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Why is the workers role unique in the game of economics?
The workers role is unique in the game of economics since they are directly involved. They are the ones who will manufacture, market, sell the products in an economy.
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The worker bee has many roles. It can be a nurse bee or a house bee, taking care of jobs in the hive. It also can be a field bee gathering nectar and pollen. It can be an atte…ndant and feed the queen, her job is to lay eggs, the drones job is to mate with the queen, the worker does everything else from carrying out the dead and making wax for the combs.
producers is the awnser
In the game of economics, workers are the players who function as both producers and _consumers_
In the game of economics, workers play a double role, functioning as both consumers and producers Consumers and producers
The following is written by and according to the U.S. Department of Labor and particular to the work of social workers. Social work is a profession for those with a strong de…sire to help improve people's lives. Social workers assist people by helping them cope with issues in their everyday lives, deal with their relationships, and solve personal and family problems. Some social workers help clients who face a disability or a life-threatening disease or a social problem, such as inadequate housing, unemployment, or substance abuse. Social workers also assist families that have serious domestic conflicts, sometimes involving child or spousal abuse. Some social workers conduct research, advocate for improved services, engage in systems design or are involved in planning or policy development. Many social workers specialize in serving a particular population or working in a specific setting. Child, family, and school social workers provide social services and assistance to improve the social and psychological functioning of children and their families and to maximize the well-being of families and the academic functioning of children. They may assist single parents, arrange adoptions, or help find foster homes for neglected, abandoned, or abused children. Some specialize in services for senior citizens. These social workers may run support groups for the children of aging parents; advise elderly people or family members about housing, transportation, long-term care, and other services; and coordinate and monitor these services. Through employee assistance programs, social workers may help people cope with job-related pressures or with personal problems that affect the quality of their work. In schools, social workers often serve as the link between students' families and the school, working with parents, guardians, teachers, and other school officials to ensure students reach their academic and personal potential. In addition, they address problems such as misbehavior, truancy, and teenage pregnancy and advise teachers on how to cope with difficult students. Increasingly, school social workers teach workshops to entire classes. Child, family, and school social workers may also be known as child welfare social workers, family services social workers, child protective services social workers, occupational social workers, or gerontology social workers. They often work for individual and family services agencies, schools, or State or local governments. Medical and public health social workers provide psychosocial support to people, families, or vulnerable populations so they can cope with chronic, acute, or terminal illnesses, such as Alzheimer's disease, cancer, or AIDS. They also advise family caregivers, counsel patients, and help plan for patients' needs after discharge from hospitals. They may arrange for at-home services, such as meals-on-wheels or home care. Some work on interdisciplinary teams that evaluate certain kinds of patients-geriatric or organ transplant patients, for example. Medical and public health social workers may work for hospitals, nursing and personal care facilities, individual and family services agencies, or local governments. Mental health and substance abuse social workers assess and treat individuals with mental illness or substance abuse problems, including abuse of alcohol, tobacco, or other drugs. Such services include individual and group therapy, outreach, crisis intervention, social rehabilitation, and teaching skills needed for everyday living. They also may help plan for supportive services to ease clients' return to the community. Mental health and substance abuse social workers are likely to work in hospitals, substance abuse treatment centers, individual and family services agencies, or local governments. These social workers may be known as clinical social workers. (counselors and psychologists, who may provide similar services, are discussed elsewhere in the Handbook .) Other types of social workers include social work administrators, planners and policymakers, who develop and implement programs to address issues such as child abuse, homelessness, substance abuse, poverty, and violence. These workers research and analyze policies, programs, and regulations. They identify social problems and suggest legislative and other solutions. They may help raise funds or write grants to support these programs. Work environment. Social workers usually spend most of their time in an office or residential facility, but they also may travel locally to visit clients, meet with service providers, or attend meetings. Some may meet with clients in one of several offices within a local area. Social work, while satisfying, can be challenging. Understaffing and large caseloads add to the pressure in some agencies. To tend to patient care or client needs, many hospitals and long-term care facilities employ social workers on teams with a broad mix of occupations, including clinical specialists, registered nurses, and health aides. Full-time social workers usually work a standard 40-hour week, but some occasionally work evenings and weekends to meet with clients, attend community meetings, and handle emergencies. Some work part time, particularly in voluntary nonprofit agencies. For the source and more detailed information concerning your request, click on the related links section (U.S. Department of Labor) indicated directly below this answer section.
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A unique characteristic of taxes on economic rents is that such taxes: B. do not lead to a reallocation of the resource. Henry George's Proposal
Health educator,Health provider,Health primary care.
Without workers the producers wouldn't have anything to provide for the consumers to consume
brgy.social worker must carry the responsibility of advocating change and development to their folks in the barangay using vernacular
Workers produce all of the goods and services that producers provide and customers purchase.
In Social Work
My name's Erin and I'm a social work student at a university in new mexico. These aren't all of them (there's like 20 or so), but here's what I've got: Social workers have …roles: -they are listeners (listen to those we try to help) -they are teachers (teach those we try to help how to help themselves and so on- like this is how to fill out an application or this is what to feed you're kids) -they advocate for their clients/people they're helping -they are facilitators (help get things moving) -they are policy makers (some are in politics and help get laws to help people) -they are community organizers ( plan stuff to help people at a community level with a groups of people like open up another soup kitchen and hire another teacher for the school, stuff like that. Community Organizing started with Saul Alinsky in somewhere around the 50s -counselors Hope that that was helpful. That's all I've got at the moment. If you meant job jobs, then, they work at: shelters, Children Youth and Families, hospitals, mental hospitals, as counselors, on military bases, at schools, pretty much everywhere, but the pay is crappy! Unless you work at a Private organization rather than the state government.