• Unemployment
    The Causes and Effects of Unemployment in the Community of Majesty Gardens Candidate’s Name: Sudeen McLennon Center: Merl...
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  • Buju Banton song untold story
    inflation, poverty, scarcity of opportunities for citizens to better themselves, class warfare, crime, unemployment, economic deprivation etc… In “Untold Stories,” Buju Banton detailed the daily struggles of the “low budget people” of in kingston, Jamaica. Weather the situation was crime, education...
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  • Unemployment
    Jamaica is capable and willing to work, but has not yet found a job. But what are the causative factors behind unemployment in Harbour Veiw? Firstly, the number of persons... * The Causes Of Unemployment who benefited by cheap labor, but the losers are the U.S. middle class. In addition to...
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  • Why Has Taiwan Been More Successful Using Export Orientated Policies Then Jamaica
    , 1984: 76). In this essay I will explain the differences in unemployment and poverty between the two export oriented countries and conclude with what I believe to be the most relevant explanation. Both Jamaica and Taiwan followed import substitution polices in the past. Taiwan however suffered from...
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  • Jamaica
    Claire Llareus 12/13/10 Luc Kocher Macroeconomics Keith Martine Jamaica -Country Report: Jamaica, an island nation situated in the Caribbean Sea, is home to about 2.8 billion people (2010 est.). Of these people, 1.3 million are considered members of the labor force (2009...
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  • Research
    below the poverty line. Persons are unable to provide the basic necessities and they cannot for their family in the right way. As a result of the high unemployment rate in Jamaica the research seeks to educate the public about the causes, effects and the patterns of unemployment in the...
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  • Mr Sociology
    Statement of the Problem According to research, unemployment is one of the main problems in Jamaica. This study intends to discover the effects of unemployment on family lives in Brown’s Town, and the factors contributing to the increase in the number of unemployed persons. The study also seeks...
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  • Jamaica
    Jamaica, The Struggling Pirate Macroeconomic problem: As a relatively small economy and heavily dependent on the service sector, Jamaica’s economy is facing many growth challenges. These problems include: slow or negative GDP growth rate, high unemployment rate and...
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  • Primary Factors Contributing to Crime and Voilence in Jamamica
    primary contributing factors for crime and violence in Jamaica is a challenge to identify as crime and violence can thrive in so many environments. However the proximate or primary factors can be classified as; corruption, demographics, unemployment, destabilized family, weak justice system, an...
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  • Crime and Violence
    extensively from this report which in my opinion provides a clear road map of the causes and solutions. 1. Jamaica is faced with a deep crisis of public safety and an equally deep crisis of public confidence in the willingness and capability of the criminal justice administration to effectively respond...
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  • inflation and economic growth
    ) however, this may cause serious problems to arise. These problems are put forwards in the following limitations. Firstly, GDP tends to misrepresent or exaggerate social welfare in periods of natural disasters. During hurricane Gilbert in 1988 for example, Jamaica was massively destroyed by heavy...
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  • Violence in Jamaica
    of Jamaica (STATIN). The number of unemployed persons in October 2011 was 159,700, an increase of 10,700 (7.2%) over the 149,000 in October 2010. In July 2011 unemployment was 151,900, an increase, over this quarter, of 7,800 persons (5.1%). The unemployment rate of 12.8 per cent in October 2011...
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  • Effects of Urbanization in Jamaica
    EFFECTS OF URBANIZATION IN JAMAICA Urbanization refers to the shift of population from rural areas to cities or towns according to the Encarta Encyclopaedia. In Jamaica today, urbanization is a constant process for persons to move from one area to the next without hesitation compared to the...
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  • Jamaica Market Analysis
    % of the country’s GDP. The bauxite and alumina segments suffered due to the global recession, however, tourism increased in the region. Jamaica has further growth potential but obstacles such as high unemployment rates, corruption, violent crimes, and a high debt ratio are threats to such growth...
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  • Monetary Economics
    , countries must exercise fiscal discipline. Like Bullock, peg does not guarantee fiscal prudence or else Guyana and Jamaica would never have abandoned their earlier system. It cannot be emphasized enough that Jamaica’s problems of low growth, high unemployment and inflation rate is a result of weak...
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  • Globalisation on Jamaica
    1. Causes of globalization affecting Jamaica: * For Jamaica, the main reason for globalization was darker. The energy Crisis of the early 1970s forced the Jamaican Government to take out loans from the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank to cover the rising expenses of fuel based...
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  • Rape
    insecure in her demeanour and the way she dresses. He can misread dress codes to mean 'I am easy and am available'." The psychologist posits a relationship between economic disempowerment and the fragile male ego. YOUTH UNEMPLOYMENT RATE Figures show that the youth unemployment rate in Jamaica...
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  • Business Research in Jamaica
    problems that may cause failure even in a profitable business. However armed with an important resource as information the manager will be able to seek financing and keep the business profitable. Business Research in Jamaica Business research is not a prominent feature in the Jamaican...
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  • The Riots and the Republic: Race and Class
    ), investigates the underlying factors that lead to the riots in France and in Jamaica. Both articles discuss how the riots began and how they are similar. The Jamaicans and the French citizens both have poor living conditions, poverty and the unemployment rate is high among youths, women...
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  • POVERTY IN JAMAICA
    . With boldness, Jamaica promulgates policy statements that poverty will be eradicated. With this continuing dance around the crisis of poverty, the distinction between cause and consequence has become increasingly blurred, with the result that poverty reduction policies have little chance of...
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