Since the arrival of colonial countries of the old world, Native Americans have been stripped of their land and have had many other hardships to follow with that. Simple things such as citizenship of the United States were not granted to natives until 1924, almost 150 years after the Declaration of Independence was signed. What most modern day Americans don’t realize is that many of these hardships are far from over for most American Indians. One of the key factors to major difficulties found in these cultures is their poor economic structures. Many of their isolated reservations make it hard for them to get around and sustain their communities through farming and hunting, and even when American Indians have jobs they still make an annual wage less than that of the average American.
Mountains cover about three-fourths of the country. Austria is also known for its many valleys, lakes, and forests (Beller). The climate is temperate, with moderate summers and cold winters. Both seasons receive regular rain, except for frequent snow in the Alps during winter. The majority of the population lives in the Northeast flatland due to the poor soil and steepness of the mountain region.
The northernmost Polar Urals extend some 240 miles from Mount Konstantinov Kamen in the north-east to the Khulga River the southeast; most mountains rise to 3300-3600 feet above sea level, although the highest peak, Mount Payer reaches 4829 ft. The next stretch, the Nether-Polar Urals, extends for more than 140 miles south to the Shchugor River. This section contains the highest peaks of the entire range, including Mount Narodnaya which reaches 6217 ft. and Mount Karpinsk Which is 6161 ft. These first two sections are typically Alpine and are Strewn with Glaciers and are heavily marked with permafrost. Farther south come the Northern Urals, which stretch for more than 340 miles to the Usa River in the south; most mountains top 3300 feet, and the highest peak, Mount Telpos-Iz, rises 5305 ft.
They also fear a native miners’ strike because that would collapse their whole economy. Rather than reforming, the whites let greed devour them and they continue to exert their power over the natives by ignoring their reasonable pleas. Although Ndotsheni is completely segregated and one could live there his/her whole life without interacting with someone of another race, there is also fear. There is fear for the land that is dying and the children that are dying. They fear for the people who left the village for the black hole of Johannesburg.
A five percent increase from 1999 to 2000 is the highest level of yearly increase since 1984. The recent upward trend (until the last two quarters) in economic growth has been accompanied by increases in the rates of growth of consumption spending, investment spending and exports. Productivity increases; decreases in unemployment, expansion in the labor force, and increases in the amount of capital have allowed real GDP to grow at faster rates. Yet during this same time period, consumers have reduced their savings. Conclusion After reviewing the unemployment, inflation and the GDP history of the last decade it is obvious why the United States economy has been ranked number one in the world.
In Pakistan the rate of population is really high and there is poor education due to which people don’t get the job. If we have jobs than we don’t have a good education and sometime due to high rate of population people don’t get jobs as there is less job opportunities in Pakistan. Due to injustice many talented students don’t get jobs and are forced to move abroad. • Child Labour: The children of Pakistan are forced to do work as there is poverty in the country. Their families cannot afford the education and even they cannot fulfil the basic needs of their family due to which they send their children to work.
In 1950 there were only 131 million people of age 65 and older; in 1995 their number had almost tripled and was estimated at 371 million. Between now and 2025 the number will more than double again; and by 2050 we will probably have more than 1.4 billion elderly The percentage of elderly increased from 5.2 in 1950 to 6.2 in 1995. By 2050 one out of ten people worldwide will be 65 years of age or more. While currently population aging is most serious in Europe and Japan, China will experience a dramatic increase in the proportion of elder people by the middle of the next century. This is largely due to the country's success in family planning, which rapidly reduced the relative size of birth cohorts since the 1970s.The future number of people on the globe, evidently, is an important antropogenic factor of global change.
The children are recruited because they usually don’t know their human rights, do the hardest, most dangerous work without even knowing it; they also accept low pay. Due to the fact that their parents are unemployed and are unlikely to get a well paying job, children rely on themselves to be able to pay for their education, and their future. Most people accept it because they are too lazy to do anything about it, so they just accept it. Lots of governments don’t provide free education. Also, most employers deman... ... middle of paper ... ...ply and demand for resources.
Overall, great societies fall because of internal problems such as, unemployment which leaves people begging for money, political corruption that has government officials constantly fighting, and fast expansion making it very difficult for soldiers to be at all of the borders protecting the whole empire. One of the main reasons great societies fall is because of unemployment. Wealthier people owned farms and had slaves work, making their goods cheaper. However, farmers who had freed men that they had to pay could not sell their goods for very cheap, because they needed the money to pay the workers with. Eventually, the farmers couldn’t keep up with the cheap goods and eventually lost their farms leaving them unemployed and the freed men working for them.
Though the rates of schooling have been on a decline for many years, Appalachia is making a comeback and slowly beginning to resemble the rest of the nation. A report by Allan J. DeYoung, Thomas C. Shaw, and Eric W. Rademacher shows, “The most recent decennial censuses provide both positive and negative news for Appalachian communities. After lagging behind the nation in 1980, residents of Appalachia now closely resemble the nation as a whole in terms of the percentage of the population graduating from high school. Appalachian communities also experience a consistent increase in the percentage of the population attaining a college degree or better - from slightly over 11 percent in 1980 to approximately 18 percent in 2000. On the negative side, however, residents living in Appalachian communities continue to lag behind the nation in the percentage of the population possessing a college degree.” (DeYoung, Rademacher, & Shaw, 328) The report shows Appalachia and how the averages of educational attainment have risen.