The general population of most countries do not have the money to buy a house, that’s why most of them are renting it and move to a place to another depends on the situations. This problem is connected to the economy of the country, if the real estate is in its worst shape people will pay a lot of money to get a simple house to live in. According to Martin (2015) discusses that the raises of the housing prices is making it worst to the people with the low income, and that is the major cause why people become homeless and poor in the society, and also the taxes on the houses are contributing in making people pay more money. Therefore, there should be an existing to the low income individuals to help them keeps their poverty, and make it less payments on
Therefore, there aren't enough beds for the patients and poor people cannot afford to pay for private hospitals. Overall, it affects the people in multiple ways. Low level of education limits their future jobs. Poor health care services threats the individuals lives condemning their future to a life full of
It is in a capitalist system where a disadvantaged group feels like they can barely survive in a system. Human trffickers are also human beings and they too feel a need to survive in their environment. For example, if they have no skills to get a decent job, no access to education, or simply put, a lack of capital, they will find a way to survive even if it means going out of norms and rules to exploit victims. In India, there is a high unemployment rate of 3.6% of the total labour force, and no minimum wage policy implemented, exacerbating the problem of poverty. Given the different amounts of resources in a capitalist system, the more powerful groups will use their power to exploit groups with less power.
When they do this, they lose so much education that they could have received. This really hinders any chance of them getting any kind of a decent paying job because they will not be hired because of their low education level. The Cunningham’s are an example of this in the book. They are all considered the “poor people” and are essentially stuck in this class because they will be trapped in the endless cycle of not having money. This is unfair to those people because they are basically born without a chance of progression and will be view and categorized for their entire
They are still young and have no job, so they are cannot support their life, and when a baby born, they become a poverty families that is causing a child poverty. Another cause is parents with lower levels of education, so they do not have much choice of a job where they can work and earn some money to feed a family and all the household expenses. These child poverty will never have a good food to eat, good clothes to wear, and a good education like everyone else in a wealthy family. The following quote I found is
The all-time biggest question for homeless people is “why not try to make money” (Conley 27). The majority of homeless may be too lazy or unmotivated, but other homeless are unable to get jobs or just simply do not make enough money to uphold themselves. 1/3 to ½ of homeless are already employed but are unable to financially sustain themselves. On the other hand, many jobs require an address, or phone number which is a huge problem for many homeless. Transportation to and from work, along with dressing up smart to fit your job are also factors to consider when homeless try to get employed.
7). Poverty as a result of faulty public policy is another said cause of poverty, in which “jurisdiction’s public policies play an important role in determining poverty levels” (Raphael, 2013, p. 7). The jurisdiction “focus is upon issues of employment security, wages, tax policy, and state provision of resources such as education, childcare, and health care,” and these characteristics interacting together along with public policies are what leads to poverty (Raphael, 2013, p. 8). The last cause of poverty is poverty as reflecting structural inequalities within society, the wealthy population unfairly profit at the expense of others that are financially deprived (Raphael, 2013, p. 8). According to Raphael (2013), the proposed solutions to poverty is to provide people with “greater educational opportunities and opportunities to learn employment skills, and for public policies to equalize the distribution of economic and other resources, and to balance inequalities in power” (p. 7-8).
Some homeless people are disqualified to get a job because they not go to school. Which makes it harder for them to read a newspaper, get a driver’s license or even to fill out a job application. The lack of education is causing more and more people to become homeless every day. Not having an education can put many people out in the streets. Instead of ignoring the fact that homeless people are struggling, someone should help the need instead of helping the people who do not need the
Food price, hunger and poverty are linked together meaning that small change can cause many problems. Millions of people live hungry and weak just because they cannot buy food, cannot get enough nutrients and cannot buy land for farming . In some families children are not sent to school to save money. There is also inequality in some countries making the poor weaker and vulnerable . In many developing countries this is even a bigger problem as the government cannot support its people.
6.2 Unemployment According to Swanepoel (2016:7) unemployment is regarded as a source and effect of poverty in which people suffers from. It is a source because no job, no income. In addition, poor people cannot afford decent houses, nutritious food, medical aid and sending children to decent schools. Unemployment is the effect of poverty because weakness is caused by eating unhealthy food, poor housing and lack of access to education stop people from getting jobs. Unemployment is the effect of isolation.