How do you obtain economic status?
we may calculate the economic status of a family through the income of that family or nation state then through putting it i
on the HDI scale of that country.
on the HDI scale of that country.
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Answer . \nUnless the unlawfully present person qualifies under asylee or refugee status he or she cannot apply for legal status within the US.\n. \nThe person must voluntarily leave the US or be deported.\n. \nA foreign national who has resided unlawfully within the US for at least 12 months …is subject to deportation and barred from applying for reentry for 3 years.\n. \nA foreign national who has resided unlawfully within the US for more than 12 months is subject to deportation and barred from applying for reentry for 10 years. ( Full Answer )
Actually, . The U.S. Government will tell you that we are doing fine for money -but in reality we spend so much on other countries that we are about 11 trillion dollars in debt to no one except U.S. tax- paying citizens.
The status in the early 1940s were horrible because America was just coming out of the great Depression, but as World War II went along the economy grew better and better, so, by the time WWII was over, America's economy was pretty much all good.
Answer . \nThe U.S. economy as of 2007 is, overall, surprisingly healthy considering that GDP is at a high and healthy level, unemployment is at a perfectly healthy level, non-farm productivity has doubled in the last measured level compared to what it was expected to be, LEI has stayed the same …and may actually point to slow economic growth which shows the stability of the economy in the near future, the trade deficit and trade balance has greatly improved and has dropped to a level that is lower than it is been in quite some time which is fantastic, and Inflation being the only unhealthy indicator is only a bit unhealthy and was expected to have risen from its previously healthy level to its unhealthy current level because with the rise in GDP combined with lowered interest rates brings much more money into peoples hands and in the system causing there to be increased prices to compete with the enlarged money supply thus leading to the increased and current unhealthy level of inflation. Yet, the rise of inflation to an unhealthy level is not too bad both when compared to past levels of inflation which were much higher and the fact that the trade off is that the other economic indicators are doing great especially GDP. Furthermore, it is good considering that because it can be contributed to the loss of the value of the dollar, we have had a resulting decrease in the trade deficit due to other nations buying more of our products at a cost that is much cheaper because their currency is worth much more compared top us and thus increasing our exports and creating more of a balance between exports and imports and decreasing the deficit to a much lower level than previous years. ( Full Answer )
In terms of Gross Domestic Product (GDP), the United States is ranked first out of all the world's countries.
It was secretly getting worse, And when they went to war, it got worse. Also, got wood?
Well I think that the Northern Areas are the best part of Pakistan and I think that they deserve a lot of status. I am from Skardu:)
Well India is experiencing a huge economic boom this year due to it's technology especially in the It sector. There is still a very wide difference between the rich and the poor but the economy has definitely risen and it is expected that we will see great things from India. Humera KAleem SAudi Ara…bia PAkistani Yes, India is going through a new era of economy. I'm very sure that this era is called the "Agricultural Era." The rise in demand for their food from the public has caused their economy to suddenly rise. HOWEVER, the country is now [in 2008, for future reference] beginning to fall. India is now feeling the same thing all other countries around the world are. The rupee is also falling. It's value as declined much, just like all other falling countries. India is getting so much harder than the other parts of the world, because they went from a period of prosperity, straight into a period of recession. No warning, or fore-seeing of this was seen. ( Full Answer )
Haiti is generally rated the poorest country in the Americas. If itenjoyed greater political stability it might be able to developtourism as a major source of income. it's status is growing todeveloping country.
Rwanda is considered to be a LDC, a Least Developed Country, as it is a very poor country
The economy of Ethiopia is agriculture based and accounts for about47 percent of the gross domestic product and offers employment toabout 85 percent of the population. At the moment the economy ofEthiopia is fast growing.
My understanding is that the drivers of sex addiction are like for any other addiction: life stress levels, familial taboos about sex, isolation from potential supporters, underdeveloped effective coping skills, and perhaps sexual abuse. None of these are confined by socio economic status.. We are …much more alike than we like to think. ( Full Answer )
Tourism in Bohol . The Central Visayas Regional Economic Situationer for the second quarter of 2008 says that Bohol's tourism industry has contributed to the regional economy. Bohol posted a double-digit increase in tourist arrivals during the period April to June 2008, compared to the the same peri…od in 2007. Tourism was what kept the retail trade industry of Central Visayas afloat, the report says. Construction in Bohol . The rosy picture of Central Visayas' real estate industry may last for some more years. Despite the challenges confronting the country's economy, a number of foreign investors continued to show interest in the region's tourism sector. Some Japanese companies have already expressed their intention to open new hotels in the region. A Korean company is also planning to put up retirement facilities in Cebu and Bohol. Agricultural production in Bohol . Palay production in the second quarter of 2008 more than doubled to 25,816 metric tons from 12,573 metric tons in the same period last year. Corn production also increased by 30.1 percent. Cassava production in Central Visayas posted an 11.6 percent increase as a result of good tuber development and the expansion of plantation areas in Bohol. Cassava plantations in Ubay and Trinidad, Bohol have expanded along with the increase in the number of BMEG contract growers in these areas. [BMEG is a producer of livestock and poultry feeds.] Analysts believe that the level of vegetable production in Central Visayas could have been higher than the reported 25,598 metric tons in the second quarter of 2008, if not for the shifting of crops by some vegetable growers in Bohol and Dalaguete (Cebu). Reports have it that many of the vegetable farmers in these areas have shifted to planting other crop commodities like Japanese sweet corn and cutflower due to the high cost of inputs for vegetable farming. Aquaculture production in Central Visayas was low during the second quarter of 2008. Bohol, which is the biggest producer of aquaculture products in the region, failed to at least match its 2007 production of 29.8 thousand metric tons ( Full Answer )
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Economic status is the status in which you or your family is in, for example, wealthy or poor.
Published on Tuesday, May 19, 2009 by The Guardian/UK Sri Lanka's Untold Story The Tamil cause still lives - growing global awareness will ensure Sri Lanka is held accountable for the slaughter of civilians . by Suren Surendiran . Sri Lankan military killed thousands of Tamil civilians over the …past few months (not to mention the years before) using the full might of its fire power by way of artillery and air strikes. It has, with intent, starved its own people by refusing to send food and medicine in sufficient quantities and in adequate frequencies. . Crucially, this genocide by the Sri Lankan state has been enabled by the international community, including Britain. . What is deeply disappointing is the fact that powerful liberal states which have long espoused human rights, the Geneva conventions and, most recently, the responsibility to protect, have all allowed thousands of innocent lives to be lost unnecessarily and with full knowledge. . The slaughter went on every day, with many women and children being killed not just by the shelling but due to starvation and lack of medical care. Yet the international response, especially those of the UN and western liberal states, has been pathetic. Mere statements after statements were released by heads of states like Gordon Brown and Barack Obama and institutions such as the UN, EU and various non-governmental organisations such as Amnesty, HRW and Crisis Group. No one showed real leadership in stopping this genocide which took place in broad daylight. . Even now thousands of displaced young Tamils are being abducted and disappeared, the wounded and injured are not given medical care and families are separated and abused in overcrowded barbed-wire-fenced camps. Thousands are still lining up at check points which have no independent observers present. International media has no way of reporting without government interference. . Sri Lanka is conducting this war beyond its means. Its economy is in a mess due to mismanagement, as stated by the World Bank. Sri Lanka's Central Bank is seeking an emergency loan from the IMF due to its fast depleting reserves. Yet, year on year defence budget has been consistently rising by huge percentages. Regional powers and others have assisted financially and otherwise to continue with this government's war with its own people. Unemployed youth from Sri Lanka's rural south who could be put to more constructive development use were being used for destruction and killing. . Pretending to promote human rights and high moral values, western governments are turning a blind eye to the state terrorism in Sri Lanka, but also incentivising such horrendous violations by granting large sums in loans and grants. Hypocrisy of the international community is obvious as they argue any sanctions against such financial assistance will hurt the wider economy of Sri Lanka. The same wasn't true it seems for the poor Zimbabweans or the Palestinians of Gaza City. . In 1977, after three decades of discrimination and state-backed mob violence, the entire Tamil political leadership united behind a demand for an independent state comprising the Tamil homeland as the only way to escape oppression and discrimination in Sri Lanka. This fight for freedom followed another three decades through armed struggle. Today, Sri Lanka believes that it has crushed it, forgetting the 1.5 million Tamil diaspora from Sri Lankan decent living around the world, and the strength of over 60 million Tamils living just next door in Tamil Nadu of India. . Since independence, over 61 years, successive governments of Sri Lanka have demonstrated to the Tamil people that they have no genuine intentions of resolving this fundamental problem through a just and reasonable political power-sharing agreement. Institutions and the world powers, including regional players, have pretended to believe successive governments and their supposed sincerity. . However the liberation struggle has taken a turn beyond anyone's wildest imaginations in the recent months. People locally and internationally have decided to take the struggle forward, with or without the support of international governments and institutions. An initially non-violent struggle turned to an armed struggle, and has now taken a further shift - with the active involvement of people around the world. The lack of political will and the military aggression by the government of Sri Lanka has converted the unconvertible - particularly the second generation Tamils overseas - towards the separatist movement. World media has woken up to report the untold story of more than half a century. These developments cannot be quashed by the military might of Sri Lanka or the very people and governments around the world who have been assisting such brutal suppression. . A day will come that will see a new and free nation being born in the Indian Ocean, just as Bangladesh was created and others around the world such as Kosovo, East Timor and Eretria. Â© 2009 Guardian News and Media Limited Suren Surendiran is the spokesman for the British Tamils Forum . E-mail . Print . Share Close . Twitter . StumbleUpon . Facebook . Delicious . Digg . Newsvine . Google . Yahoo . Technorati . Discuss Posted in civilians dead, Human Rights, sri lanka. 10 Comments so far Show All. Comment viewing options Flat list - collapsed Flat list - expanded Threaded list - collapsed Threaded list - expanded Date - newest first Date - oldest first 10 comments per page 30 comments per page 50 comments per page 70 comments per page 90 comments per page 150 comments per page 200 comments per page 250 comments per page 300 comments per page Nimal May 20th, 2009 3:28 am . Shokku Masta . In any case, don't hold your breath while a new Nation is formed on the territory of Sri Lanka. It may happen but not without a lot of blue faces. . Login or register to post comments . report this comment Nimal May 20th, 2009 3:25 am . Shokku Masta . The story of the plight of the Tamils in Sri Lanka caught in a war is a sad one. To make out that an army killed civilians is also to ignore the reality of a war, civilians were killed in large numbers by both protagonists. It is futile to argue who was right in killing which group of civilians. The LTTE used terror,and that is a fact, the cause does not wash it clean nor absolve it, neither does pointing out that the Sri Lanka army caused civilian deaths. It is not simply the story of a majority inflicting death and destruction on this population but also the choices made by leaders and spokespersons of the Tamils both in Sri Lanka and abroad that resulted in methods and practices that cannot be condoned by anyone who is committed to the well being of people. A large and traumatized population of Tamils need a helping hand to build their lives and take decisions about it. Those who supported the machinery that used this population as instruments of war, children as soldiers, women as bombs should reflect quietly on what they unleashed. We are all caught in international posturing by agencies and countries all seeking to do good, to build their institutions, puffed in their self importance. Perhaps it is necessary to reflect on the fact that despite the war where poor families have sent their children to fight, in the same villages that encountered terror, collections are being made quietly and shipped to where Tamils need food clothing and would welcome human comfort. Many Tamils, the author included tend to imply that any method is appropriate to reach an end that is deemed good. This may be a misreading but that notion is conveyed. There is a term for that approach and rule.. and what was practiced under the LTTE was that form of rule. From the comfort of the west with the hard won freedoms gained by war and destruction, we should be modest about which we comment on. In the end. things that we cannot agree on and what we wish not to see even when in front of our noses gets sorted out in the field of battle, this is what we humans have found out (apologies to Orwell)The call for international intervention, international agencies is an interesting issue. Obviously some help is necessary but it would be wrong to imply that there is something afoot where a majority will oppress and harm a minority unless an international group acts to manage the process of development. The experience of the efforts of the "international community" on this type of work is mixed at best. . Login or register to post comments . report this comment jimmyjazz May 20th, 2009 1:43 pm . "The story of the plight of the Tamils in Sri Lanka caught in a war is a sad one." . Yes. But somehow you seem to extrapolate from this that there wasn't one side which was right and one which was wrong in this fight--at least, that's how your post sounds to me. There *was* a right side and a wrong side, and it is not decided by what tactics were used by each one, but by what started the conflict. No government has the right to deny national self-determination to a people who want it, nor to deny equal civil rights to groups that want to remain part of the country but merely receive equal treatment. . The historical amnesia of some peace-loving people is astounding to me. I love peace too, but that doesn't mean I forget the origins of a conflict, and who was in the wrong. It's as though the Sri Lankan government was able, merely by dragging out this conflict into three bloody decades instead of ceding a simple demand for national liberation, to make everyone forget that they started it. In the 1950's-1970's anyone in the world would have sided with the Tamils in their struggle for civil rights and, later, national self-determination. But after a few decades of ugly fighting no one seems to see with much clarity the origins of the conflict--origins which are a matter of history and have not changed. . Login or register to post comments . report this comment logansafi May 20th, 2009 1:23 am . Who let this fascist minded guy onto the site? . Labelling those who are leaders of oppressed national groups as mere terrorists and then saying that all terrorists should be exterminated and that's that has almost a Hitleresque quality to it, Liberdade. . Login or register to post comments . report this comment rfloh May 20th, 2009 3:02 am . The LTTE are ONE group. One group that had no hesitation assassinating other Tamils. . Login or register to post comments . report this comment Liberdade May 19th, 2009 11:49 pm . Dead terrorists, and the LTTE were nothing but terrorist scum, are always a good thing. . Login or register to post comments . report this comment jimmyjazz May 20th, 2009 1:46 am . You must love dead U.S. pilots, soldiers and CIA agents. . And Sri Lankan artillerymen: . http://abcnews.go.com/International/wireStory?id=7549214 . I, on the other hand, take a more nuanced view of the world and don't consider the death of anyone "a good thing". . I think you're a troll, though, so I won't respond more. . Login or register to post comments . report this comment jimmyjazz May 19th, 2009 8:43 pm . The Tamil Tigers are a good reply to any idiot who knowingly or unknowingly supports the U.S. war on "terror" by claiming that Islam is inherently worse or more violent as a religion* than any other religion. The Tamil Tigers invented the suicide explosives belt, yet the Tamil people are Hindu and Christian (mostly Hindu), and the Tigers themselves have actually been accused of anti-Muslim atrocities. . That said, of course I am not implying that Hindus or the Tamils are violent; I entirely sympathize with the Tamil people and believe a wide range of options for resistance should be open to them in the face of systematic disenfranchisement and brutal repression. I'm apt to quote one of many quotes that we all know, all in a similar vein, such as JFK's well-known maxim that, "those who make peaceful revolution impossible make violent revolution inevitable." Blame ultimately must always lie with the oppressors, and any attempt to morally equivocate between oppressors and oppressed is repugnant and absurd. . If you followed this final defeat of the LTTE in the mainstream press, you probably noticed the Sri Lankan politicians' constant framing of the massacre as one of a battle against "terrorism". Yet more evidence of the damaging legacy left by Bush's mindless idiocy, and the handy cover it provides--and will continue to provide for years to come--for state terrorism and state-perpetrated atrocities. The guise of "anti-terrorism" serves the same function as the older "anti-communism", giving a virtual carte blanche to any government in any part of the world that utters it in connection with their actions. Quite sad. . Funny how Western governments have historically been so concerned about the welfare and human rights of citizens in Russia, China, Cuba, North Korea, Vietnam, Yugoslavia, etc., but not so much about the citizens of Rwanda, Sudan, South Africa , Guatemala, Chile, Indonesia, Sri Lanka and other places. I wonder if anyone can spot a pattern. . as distinguished from Islamic ideas being used to provide support for a fight with overwhelmingly political ends . Login or register to post comments . report this comment maxpayne May 19th, 2009 3:25 pm . Don't count on the west to show their sympathy for Tamilians in general. If they had to pick between Al Quaida and Tamil Brahmins, both the right and left would pick the former any day. . Login or register to post comments . report this comment rfloh May 20th, 2009 3:00 am . rolls eyes*. . One, they are Tamils, not "Tamilians". . Two, Tamils are not necessarily Hindus, especially not Brahmins. . 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As of 2013, the economic status of Brazil was a stunted economy.The economy had been affected by a number of factors includingprotests in the streets and others things.
The Statue of Liberty has significant impacts on the economy of NewYork. Visitors must pay for the ferry to Ellis Island, as well as aseparate fee for climbing to the crown.
WikiAnswers will not write your paragraphs for you, but we WILL help you learn how to do it yourself! Click on the Related Questions for even more information. . Write sentences the way you speak - just pretend you are telling this to a friend, and write down what you would say. What would you tell… them about this topic? How would you explain the economic status to your friend? . If you just start writing, you will be through with your assignment before you know it! ( Full Answer )
A blacksmith could have been a serf who had a specialized skill. Or a blacksmith could be an independent craftsman, and so of the middle class.
The economic status of Sri Lanka has just been dropped to a double AA rating,as recently as 6 days ago.
Become a man of the cloth, or a college professor. Those two professions are fairly traditional.
No, not at all. In fact, many are denied tax exempt status.. (And even if tax exempt...that pertains to only certain activities...with some minor exclusions -normal "business" done by a church (or any exempt) is taxable pretty much like a normal business.
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it always depends on the family members how they live . millions of people are poor that dosent mean they dont marry. all is based on the mentality ... money plays only little influence
First off socio-economic status? man? woman? influence there is none when it comes down to economic status,,,either your a rich individual or a poor individual...I see no in between we were all created equal.....diabolical18....LIVE every breath as though its your last for there is and isn't a gaura…ntee that there will be another one or another day..... GOD BLESS ( Full Answer )
The economic status of 1961 was a recession. This was because of the Subprime Mortgage Crisis going on at that time. Do not take my complete word for it because that is what a website said. I just had a school project, was bored, and decided to type what this website told me.
socio economic status refers to the social and economic status of a person or group. eg. social: man/woman, age, location economic: job type, income, etc.
The Second World War economically devastated the United Kingdom. The huge expenditures involved in prosecuting the war meant that by the conclusion of the war Britain was financially bankrupt. Britain's economic collapse after the war was a leading reason for the grant of independence, and increased… autonomy, for many of the United Kingdom's colonies and territories. India's independence is evidence of this. The primary reason that the United Kingdom was able to recover economically was due to the Marshall Plan. The Marshall Plan was started by Secretary of State John Marshall, and included massive loans, food assistance, and overall economic aid to most of Western Europe; including Germany, Italy, France, and in this case Britain. Without the assistance of the Marshall Plan, Britain and the rest of Western Europe would have arguably taken decades longer to rebuild. This is what is meant when people say that the United States rebuilt Europe after the War. We quite literally did. ( Full Answer )
Immediately prior to WW1 Britain is inits pomp. By the advent of WW2 Britain is still a very big Nation indeed, although seen to be in decline. The aid which the Empire & Commonwealth that Britain enjoys are crucial to its success at this time
Britain and the entire UK had not recovered from the Great Depression. So when they had to go to war against Germany it became an even greater strain on the people. After the war was over they had to pay the US back for loans and they remained on rations for 10 long years. It took them that long to …recover economically. ( Full Answer )
\nyes. the baby is then a US citizen and can bring family into the country.
The Middle East has a number of different economic levels depending on country. Some of the countries, like those in the Gulf region use their oil-wealth to build modern infrastructure and have a high level of inequality between the rich emirs and the average population. You have places like Oman wh…ere most economic transactions happen locally and are based on the same types of artisanal trade that has occurred for centuries. You have nations like Jordan which have opened up to Western investment and seen a blossoming of their internal economic structure without oil-wealth. You have nations like Syria which are poor overall and lack much financial distinction between the upper-class and lower-class. Finally, you have states like Israel and Turkey with completely westernized economies that deal heavily in international trade and goods/services production. ( Full Answer )
well when it comes to infrastructures, i do believe that there was an improvement.. bridges, roads, etc.. but i dont think it affects or improve our economic status..
is the student doing a part time work? what is the monthly/annual expenditure of the student? does he/she have a savings account /etc
He was a government worker, a civil servant. Specifically, he was a Customs Official, collecting import duties at the border. This was a secure job but not very well paid. His economic status would have been lower middle class-middle class. He was also apparently a domineering drunkard.
The real economic status of Iran is close to collapse. the factories and companies are collapsing in a domino effect because of sanctions, corruptions, and flight of capital and advanced labour force from the country. The only income is the decreasing oil exports of iran, and that is a matte of time… before the oilexports stops because of lack of spare parts in that industry. The purchasing power of the people is very low. You could in economic terms put it this way: the country is having high inflation in goodsprices, but everything else is like under a deflation. ( Full Answer )
Rizal's Family belonged in a affluent family. Jose Rizal's blood is a mixture of negrito, indonesian, chinese, japanese, and SPANISH genes.
Studies have shown that there is a inverse correlation between educational level and unemployment rate. For example, in 1992 (yes, that was a long time ago) the rate of unemployment for high schools drop out were at least 12% while the same rate for Masters and Dotoral degree earners were only 2%. … In addition, as the educational level you get improves, employers are more willing to pay a higher price (wage) to buy your skills and thus, improving your economic status. ( Full Answer )
They effect the price of many goods. Say there is a tsunami in a country or area that pproduces many goods. Take Japan, the price of electronics has gone up. So yea tsunamis effect the econmic tatus of countries.
First step is to become legal, which means returning to their home country and applying for a visa.
It got steadily worse, as the Union's naval blockade took effect. This meant that the South could not export its plentiful cotton in exchange for the war supplies it needed. And the South had almost no industry - the legacy of years of 'King Cotton', with the big famers discouraging their sons fro…m soiling their hands in industry or commerce. In the last year, Grant ordered Sheridan to devastate the rich farmlands of the Shenandoah Valley, and Sherman wrecked the railroads of Georgia, bringing ruin to the Confederate economy. Finally, the Confederate dollar became almost worthless. ( Full Answer )
The majority of people in Essex County were of the same class, so gossip spread easily and gossip about the "witches" brought hysteria with it.
Selecting a college is a very important choice. Major in economics and follow the criteria, ultimately obtaining your bachelor's degree. You may decide to start working or to further study for your master's degree.
Economic status affect education as a reult of feeding before education matter, if u consider in this current generation first law is feeding, nd u know dat economic is feeding.
My country is the United States. The gross domestic product of the US is the largest of any country, but our GDP growth rate is considered slow at 1.7%. Also, the US's external debt is about 103% that of its GDP, but this is expected to drastically change by the beginning of 2013, when the US will m…ost likely hit the fiscal cliff. ( Full Answer )
The brahmins in Tamil Nadu are financially solvent and have enoughresources to make both ends to meet. Apart from priestship, theyhave switched over to various other professions.
The poor white trash were not much better off, and felt that the blacks were competing for their jobs and keeping down the wages.
Mainly the severe terms extracted by the allies from a beatenGermany at the end of the First World War. Also, Jews Gypsies,indeed, any one that he considered non-Aryan.
Mexico is an "emerging market", "developing country" or "newly industrialized country". As such, many regions within the country have a quality of life equivalent to those of Western Europe, whereas there are other regions with education, life expectancy and economic advancement equivalent to Sub-Sa…haran Africa. The EM status helps Mexico, because among developing countries, it is considered relatively stable on economic and political terms and has the conditions to be considered as having "investment grade". However, EM status also hurts Mexico because on international forums, it is still not considered as part of the industrialized world. As such, it still has to abide to terms and conditions imposed by bigger economies, such as the United States. ( Full Answer )