• Causes and Effects of Unemployment
    Causes and Effects of Unemployment Unemployment defined by the Encyclopedia Britannica is the condition of one who is capable of working, actively seeking work, but is unable to find any work. In addition, to define a person as unemployed, the person must be an active member of the labor force in...
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  • Causes and Effects of Unemployment
    11/18/2011 Suleyman Causes and Effects of Unemployment Unemployment rate is the litmus paper of a country’s economy, security and its overall production force. The more unemployment rate increases the more consumption rate decreases. Since many people are unemployed, their spending power str...
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  • International Migration in South Africa
    Introduction This essay report is going to discuss migration and different types of migration, it is also going to confer why people move using a theory of Push and Pull factors. Migration is a broad topic therefore this discussion is going to narrow the topic down using a concept of International...
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  • Income Distribution, Persistent Unemployment, and the Classical Growth Cycle: Evidence from South Africa
    INCOME DISTRIBUTION, PERSISTENT UNEMPLOYMENT, AND THE CLASSICAL GROWTH CYCLE: EVIDENCE FROM SOUTH AFRICA Christopher Malikane. The Journal of Developing Areas. Nashville: Fall 2010. Vol. 44, Iss. 1; pg. 187, 13 pgs ABSTRACT I formulate and calibrate a small 3D classical growth cycle model to ex...
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  • Unemployment in South Africa
    The unemployment rate is the number of people actively looking for employment divided by the labour force. The labour includes adults over the age of 16 who are employed or actively looking for work. The unemployment rate fluctuates because the previously unemployed people start looking for work, pe...
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  • How Does the Incresing Unemployment Rate Affect the Youth of South Africa?
    How is the increasing rate of unemployment affecting the youth of South Africa? 1. Introduction A major problem in South Africa is the large number of young persons who are unemployed. In South Africa 50% of the South Africans who don’t have jobs, are youngsters. Today, a matriculation quali...
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  • The Reasons for Unemployment in South Africa and Globally
    Trade Unions: A small increase in wages for unskilled labourers/workers may result in a bigger decrease in the demand for unskilled labour. Labour Laws: Current labour laws are very rigid, thus preventing employment especially in small enterprises. Eg: Domestic Workers Law: R1250 per month p...
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  • Managing Diversity in South Africa
    1. Introduction In the workplace, diversity in terms of ethnicity, locality, education and skills, age, and gender exist. Managers or employers therefore require innovative ideas to successfully manage employees in the workplace. Diversity management is a relatively new field in the South African b...
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  • What Are the Causes and Effects of Poverty in the United States?
    What are the Causes and Effects of poverty in the United States? Jose Flores Blackstone Academy Charter School Are all Americans grateful for the things they have? What if Americans do not to have the proper basic needs? Many Americans do face this situation and it is called poverty....
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  • A Study of the Factors That Will Increase the Number of Chinese Tourist Visits to South Africa, with a Particular Reference to the Chinese Tourism Industry in Shanghai.
    A STUDY OF THE FACTORS THAT WILL INCREASE THE NUMBER OF CHINESE TOURIST VISITS TO SOUTH AFRICA, WITH A PARTICULAR REFERENCE TO THE CHINESE TOURISM INDUSTRY IN SHANGHAI. Grace H Gao A dissertation submitted in fulfilment of the requirements of the Master degree of Technology of Tourism and Hosp...
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  • Causes and Effects of Watershed Degradation
    USING SUITABLE EXAMPLES FROM KENYA, EXAMINE THE CAUSES AND EFFECTS OF WATERSHED DEGRADATION AND SUGGEST POSSIBLE INTERVENTION MEASURES TABLE OF CONTENTS CAUSES, EFFECTS AND SOLUTIONS TO WATERSHED DEGRADATION PREAMBLE Page 4 1. INTRODUCTION Page 4 - 6 2. Causes of Watershe...
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  • The Extent of Inequality in South Africa Is Immoral
    “The extent of inequality in contemporary South Africa is immoral.” Inequality can be simply be defined as the condition of being unequal. In contemporary South Africa today there is no doubt that, the population is faced with a high level of inequality. Throughout the world, particularly So...
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  • Advantages and Disadvantages of Globalization on South Africa
    Globalization is the "shrinking" of the world and the increased consciousness of the world as a whole. It is a term used to describe the changes in societies and the world economy that is a result of dramatically increased cross-border trade, investment, and cultural exchange. Globalization has been...
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  • South Africa
    Abstract South Africa is situated at the southern-most tip of the African continent. It has a long history with indigenous inhabitants, and in 1652 was colonized by the Dutch. European powers controlled the country for several centuries, until 1994 Nelson Mandela was elected president and ushere...
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  • Causes and Effects of World Hunger
    Causes and Effects of World Hunger There are many causes and effects for World Hunger. One cause of world hunger is the political condition. Another cause for world hunger is the economic conditions. World hunger is also cause by the environmental conditions. Whenever, there is a war the food...
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  • Analysing the Correlation Between Educator-Turnover and the Promotion of Efficient Management in Public Schools in Soweto, South Africa
    The correlation between educator-turnover and the promotion of efficient management in public schools in Soweto, South Africa Dr Louise van Scheers School of Business Management, University of South Africa, Po Box 329, Unisa 0003 E-mail: dr.louisevsc@gmail.com Key words Promotion of effic...
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  • The Causes and Effects of Violence - Essay
    The Causes and Effects of Violence Did you know that almost 6 million Jews were estimated killed in the Holocaust? The Holocaust was when men, children, and women alike were massacred just because of their religion, which was Judaism. This is not the first human tragedy that the world has endure...
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  • World War I Causes and Effects
    Carmela Fanelli HIS 031 World War I Causes and Effects World War I had been in the making for awhile before it was actually started. Rivalries and competition between countries in Europe intensified during industrialization. This spark...
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  • Housing Issue in South Africa
    SOUTH AFRICAN HOUSING LITERATURE, 1999-2003 Prepared as a briefing document for delegates to the 2003 Housing Summit Compiled by Dr Marie Huchzermeyer Postgraduate Housing Programme, Wits University Commissioned by the Department of Housing, Pretoria Funded by the Housing Finance Resource Pro...
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  • Nature and Incidence Ofjuvenile Delinquency in South Africa\
    Nature n incidence of jvnl deliquency in SA Ever since apartheid, south africas crime rate has been more to the escalation side than the decreasing side and this also includes cases of juvenile deliquency although to a lesser extent. Juvenile deliquency refers to antisocial or illegal behavior...
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