The median household income in 2009 was $59,901. Out of those over 25 years old, 82.8% have at least a high school diploma , 35% have a Bachelor’s degree, and 13.4% have a Graduate degree. Unemployment in 2010 was at 6.1%. The largest employer in San Diego County is the Department of Defense (City data website, 2013). Approximately 13% of San Diego County residents live below the poverty line.
The highest affected are those in unemployment, on low incomes, lone parents, family structure, ethnicity and housing. The essay will try to explain the causes, who it affects and the impact it has on society as a whole. There are 3.5 million children living in poverty in the UK today. That is 27% of children, on average one in four. Child poverty is projected to raise from 2012/13 with an expected 600,000 more children living in poverty by 2015/16.
It is estimated that over three million students drop outs in the U.S. and a large portion of these are African-American. Education still remains as the major tool for empowerment and the economic, social and personal well-being of citizens in any society. Because so many have indeed dropped out it will have deep and wide-range economic consequences over the long-term outlook. This research takes a look into the graduation statistics of low-income students, with a null hypothesis of: As family income correlates directly to high school dropout rates in students. It has been concluded that there are millions of children leaving in poverty.
Economic losses from disasters have grown exponentially, nearly tripling between1980-89 and 1990-99. This is far greater rate than the growth in the number of disasters. Insured losses have increased less dramatically than total economic losses. It is far too simple to say that developing countries suffer the greatest number of deaths and developed countries the greatest economic impact of disasters. The economic losses appear greater in richer countries because of the value of their economies and the cost of making good the damage.
Hispanics are the nation’s largest minority group and they are 15% of Americas’ population. Hispanic adults with a GED have a higher unemployment rate than the Hispanics with a high school diploma. Although the Hispanic with a GED and a High school diploma make about the same amount yearly which is between $32,000 to $34,000.a Just how costly is a school dropout, well Americans that do not graduate pay a heavy price? The links between leaving school before graduating and being on low income have striking outcomes. There is a correlation between these
The increasing unemployment rate do affect youth, especially young women. Unemployment, as defined by the International Labour Organization, occurs when people are without jobs and they have actively looked for work within the past four weeks. The unemployment rate is a measure of the prevalence of unemployment and it is calculated as a percentage by dividing the number of unemployed individuals by all individuals currently in the force. In this essay I will focus on how unemployment rate affect youth, which is according to pacific youth bureau is any young person between the ages of 15-24 years of age. However my primary focus is how unemployment affects especially woman.
More residents now fall into the 25-44 age bracket; the median age is 33.9 years (STATS Indiana, 2011). Population under the age of 18 years is 25.2% and above 65 years is 10.9% (U.S. Census, 2013). Indianapolis is nearly divided in half for female (51.7%) and male (48.3%) in its population (STATS, 2012). As of 2011, the per capita personal income for Marion County was $38,309, which is about $2,500 more than the state average, ranking the county 12th in the state. When looking at the median household income of $39,957 for the year of 2011, the ranking drops to 78th out of 92 counties (STATS, 2012).
Where 15 percent of fathers are unemployed or have blue collar jobs, such as platform, storeroom, and stockroom workers. Most of the women do not work as well only less than 30 percent have jobs. Typical jobs like; maids, assembly lines and waitresses. Children that fall into this class tend to have a lot of difficulties and have a harder time embracing their education. The next social class Anyon list is the middle class.
Crime in the United States increased by 15 percent last year, and property crime was up by 12 percent according to a recently released government survey (Durden, 2013). According to a national survey conducted by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), (2012), shows that between 2008 and 2011, the use of illicit drug use among Americans has increased from 8% to 9.1%. There are many reasons why an individual would commit such a crime; however, two issues of the underlying causes being addressed are homelessness and drug use and they relate to the crime rate in the United States. Although the examination into homelessness has been slowed down by practical and ethical concerns, an increase in research has provided a substantial amount of awareness into the needs of homeless persons (Vitelli, 2005). Homelessness results from a multifaceted set of circumstances that require people to choose between food, shelter, medication, and other basic necessities (Gelberg, Linn, & Leake, 1988).
Customer Analysis The total industrial consumption of cyano-acrylates which the new Bond-A-Matic 2000 would dispense was 265,000 pounds in FY 1978, expected to grow to about 335,000 pounds in FY 1979. Across 16 SIC categories, approximately 174,909 firms currently used cyano-acrylates (at a 15.5% market penetration.) 11% of CA users, i.e. approximately 19,240 firms used over 10 pounds of CAs per year, comprising at-least 75% of total current market. Assuming that growth in the CA segment stagnates, and that only heavy CA applicators would be interested in dispensing equipment the total market is still estimated at 19,240 users.