may or may not agree with the intended message of this article, depending on their own experiences with Canada.
1. What additional sources of stress are evident within this family? Each individual family member has unique circumstances that contribute to the family’s overall stress. Kathleen’s new job could cause stress for the family as she is changing careers and may not have as much time to spend with her family. Though Bill plans to retire, paying for Ryan and Bridget’s private high school education could be a financial burden.