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Monetary Difficulties Part 13 Area 3 Neediness Financial Difficulties Destinations: Characterize who is poor, as per government benchmarks. Depict the reasons for destitution. Investigate the dissemination of pay in the United States. Compress government arrangements planned to battle neediness.
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Monetary Challenges Chapter 13 Section 3 Poverty

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Economic Challenges Objectives: Define who is poor, as indicated by government principles. Depict the reasons for neediness. Break down the dissemination of salary in the United States. Outline government approaches proposed to battle destitution.

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Economic Challenges What pictures ring a bell when you consider destitution?

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Economic Challenges Third World Countries

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Economic Challenges Paris Hilton in Poverty

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Economic Challenges Homelessness

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Economic Challenges Poverty is a Homeless individual Poverty is an ineffectively dressed tyke Poverty is a man living in a summary shack Poverty is not sufficiently having to eat Poverty is not having cash Poverty is the unequal dissemination of pay in the United States

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Economic Challenges The Poor: The US Bureau of Census help decide what number of families and people live in destitution . The administration says that a poor family is one whose aggregate pay is not exactly the sum needed to fulfill the family’s least needs.

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Economic Challenges Poverty Threshold – the wage level underneath which wage is lacking to bolster a family or family.

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Economic Challenges Poverty Threshold or Poverty Line A solitary guardian less than 65 years old with one tyke was $ 11,869 {in 2000}. For a group of four with two youngsters it was $ 17,463 {in 2000}. On the off chance that a family’s all out pay is underneath the destitution limit, everybody in the family is considered poor.

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Economic Challenges The Poverty Rate: It is the rate of individuals who live in families with pay underneath the official destitution limit . Destitution rates vary forcefully by distinctive gatherings.

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Economic Challenges Race & Ethnic Origin Poverty rate is more prominent among Hispanics & African Americans. Kind of Family Families with a single parent have a neediness rate right around six times more noteworthy than that of a two-parent gang.

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Economic Challenges 3. Age The rate of kids living in neediness is altogether larger than that for whatever other age bunch. 4. Residence People who live in the internal city have twofold the destitution rate of the individuals who live outside the inward city. Individuals who live in rustic ranges additionally have a higher neediness rate.

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Economic Challenges Causes of Poverty Economists concur that neediness and absence of salary go as an inseparable unit. Other attributes add to destitution.

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Economic Challenges 1. Absence of Education Median wage of secondary school drop-outs in 2000 was $ 20,724 (this was simply over the neediness line). Secondary school graduates win 1/3 more than a drop out. School graduate gains around 3x as much as a drop out.

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Economic Challenges 2. Area Many individuals in the inward urban communities don\'t claim an auto, yet utilize mass-travel to get around town. They procure less cash than individuals living outside of the inward city zones, People in rustic ranges additionally have comparable issues as those in the internal urban areas.

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Economic Challenges 3. Racial and Gender Discrimination White working men normally win more than ladies and minorities. Financial analysts feel that this sort of segregation is lessening as a quick rate.

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Economic Challenges 4. Monetary Shifts People who need training and abilities are not exceptionally gainful specialists. Consequently, they are frequently the “last procured and first fired” They get contracted when the economy is extending and get laid off when the economy eases off.

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Economic Challenges 5. Shifts in Family Structure The separation rates have risen essentially since the 1960s, as have the quantity of kids destined to unmarried folks. The movement tends to result in more single-guardian families and more kids living in destitution.

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Economic Challenges Income Distribution In 2000, the middle wage in the US was $ 40,816 Income dispersion – how the nation’s all out wage is circulated among its populace .

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Economic Challenges Income Inequality The US has a large number of destitute individuals, yet it has one of the most noteworthy per capita GDP. Nourishment Stamps – are officially sanctioned coupons that beneficiaries trade for sustenance. Salary Distribution Bottom 1/5 = 3.6% Second Fifth = 8.9% Third Fifth = 14.8% Fourth Fifth = 23.0 Highest Fifth = 49.6%

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Economic Challenges Income Gap – The wealthiest fifth of the American populace acquire as much as the other 80% of the populace . What variables add to this: Differences in Skills and Education Inheritances – get huge entireties of cash from relatives.

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Economic Challenges Antipoverty Policies : The government has numerous projects intended to diminish destitution. Spent for the most part as money help, instruction, health advantages, noncash advantages (nourishment stamps and sponsored lodging). A significant number of these projects have drawn feedback from the individuals who say that a significant part of the cash is squandered and that the projects don\'t help individuals.

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Economic Challenges Some Reforms of the System; Enterprise Zones – regions where organizations can find free of certain state, nearby, and government charges . Give occupants of the region a chance at a vocation. Vocation Assistance – occupation preparing projects to assist individuals with getting the preparation they have to improve paying employment.

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Economic Challenges Welfare Reform – Changes to the present projects that attempted to get individuals off the welfare framework as opposed to keeping them on it. Most cash is as piece stipends given to the states to appropriate as they see fit. States need to outline programs that get individuals off welfare and into the work power.

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Economic Challenges Aid to Families with Dependent Children has been supplanted by TANF – Temporary Assistance for Needy Families. This project has a set 5-year limit for individuals to get advantages. After that time period, they are out of the project. A great many people on TANF, shift from welfare to workfare – a system obliging work in return for

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