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
However few families provide water that has hazardous supplements in them that can be highly dangerous to a human 's body. Poor communities don 't have access to health facilities, it is hard for them to live a healthy lifestyle when their resources such as water and air are contaminated. Common diseases that are linked with land degradation are diarrhea, hepatitis, and malaria. As well as chronic respiratory diseases (Edward). Over 90 percent of the population lives in areas where air pollution exceeds the health organization limits.
Many people are forced to not buy the drugs they need to survive, which can result in deaths. Even some people that can afford their medicine have a very hard time finding a way to pay for their prescription. The government needs to change it, whether it be importing drugs from Canada, or enforcing price controls. The prices are far too high, and that is why millions of Americans do not take their medicine. Millions of people not taking their prescription is way too many, in fact one person not taking their medicine is too many.
I did nursing assistant to take care of my disabled mother who passed away from cancer. It was a side job taking care of her while I worked in technology. Through this certification process, I learned a lot about outpatient care. I had the opportunity to work for Kindred hospital to gain the maximum experience to use for the care of my mother. After her death, I got more interested in pharmacy because the medication had prolonged her life and when the medication was cut on her because insurance did not cover her she passed away.
Jurgis’s dad, Dede Antanas, succumbs to the cold and his damp, dangerous working conditions and dies while working in the pickling rooms at a meat factory. The time for the wedding mentioned in the beginning has arrived, and the outcome leaves the poor family with more than one hundred dollars in debt. Afraid of the consequences of not being able to pay it off, more of the family works harder than ever, including Ona in a ham sewing factory, and eventually the young boys of the family as newsboys. Despite this rising debt, Marija’s factory closes and Jurgis is cut back on his hours. Outraged at this unfairness, Jurgis, as well as the rest of the eligible family members, join the Union and start to participate passionately.
Not only are people being pushed out of their neighbourhoods and homes by those willing to pay more, there is an apparent price hike for those who desire to stay in their homes. Non-integrated/non-gentrified communities start off with higher poverty rates while simultaneously having low homeownership. Then people with higher incomes move in causing a raise in the cost of living within the community. Despite this the working class pay and low income remain the same for the original residents who can no longer afford to live in what once was their home. The social cost of the actions are extremely high and cause just as many community issues as household familial issues.
One of the major obstacles regarding behavior change amongst the African American culture come as a result to the lack of resources that are provided within their disadvantaged neighborhoods (Cateret, 2010). These families lack the necessary tools to facilitate change, which then results into a cascade of unhealthy behaviors. Within these very local communities fast-food chains can be found on almost every corner. It is almost as if eating healthy is no longer an option. Due to the very low-income budgets, many of the African Americans within these communities are not exposed to healthy food options nor are they able to afford many of the prices.
When money is used for retirement or stocks this puts them at a disadvantage and they suffer from the loss of money. The social economic status not only affect income it affects education, physical and mental health. There exists inequality of distribution of health resource, race and ethnicity will usually determine one’s social economic. Minority racial groups will experience multidimensional poverty than their white counterparts (apa.org, n.d.). When minorities are considered poor their neighborhoods will usually have high rates of the crime.
In most cases, if I were living in poverty, I would not have the capability to afford a car nor a reliable one, thus transportation is crucial. Without the bus or metro, most individuals living in poverty would not be able to get anywhere. Additionally, living in food deserts makes it harder for individuals to get healthy groceries in order to receive the appropriate nutrients to fuel their bodies. Due to food deserts, I decided to put extra money towards my food and transportation expenses in order to
For example, the rich access different and better service from what the poor do, and this is responsible for quite a number of problems in societies. When the poor lack proper education, it results in a large number of them lacking employment and thus they indulge in crime, drug abuse, prostitution, even giving rise to incurable diseases. Poverty makes it hard for members of a society to access proper medical services which makes it tough to control spread of diseases, and ultimately death. According to the symbolic interactionism theory, humans are social animals and require interaction with one another. It studies social interactions between individuals and small groups and how humans interpret these interactions.