Many youth are unemployed because they have just come from high school and they do not have enough work experience to get a job. Adults are more likely to be unemployed because of physical and mental health challenges. Adults also tend to be unemployed because of cyclical, structural and frictional unemployment. Unemployment also goes into hand with homelessness and panhandling, because there is not enough jobs people are ending up homeless and looking for other ways to get money. Why are youth more likely to be unemployed than adults, and is unemployment among youth becoming a social problem?
Another illustration for this point, is that Haiti is one of the world's poorest countries according to their education systems. Conversely, there are people in America that do not have the money or are homeless and cannot go to school. If one does not have a home, there main concern is finding somewhere to sleep at night and providing food for themselves and their families. They are often unable to send their kids to school because they are moving around a lot, and do not have a permanent home. They also will most likely not have enough money for clothes or school supplies.
Sadly, discrimination based on race is still very common in America. Lower class citizens commonly experience discrimination based on their age as well. The united states is a country that values people that are youthful, so people living in poverty that are elderly often have difficulties finding an employer that is willing to hire them. The majority of the jobs in America that do not require an education are jobs that require a lot of manual labor, such as factory work. It is extremely unlikely that people of older ages would be able to carry out many of the physical tasks that the jobs require.
Because of money issues people don’t get to pay the fees of the schools. They do have educational centers but still some people of the country do lack education which brings the literacy rate of a country down. These countries are also called Periphery countries. Global Perspective Every country in the world has schools.
Wages are so low that one must work at least two jobs but with housing prices being so high, it makes find a place to live extremely hard. Washington and California have some of the highest minimum wage standards but even that is not a livable wage. We as a society have simplified a solution because many of us do not understand the complex issues that these circumstances
This in turn would leave many students without an education. Instead of vouchers giving everyone a better opportunity, they only give the rich a “discount” and deprive anyone else that cannot afford to pay the remaining tuition, thus, being given the only option to stay in a limited resource, under-staffed public
There is many people that go to college, but because of the cost they don't get through college. The elevated costs of college cause not only students to struggle paying for college, but also to struggle financially paying for college when they are done. In many cases, after graduating, young adults who don’t find a job will become poorer, increasing the gap between the rich and the
Many child labor laws were ignored because their families needed the younger ones to work. Also with the lack of money coming in, schools couldn’t pay the teachers and would either have to shorten the school year or close down. With no school, many boy became reckless and were nicknamed “Wild
Black schools in Sunflower County were known to be severely underfunded, going without busses and necessary school supplies. Majority of the poor African American children did not attend school due to the need to cultivate crops and pick cotton for their family. Furthermore, these less advantaged African citizens made approximately seventy percent of the population, however the poor African American percentage maintained absent of a middle class. Sunflower County was divided between desired citizenship and constant denial for civil rights. J. Todd Moye captures radical racism through the circumstances of political powers such as U.S. senator James O. Eastland, a multimillionaire Citizen Council member, who desired to maintain racial
Income inequality leads to unequal access to opportunity and resources like education. This has left children born to poor families with little hope of achieving their American dream. The gap between wealthy and poor is increasing and slowly middle class is diminishing. With so much ridicule and judgment it is becoming difficult to send their children to school, or even receive high school education. Because, our society believes that people who are not born here are not entitled to
Families moved from town to town in hopes to find a good job, but that was very hard to do because most people could not afford to pay others, forcing some small businesses to close down. When work was found, it would be hard to keep that job for long because they would run out of money and close down, or someone would bargain to work at a lower cost. “The miserable failures of capitalist economies in the Great Depression were the root causes of worldwide social and political disasters.” (James Tobin). As the economy went down, people went to the banks for loans and to withdraw money, but the banks were unable to assist them.
Unlike Tennessee, Mississippi suffered from decreased farm prices throughout the depression. The great depression caused many farms to go into debt, and also a lot of banks lost many people to go hungry, because of their life savings gone to waste. . One reason that the banks went into debt is that they had loss of income. As a result a lot of African American people lost their jobs, because the owners would not be able to pay the employees their money. People who had farms had to do the most work , they had to grow their own food, rather then “ cash crop “ like cotton or tobacco .
The Great Depression cause great impact to the people during the time. It cause people to be homeless, unemployed, starved, sick, and the kids had to stop school to work. Money was a big problem because there was a lot of bills and mouth to feed but there is no money to paid. Day by day all the people tried to lived off what they have but not enough when the economy is at its worst. The people who got effected the worst are the African American, Hispanics, and others poor people.
Without a strong educational background and strong familial support the dream of higher education dies for many people in those areas. When one does not have a higher education degree or certificate it is difficult for one to be competitive for jobs leaving them with labor intensive low paying jobs. Many like to think that America is superior to other countries because we have a fluid class system, but in fact we also have bars that keep people from moving classes especially bars against those in the lower
Like other aspects of life in the United States, the Great Depression had affected the education system in a negative way. Schools (secondary education) across the nation closed, because of a lack of money. To make matters more worse, post-secondary educational attainment was low. Meaning that less people were going to college.