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    choosing to eliminate one of three vital welfare programs due to their being no option for reconstruction of any one of these programs. Options at hand for removal include Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF), Supplemental Security Income (SSI), and Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP). Although all of these are vital, however I am recommending the elimination of the TANF due to circumstances that cause it to be essentially less crucial than the other two programs. Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) is a program that supplies grant funds to states to provide families with financial assistance and other related services such as job preparation and work assistance. However, each state determines the benefits it will provide to the individuals therefore varying benefit amounts across participants. In addition, payments are made on a temporary basis and individuals are unable to collect benefits for more than 5 years. Moreover, TANF requires that qualified people participate in a job related activity or accept a job if offered one as well. Penalizations to the state may occur if…

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    You do not need US citizenship to qualify for Social Security Disability Insurance (“SSDI”) nor do you need to be a permanent US resident. However, you must have legal status to work in The United States. In addition, you need to have a social security number assigned to you to work legally in the United States and earn the necessary work credits to qualify for benefits. Also, residents who are not US citizens and are from Cuba, North Korea, and Vietnam are unlikely to receive SSDI benefits.…

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    Furthermore, as we collectively evaluated the agency’s services through a social workers lens, we promptly learned how imperative it is to have a safety net for all individuals with disabilities, specifically, the aging population. Parallel to this, through literature review and one in person-interview, we have acquired valuable knowledge about what it means to be disabled and disadvantaged concurrently; for instance, being diagnosed with a mental health diagnosis, being physically impaired, and…

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    The topic that I have chosen to explore is the controversy over paying college athletes. Personally, it was an idea that had not crossed my mind often, but after giving it more thought, there is some sense to the proposition. It’s an issue that has been debated for years, and as times change and the world progresses, more opportunities are presenting themselves to help back up each side of the controversy. I’m interested in exploring this controversy, because it is not a topic that I’m exactly…

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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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    raised as to what cost to the surrounding businesses and local economy. Casinos are much more than gambling. They provide other amenities such as dining, lodging, shopping, and concert entertainment. Generally, the winnings that one would receive would be spent at the casino and not out in the economy. Local businesses begin to lose profit because these services are available and more convenient when they are in the same location. “Connecticut casinos are self-contained little cities,…

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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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    Case Study: Gallup-Purdue

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    accountability prior to their adulthood. Thus, the third category incorporates self-discipline and personal ownership. Understanding and applying these three categories can help students manage college expenses, form campus relationships, and balance various responsibilities. Generating income, budgeting, spending, and saving are components of the first category--financial skills. In order to generate an income, a college student needs a job. College students should have formal,…

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    4. Conduct a quantitative analysis of comparative market data. To do this you will need to access data such as sales data or information about existing or potential customers such as demographic information or geographic information. Using this information, use at least two of the following statistical techniques for a comparative market analysis: • cross-tabulations for grouped or ungrouped data • mean • median • mode • Z, T and chi square tests. Write up the results of your quantitative…

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