What makes the numbers so disheartening is that those are an average which means many are still farther from the median. Furthermore, we must not forget those who are unable to find gainful employment. Getting a job without educational credentials not only pays less but is more difficult to locate. “While the national unemployment rate stood at 8.1 percent in 2012, joblessness among those without a high school degree measured 12 percent. Among college graduates, it was 4.1 percent” (Employment Situation Summary).
There are several reasons as to why unemployment persist and is increasing in Papua New Guinea. One of them is lack of education and lack of skills to secure a job. With a literacy rate of PNG at 53.7 percent almost half the population is illiterate. Some form of education is required to get a job and if you don’t meet the criteria you end up being unemployed or earn a minimum salary job such as security guards or gardeners’. With 41-60 percent of Papua New Guineans making less than two dollars a day , and with the school fees increasing every year most parents cannot afford school fees and other necessities for education.
Nearly 31 percent of foreign-born residents over the age of 25 are without a high school diploma, compared to just 10 percent of native-born citizens (Report by Greenhaven Press). This is considered an understatement because with the struggling economy in the United States and unemployment rates at a high, a bachelors or masters degree is a Patel 2 must for most high paying jobs.And in May 2010, the unemployment rate for high school dropouts reached 15 percent, compared to just 4.7 percent among those with at least a bachelor’s degree (Report by GP). This causes many immigrants to work minimum wage jobs which is not enough to support a family according to Forbes. But many journalists and students believe that the sole reason why immigrants come to America is to work for... ... middle of paper ... ...tion-helps-american-workers-wages-and-job-opportunities/>. Raphael, Steven.
The high poverty, educational environment the students are in leads to less high school graduation and college attendance, thus in turn will lead to a large population that will burden the United States economy later on in areas such as healthcare and welfare. On average, minorities attend schools that have less-experienced, lower-paid teachers who are less likely to be certified, poor graduation records, and high poverty rates. Many studies suggest that racial diversity is the key to... ... middle of paper ... ...cuses on the whole student body, not just one particular group, however both still lack the concrete evidence on how socioeconomically integrated schools benefit more over racially diverse educational institutions. Socioeconomically integrated schools are not a novel idea nor are they impossible to achieve. The first socioeconomic integrated school was in La Crosse, Wisconsin in the 1980s.
The college, its tuition costing a lot of money, do not promise of higher income after students graduated. According to the College Board, the average cost of tuition and fees for the 2014–2015 school year was $31,231dollars at private colleges, $9,139 dollars for state residents at public colleges. (“College Board”) Also, the international students and the out-states students cost more expensive than these price. In addition, the government have been raised the college tuition, so many students struggle to complete their college education. A lot of students may drop out the school because many of them have substantial debt.
In total, an estimated 290 million youths are not active in the labor market. This equates to roughly one quarter of the world’s young adult population and almost eclipses the entire population of the U.S. Many reasons contribute to the high unemployment amongst young workers in the labor market. For starters, some young workers simply choose not to work. Any number of personal reasons or preferences could cause this, including a family support system that supports a young worker enough to ke...
There are nearly 2 million college graduates that do not have jobs right now. So not only do they have massive amounts of Debt but they don’t have any way of making the money to pay it off. However student debt would not be as much of a problem if it weren't for the cost of tuition going through the roof. College tuition prices have been getting outrageous lately. Many student are reconsidering what they want to do because of it.
Sprechen Sie Deutsch? The price of higher education has always been a hefty one, to further one’s knowledge in any way has always come with a cost. Though very few improvements are so vital, so expensive as a college education. In June of 2015, the total amount of outstanding student loan debt was estimated at 1.3 trillion dollars. (Kantrowitz, 2015) As high as college tuition is in the U.S. many people don’t attend college, if they do, by the time they finished they are crippled in tuition fees.
Bernie uses ethos in his speeches by describing his walk with MLK and being arrested for protesting segregation, showing people that he hasn’t changed his viewpoints on equal rights. On the other hand, Donald Trump uses ethos by showing how he made an empire with his own money and he won’t be using other people’s money for his campaign. Bernie Sanders uses logos to show reason why we should tax the rich in order to gain more money to help with universal health care and free college, stating in his campaign ad “American Horizon”. Donald Trump uses logos by stating reasons why illegal immigrants are a problem in our economy and advising a plan to build a wall to keep them from coming to America, as Dana Summers political cartoon describes. However, that’s how far they are similar.
Many people all around the world can not afford college. Even though scholar ships are offered it is still difficult for some people to pay their way into college. It is also more difficult to get a scholar ship if a person’s grades are not good. To get a good scholar ship a person needs to make A’s and B’s but no lower. In the article “College Costs More Than You Think” it says, “Freshman say they will finish in four years, but most will be paying tuition for five or six years” (Marcus).