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Poverty has always been a social problem for the United States since the beginning Though poverty today seems to be more prevalent Due to the low demand of employers for quality jobs and teen pregnancy being much more common The word poverty has been given a negative stereotype However there are many reasons as to why people are in poverty Reasons such as how you fit on the poverty level How theres not enough jobs out for individuals to work how the government has limited help agencies to help individuals who are in need Also how the government favors the rich to keep the poor in poverty However saying all that I dont feel like poverty is going to change in the future I also feel like there should be more help solving the problem of poverty Education can play a role of reducing poverty I know that school is not for everyone but I feel like teachers are supposed to be a good role model to kids in school Education is a stepping stone to getting a good career so you wouldnt have to worry about being in poverty Teachers are supposed to convince you to continue your educations so you can get a good job However now days the education system holds you back They pass your on to the next level just to get you out there school Also we have teachers today who are not really there for the kids just there to get the money and leave Instead of actually trying to help better the kids they want to hold them down We need a strong education system If they education system was right than individuals could have made it to college and have a good job paying good money So you can avoid being poor or in poverty Society itself is an institutional barrier that can help reduce poverty Society judges people and put label on
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