I’m Dean Tyler-Battaglia and today I will discuss why homelessness is such a massive problem, due to education and employment limits, difficulties regarding shelters, and why homelessness isn’t a choice. To rebuild a life, the first step is to find money. That task becomes very difficult if no one accepts them for a job. Masses of displaced people are barred by barriers stopping them from getting a job. These barriers include not having quality education, limited job experience, or experience in a job not needed in a wealthy country, no access to and lack of money to provide transportation.
Pregnant women, whose immunity has declined due to pregnancy, and young children, who are too young to have developed immunity, are at the most risk, as statistics have shown (“Impact of Malaria”). This causes millions of families to be without children. Due to this fear, families often have many children, which is a burden to them, and to the society because over population would equal not enough jobs, which will lead to much unemployment. If the child survives Malaria, they are prone to six bouts a year, which will impact their school attendance. That in turn might obstruct their learning, and in larger terms, the educational system.
workers starts working from 8:00 am until 10-11 pm for 15 hours a day and 7 days a week all overtime is mandatory. And on an average, women get vacation only two days a month. The abuse of these industries in abusing the workers is by letting them work for so many hours without proper sleep, it 's unreasonable to imagine that the development countries allows injustice for workers . Most of large industries have the standard shift for workers, they let them work rashly especially in a case of finishing the product to be exported to the US, they force the workers to work all day night for 20 hours. Their shift starts from 8 in the morning straight through until next day in same time.
This is when a person is able to support their basic needs with some support from the government but cannot afford luxury items such as family vacations or doesn’t have enough money to send their child to university. These groups of people are considered poor due to the fact that the rest of the community they are surrounded in have access to superior services/goods. • Situational (transitory) Poverty o People or families that become poor due to some adversities such as Earthquakes, floods or very serious illnesses such as HIV/AIDS. Most of the time people are able to help themselves out of this type of poverty especially with a little bit of assistance as this type of poverty is usually due to an unfortunate event that occurred. • Generational / chronic Poverty o This is usually when poverty is passed on from one to another by generations before them; there is usually no escape to this type of
We're currently struggling with mortgage payments and since my parents have not been able to pay for our mortgage for the past few months, the house is going into foreclosure. On top of this, both of my parents credit has dropped greatly due to debts that were needed to placed on their cards, for example, my tuition for this semester, on top of that, they are also currently paying off 2 different vehicles. I work a job at Oakton in the 1830's computer lab, however, it's only enough money for me to support myself and my two dogs. I get paid under minimum wage while working part time and while also going to school. This scholarship would help greatly because it would take off a lot of stress from not only my shoulders, but my parents shoulders when it comes to paying for tuition.
Babysitting can be one of them most difficult and expensive things you can do. I wanted to find out what it was like to take care of kids for a couple days, so I decided to ask my uncle to let me babysit my cousins for a weekend. Babysitting For Me was hard because of all the tasks I had to do. It just so happen that the kids were bad so that also added to the problem. Babysitting for the whole weekend was expensive, I spent more than half of my money on the kids.
This statistic is very scary because poverty in the U.S is constantly getting worse. The amount of homeless families has increased, which causes their children to struggle through school and have a much harder time becoming successful in the future. Poverty affects everyone in their family and puts a lot of stress on the parents to make enough to survive. Millions of American families tend
Poverty and illiteracy go hand in hand in a lot of cases. Many students have to get full-time jobs and dropout of school, in order help their parents with finances and stay afloat. An astounding average of thirty-two million of our nation’s citizens are at low or complete illiteracy. How can a nation be in a “unison” if half of the country can’t read or write, entailing being unable to understand the complexity of the government to a fair extent. Therefore thirty-two million Americans are potentially not represented in the government.
They had been injured by machines, acids, etc. When they worked so long, they got tired and this led to injuries. If they worked shorter hours, they wouldn 't get hurt as often. The workers worked very hard for very long, but they got paid very little. According to “Industrials: Helpful or Harmful,” some only made at least $350 per year.
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.