Human Resource And Market Analysis Essay

799 Words Jul 20th, 2016 4 Pages
Section Five

Global/ National Trends: According to, 1teen pregnancy is a critical public health issue that affects the health, education, social and economic future of mother and child; social issues include welfare dependency, out-of-wedlock births and workforce development. Data shows that 1Virginia (Southwest) (44.7) region had the highest teen pregnancy rates, while the Northern (18.0) region had the lowest. Overall, 1there were 7,335 reported teen pregnancies in Virginia in 2013 or an average of 27.8 per 1,000 females aged 15-19. The rate of pregnancies has declined in Virginia but data does display that there is still an epidemic of teen pregnancies across Virginia. 2Adolescents ages 15-24 account for nearly half of the 20 million new cases of STD’s each year. 2Four in 10 sexually active teen girls have had an STD that can cause infertility and even death. Teen pregnancies and Sexually transmitted diseases are two epidemics that we want to minimize in female adolescents ages 15-18.
Macro-Environment: Although there are minimizing numbers in both pregnancy and STD rates in teen female adolescents, there still remain families that still struggle with these problems in their household, not able to cope with it. Regarding the World Health Organization (2005)3approximately 210 million pregnancies occur each year worldwide of which 87 million are unplanned and 41 million continue to birth. 3Children are exposed to greater risk…

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