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  • Welfare Programs

    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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  • Social Work Scenarios

    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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  • Salaam Wanita Case Study

    can become empowered individuals who are able to leverage on their skills and from there, remain employed. This is done through the skills and knowledge they receive regarding basket weaving, as well as in terms of keeping up with advances in ICT and in leveraging ICT. On top of that, these women are paid above the minimum wage, which can provide them with more income to elevate themselves out of poverty. Next, the social impact can be measured through the use of the Social Return on Investment…

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  • Unfair Pay Research Paper

    often a big subject because some people argue that it is simply a myth. How can something be a myth when the statistics are available for any interested individual to see? There are several groups of wage gaps, but the gaudiest subject is wage differences between genders. If the problem is premeditated, it can be noted that men are paid more in careers with women working alongside them. A study on the mentioned subject identifies the unfairness of the gross income between genders. “In 2010 women…

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  • Gender Inequity In Sports Essay

    $525,093, the maximum salary is $16.407 million, and the team salary cap is an all-time high of $70 million (“Pay Inequality in Athletics”). A a a a a a With females playing the exact same sport as men, just in different leagues, shows how gender inequity takes place. With the salary gap in almost every sport being widely different among both genders, women tend to not receive adequate support from television networks, sports executives, promoters, and people within their own communities…

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  • The House On Mango Street Rising Analysis

    death and money but they develop differently thematically in each text. In “Bridge To Terabithia” unlike “Esperanza Rising”, the money issue stays the same rather than change, while in Esperanza rising, the money issue goes from “Riches to Rags”. Both texts have the topic of death but it is not the central topic in “Esperanza Rising” and due to it, the topic of death develops extremely different compared to “Bridge to Terabithia.” The text “Bridge To Terabithia” is about the friendship that…

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  • Go To A Short Story Marita's Bargain

    Marita was a young girl who went through a program called KIPP that made her successful in life. Even though she was a low income student, she took a path where it lead her to her road of success. She would compare her school with other schools such as the high income ones and that have students that have a higher education. When she compares her school to the other schools, she talks about how they are a lot more successful such as finishing their school with good grades and having a good a…

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  • Executive Summary: Target Case Analysis

    Target has had a 3.1% increase in sales, 3.4% increase in Earning Before Interest and Tax, 5.9% in Net Earnings, and 9.7% in Diluted Earnings Per Share. Target has had more growth in 2015 as it is leading on having success on its turnaround from the 2013 hacking scandal. The 2013 hacking scandal was when Target security was breached and that it went through hard times to build back its trust with its customers. This let the industry as a whole to change throughout. The retail industry is…

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  • Should College Athletes Be Paid Essay

    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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  • Is The American Dream Over Analysis

    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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