This concludes my reasons why I think professional Athletes get paid too much. They are getting paid too much for just playing some sort of entertainment. There are jobs that they have to risk they life for us, like cops they are risking their life for our safety and athletes don’t risk their life cops don’t get paid enough in my opinion. The community is more important and people who have fought for our country that don’t have a lifestyle they deserve a
Without regulation, mass amounts of people can migrate to other countries to join different societies, causing a shortage in resources, space, and neglect. Although people would be moving to improve their quality of life, too many people migrating to one area can actually take away this positive quality, creating a more difficult life consequently. If a utilitarian belief was applied to this moral decision, the outcome would be contradicting as well. Allowing illegal immigrants to work in our society benefits the economy and the country as a whole. Without migration regulation, however, many people would suffer from the lack of resources and scarce opportunities within our country.
Along with this is participation and the engagement in community events and projects which can help new immigrants develop a sense of belonging. However, their are immigrants that struggle with engagement in their local communities due to a lack of confidence in their ability to interact with their
that eventually urged them to leave the homeland to find another place to survive. Being accepted in one country as immigrant does not mean that everything has been settled or provided, the immigrant needs to compete with the local people in order to survive. Today, the number of the immigrant has been incredibly increased, especially in Indonesia, which will be the main focus of the discussion. Indonesia is host of many foreign investments with thousands of branches of multinational companies. Along with the huge number of the foreign investment, there are also many immigrant as foreign workers in Indonesia, in 2013 there are around 68,957 workers which is declining from the previous year, 2012, in which there were around 72,427 foreign workers in Indonesia, the number is declining until today, but still it
By 2050 70% of the world’s population growth will occur in 24 countries. These countries will have problems providing employment and quality education for their growing young population. This will cause these young people to immigrate to developed countries who lack necessary workers to fill needed jobs because of an aging population. It will be important for developed countries to build alliances and assist with
This provided workers a lot more money to live on, while todays workers are forced to rely on things like "food stamps or the Earned Income Tax Credit" (Dorn). While these ideas explained some good points, I still believe that raising minimum wage would be a terrible idea. One of the main
For the young and uneducated there is a competition with immigrants because they both have the same financial status and compete for the same jobs. The lower class of the United States if filled with immigrants but also contains natives who have not had such success financially and for them it is difficult to find a job and maintain it for the search for jobs is an issue in general in the U.S. When immigrants first entered the United States, Natives feared that immigrants would take their
When we look at this problem, we must take into consideration all the little aspects and subjects of homelessness that could develop a much more bigger issue; such as, the creation of new jobs, healthcare, housing, and funding. These bigger picture issues overall affect the economic system of America. The homelessness issue affects almost the entire population in America due to its severity and country-wide need for help. The fact that this issue includes so many problems is the reason why it affects so many people. So far, the country allows organizations to create funding and charities to help gain money in order to open up different lifestyle opportunities for those in need.
Hispanic Immigrants are leaving Mexico because their economy is not good, the crime rate is very high, and jobs are hard to find. America has freedom and that gives them hope for a new life. Also Immigrants are trying to evacuate from poverty, and violence. Their life in their homeland is hard.
Why the prison system is flawed The american prison system is flawed and should be changed because it is very expensive to keep it running the way it is, the prison system is helping gangs grow and it can be fixed it is possible. I believe that it needs to change so that cities will have more tax money to fix other things and the people who don't deserve to get released won't be. The prison system is very expensive for taxpayers because they have to pay to employ the officers, they have to pay for the building, the tools, the food for them to eat, there clothing and bedding.
Immigration has always been a part of American culture, in fact, it is the basis of how our country was formed. Immigration, both legal and illegal, has become a key focal point in today’s society. In a collection of essays titled “Reinventing the Melting Pot: The New Immigrant and What It Means to Be American,” Jamar Jacoby has a piece titled “The New Immigrants and the Issue of Assimilation” originally published in 2004. Jacoby creates an argument that although beneficial to our country, many immigrants are entering the United States where they are forced to spend their lives at the bottom of the economy, and where their assimilation feels forced. Jacoby’s purpose for writing this piece is to encourage readers that Americans are the problem
As I walked down the street, I saw this huge line for what seemed like a mere simply hot soup lunch. As I shifted closer, I saw they were having a charity day in which they provided free lunch for the needy. The sheer number of people needy, however, struck me in awe. I realized that the recent talks of mass immigration was no rumor, immigrants were increasing every day; they came here and devalued work, forcing us citizens to quickly transition from a steady income to this competition for the simplest jobs. I stopped walking and thought about if I really wanted to spend the extra dollar to buy a satisfying lunch.