Those homeless shelters who are supposed to protect the homeless are unnecessary and costly. PBS SoCal states that a homeless shelter costs “on average, $1800 a month for a one-bedroom apartment.” (PBS SoCal Newshour) Most homeless people do not even have $1800 to begin with, making homeless housing projects a waste of money. Because the homeless could not afford the housing projects or the shelters, they often resort to cheaper options like temporary hotel or motel stays. Motel stays however, still affects the economy because according to the book Invisible Nation by Richard Schwind, “The motel stays are costing the state about $58 million annually.” (Schwind 85) So either way, homelessness still affects the economy in a negative way because the homeless cannot afford to live in shelters and homeless housing projects so they stay in motels. This makes the housing projects and shelters a waste of money and it also drains money from
Most students don’t go to college because they don’t do well in high school, so they think college will even harder. College isn’t for everyone. A lot of high school students drop out, so what makes people think that they’ll go through college? From DoSomething.org, I found that 1.2 million high school students drop out just in the U.S. alone. That’s a student every 26 seconds or 7,000 a day.
As a middle school student, taxes paid by people in Pasco County impact our everyday life. Now, parents always try to make it seem like taxes are a bad thing, always emphasizing paying it every month and panicking when they get to high. But taxes are a good thing, for just a small amount of money, they help to build and improve roads, fund our education, and provide public safety. First of all, taxes help to build and maintain roads. Right now, I live right outside a neighborhood, and they are expanding the road and putting in a sidewalk leading right to the Wesley Chapel School Complex and the nearby park.
Love (2015), suggested that unemployment is a regular reason for homelessness, the best barrier to prevent homelessness is acquiring a job that covers the cost for housing. When a person is unemployed there is no inflow of income to finance the expenses of living and providing for the basic needs of a person. Unable to pay the necessary cost of living in a permanent house may lead to the loss of a place to live. However, while employment is the best way to escape homelessness employers are often cautious of hiring persons without an address. Homeless people are less likely to get a job.
To scale this number, the wage earned by dropouts is $10386 less than the ordinary high school graduate and $36,424 less than an individual holding a bachelor’s degree. Data from the bureau in 2016 shows that immigrants lacking a high school diploma have lead to a sizable increase in the low skilled workforce by approximately 25 percent. Consistent with the relationship between workers and wages, earnings of this group have decreased by $800 to $1,500 every year. Regardless of the industry or degree, the redistribution of wealth occurs between native born workers competing with immigrants to those using immigrants in their business for low wages. On a year to year basis, the effect of immigration on the economy is negative.
More specifically, I believe that gun violence will always be an issue whether they are banned or not. If someone plans on hurting someone, they will not care about rules. For example, Guns are very easy for people to buy, but how is the seller going to know what they plan to do with it. It is not like they are going to say that they are going to kill someone with it. Therefore, I conclude that banning guns is not worth it because people who want to use them for negative reasons will even if they are banned.
I know a few of them and honestly there’s and honestly there’s no point in being in something that’ll get you killed in the end. I know what you’re thinking, if someone wants to get themselves killed I should let them… No, if teenagers are that stupid to get killed over a bandanna they look at it in more detail. It’s only a rag, nothing more. A kid raised his flag trying to fit in with the other people in the crowd, but when shots rang out and that kid was supposed to help but ran in fear instead.
Since Macbeth does not put his people in front of him, he would let the fire kill him but even if there was rain to come afterwards, it wouldn 't be enough to change him or his mind. For my second response to how I think Macbeth has to worry is someone who mother died while giving birth could hurt him. This could be a secret that nobody knew accepted for the
5. Unemployment This leads me to my next point – the high unemployment rate among Roma. With 40% of Romani children never attending or not finishing elementary school and 50% having acquired only primary education , the chances of finding a good, stable job are very slim. They mostly find work in the agriculture, manufacturing, construction or the informal sector. In 2011 only 19.35% from all the Roma were employed, compared to nearly 80% in the 80s .
Distracted walking should be illegal because it leads to many deaths, economic have to pay for the accidents, and with the distracting walking being a law can change some people’s behavior. First off, people have died because they put their phone before their life.
In the book, Wiesel states " Do not kill yourself. There is no hurry. But watch out. Do not let a top SS catch you. "(50) The people were afraid of the top officers would catch them killing themselves or else they might "finish you off".
Given that textbooks are roughly $150 each, that puts students at spending nearly $1,200 annually (according to a Chicago Tribune report). Because of this high cost, there are many students that decide not to purchase textbooks, despite being aware of the “textbooks are mandatory” notices. Our generation of young adults is taught that education is the most important task we could ever achieve in our life. Without education, how will we find a job? How will we make a living?
For one, immigrants do not take jobs from natives, in fact, immigrants create more jobs than they take. “The Partnership for a New American Economy estimates that immigrants are nearly 50 percent more likely to start a business than native-born workers (http://www.washingtontimes.com).” More than 40 percent of United States Fortune 500 companies are founded by or children of immigrants (http://www.washingtontimes.com). Businesses make jobs while also creating a source in which money can be generated into the economy and