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    work together alongside the board of directors to develop strategies that help increase their company’s profit. Metro’s board of directors is comprised of 14 individuals including the CEO and chairman whom are each representing a Metro committee. Unlink many other dominating grocery store, Metro divides themselves into three sub-corporations; Metro Inc, Metro Richelieu Inc, and Metro Ontario Inc. Each sub-corporations have vice-presidents that oversees a specific subsidiary company (i.e. Metro Ontario Inc. overlooks Food Basics while Metro Richelieu Inc. overlooks Super…

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    Well based off my research I found two basic guaranteed income models: The universal basic income referred to as UBI and the negative income tax referred to as NIT. The less expensive of the two models, the NIT has an income cutoff point where if you made less, your taxes are negative. This means instead of paying the government, the government pays you after you file your taxes. This may pose a problem though. Say everything is going fine and dandy, then right after filing your taxes, you lose…

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    In 2016, Charles Murray published an essay in the Wall Street Journal, in which he argues for the implement of a UBI, or universal basic income. Murray explains that implementing a UBI will only work efficiently if all welfare programs are taken away. He argues that doing this, every citizen will be forced to take care of themselves. Murray continues on to examine the effects on the workforce by explaining that “[i]t also could provide an invaluable benefit: injecting new resources and new…

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    Negative Income Tax

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    It is 2032 and a guaranteed universal basic income has been in place for about 5 years now. My dad is a doctor and went through 2 medical residencies to get where he is now. He has been in school for as long as I can remember, working hard, studying so much my family barely saw him, he even had to work two jobs when he was in residency so that our family could live comfortably. 6 years ago, all of my dad’s dedication and hard work paid off. He opened his own practice! Back then, we all thought…

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    Basic Income Guarantee Technology has evolved tremendously over the past 20 years and is expected to keep growing at an unimaginable pace. The growth in technology in 10-20 years will cause changes to how society usually operated (Thibodeau). Economist are calling it the second machine age in America (Pearlstein). We are about to begin the automation of jobs that has held this economy together. Machines are expected to take more than a third of all jobs by 2030 (Thibodeau). The unemployment…

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    “Diving In: An Introduction to Basic Writing” by Mina Shaughnessy In this article, Shaughnessy argues that educators need to start examining their own teaching and learning processes and the complex and contextual needs of their students, instead of focusing on what students can be doing differently. She points out that basic writing students are not behind and need to “catch up” to any particular level, but there must been a more effective means of communication needs to be established between…

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    these life decisions, they confirm with a job because it’s quick and easy to get, it requires minimum training, and it serves as a starting point. As for a career, it may seem as years of unnecessary education, it can be physically demanding, and expensive. Although jobs are the easier choice, working towards a career is more beneficial that settling for a typical job because a career provides a variety of additional benefits that cannot be experienced in a job. A specific benefit that can be…

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    Understanding history brings the perspective of new knowledge and experience to in explaining the old and the improvement in the present. In my view, Venezky aligned with the value of historical knowledge, especially in teaching and learning. This explains his interest in highlighting the history of reading research. His work “The History of Reading Research” gave a comprehensive account of transition period in reading literacy. It traces contemporary issues in reading research from 1870s to…

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    Unfair Income Inequality

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    Introduction For several years now, Americans have been struggling in today’s economy simply due to unfair income distribution. Income inequality is a growing issue today and many economists have noticed that this issue needs to be resolved in order to see steady improvement with the economy. Barack Obama even addressed the issue himself and stated that income inequality is now the main reason why the economy has yet to make a major improvement over the years. Which makes sense in economic…

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    (SNAP, formally known as food stamps) along with bread and eggs, monthly. Seriously, I am a low income college student and I receive only a minimum amount of snap benefits. SNAP requirements should be changed due to irresponsible and lazy people abusing the system. Currently it is difficult for deserving people to receive SNAP benefits due to income and employment status. Being a college student and unemployed I was denied help I truly needed. December 2015 I applied for food stamps when I…

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