Week 6 Assignment 3.1
August 16, 2014
Unemployment is a major issue in today’s society. Do you know what causes unemployment? Do you know who it affects? I do, let me tell you. Unemployment effects everyone, whether it be directly or indirectly. Even if you are employed, the unemployment of people in your community can hit home. As a public relations specialist I work with people on a daily basis to try to get them the assistance they need so that they can get better jobs. There are several causes of unemployment such as recessions, disability, attitude towards employers, willingness to work, employee values, and discriminating factors in the place of work such as age, class, ethnicity, and race. All of these factors and more play a role in the unemployment in today’s society. When you see the downward spiral of joblessness if you are a business owner hire someone to help, if you have connections to great companies let someone know so that we can help decrease the unemployment rate. I hope to supply you with the causes and effects unemployment has on individuals and their families.
Discriminating factors in the work place causes unemployment are very much present; it may come in many different ways. They may terminate you from your job because of your age, a lot of employers think that because you have gotten older you may not be able to perform your job as good as you did back when you where younger so they hire a younger individual to keep the work environment young and hip. Another discriminating factor is your ethnicity. If an individual is of a certain ethnicity such as Muslim, Jew, and or Christian and the employer doesn’t that that ethnicity or they don’t approve, those are grounds of termination for several individuals. Then we have race as a discriminating factor, so many people discriminate because the color of your skin whether it be Caucasian, African American, Hispanic, or Asian it...
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(“What are the effects of Unemployment,” 2013) Retrieved from http://government-programs.laws.com/unemployment/effects-of-unemployment
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