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    With the 2016 Presidential elections coming up right around the corner, the date of November 8th continues to flush dread into the hearts of the voters. Considering the almost equally divided voter pool and two equally disliked candidates, the nation is contemplating some of the biggest issues of present day society as a means of distinguishing between the two opposing arguments. Nevertheless, there is one issue that Secretary Hillary Clinton and Mr. Donald J. Trump agree on: income inequality is a titanic issue in the United States of America. Despite agreeing on the problem, Clinton and Trump provide several different solutions that are as opposite as white and black. In a state of indecision, we must look towards eastern philosophy in order…

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    cafeteria staff consequently, contributes to even greater harassment by other. A child is less likely engaged in classroom activities if their focus is on whether they can or cannot eat lunch and breakfast. Any child attending early childhood education should receive free school meal which in turn will alleviate classroom and distractions and the stigma of social hierarchy among students. A major part of the problem is the requirements placed on families to qualify for free meals. The income…

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    Our loving family of five is looking for a house that we can afford, and with Ms. Pescitelli’s lovely worksheet, we can figure out what we can afford and when we can afford it. 1) First, we found out what our family’s gross annual income was. Presuming the working members of our family are young and inexperienced, we assume that our income would be about 80% of the Median Family Income (MFI) of all families in the Denver county. The 2016 MFI of Denver is estimated to be $80,100, 80% of which…

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    significantly differ. However, in terms of annual gross…

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    Capita, when adjusted by Purchasing Power Parity is equivalent to 30% of the world 's average. GDP per capita PPP in Vietnam averaged 3146.78 USD from 1990 until 2014, reaching a highest of 5370.14 USD in 2014 and lowest of 1501.14 USD in 1990. Vietnam’s GDP PPP was ranked 126TH by International Monetary Fund and World Bank in 2014 based on estimates of projected data and actual data. The chart above also shows a slow and gradual upswing in the Per capital…

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    Minorities with low incomes are more likely to commit crime relative to those with higher incomes. The independent variable is low income. The dependent variable is crimes. The units of analysis are minorities. Minorities in low income conditions fall into the life of crime. For many different reasons, which may leave them with no other option than to commit a crime. They may feel the need to commit a crime to survive or to act in a way of bitterness toward others, who may have more…

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    Introduction Job training is fundamental to helping public assistance recipients and minimally skilled workers achieve lasting economic stability. With the majority of welfare recipients either unemployed or minimally employed, and recent “welfare-leavers” in low-wage positions with no benefits or skills, the notion of self-sufficiency is unreal. To that end, one strategy to address this facet of the poverty issue is the adoption of workforce development initiatives. Factual Background The…

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    Summary of Indonesia’s PSCs Generation Source: Lubiantara (2012) Figure 2.4 provides the flow diagram of Indonesia’s PSC calculation. It can be seen that cost recovery, FTP, profit oil, DMO, investment credit and income tax, which will be explained later in more detail, are specific terms used in Indonesia’s PSC. Figure 2.4 shows that FTP is received from 20% of gross revenue, which then divided between government and contractor. Next, cost recovery component is calculated to reimburse…

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    Modern Art Business Model

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    The first suggestion would be to develop partnerships with local businesses who generate income based on ideas. They could provide creative inspiration services to employee or teams that work for these business. This could include activities at the business or onsite at the museum. Further they could develop art activities that help develop team cooperation and provide team building opportunities. The second way the museum could generate income is by hosting events and parties at the museum.…

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    Despite the minor changes, the American Dream has always sought out to be about social mobility, equality, and equal opportunity. However, it was never attainable for everyone. Individuals that were not White, male, heterosexual, landowners, slave owners, educated, wealthy, well-connected faced intentional, institutionalized and marginalizing hardships. Such discrimination prevented them achieving the so-called American dream which contradicted the founding principles which America and the…

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