Social Studies Sba

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1. Gender
Male Female

2. To what age group do you belong?
18 – 25 years
26 – 35 years
35 – 45 years
46 years and over

3. How long have you been residing in the Central Village community?
Under 1 Year
1 – 5 years 6 – 10 years
Over 10 years
4. How long have you been unemployed?
0 – 12 months
1 – 5 years
6 – 10 years
Over 10 years

5. To which family type do you belong?
Single parent
Nuclear family
Extended family
Live alone

6. How many dependants do u have?
0
1 – 2
3 – 4
5 and over

7. What level of qualification do you have?
High school diploma
Vocational training
Degree
None of the above

8. What has caused you to be unemployed?
No job provision
No qualifications
Illiterate
Don’t want to work

9. What happens if you or a dependant gets ill?
Public hospital
Family member’s assistance
Help from friends
None of the above

10. How does being unemployed affects you?
Inability to meet basic needs
Low – self esteem
Having mental issues
No effects

11. What measures can be implemented by the residents to reduce the levels of unemployment in your community?
Become self employed
Inform the government that jobs are to be provided
Attend an institution where the non – qualified can get the required qualifications
Nothing can be done

12. If the government should assist you financially, how would you utilize it?
Start a business (buy and sell)
Aid with basic needs
Invest some
Gamble

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