Many Americans are worried today about the coronavirus. In fact, it has affected thousands of Americans either health wise or financially! Trump set a new date for ending the "social-distancing" restrictions by April 12th, Easter Day. He was also able to bill out the stimulus deal on sending out the coronavirus test kits to many hospitals in the United States, and giving away about $1,200 to people being unemployed during this epidemic. This was able to come through by the nations coming together and agreeing what is best for our people.
I want to reach out to teenagers, specifically new believers, to understand the decision you make should follow Jesus and the basics of your new faith. It's easy to stray away from God, which can lead you into the wrong direction. That is why going into the right direction is always more hard and challenging because you have to deserve your spot. Don't take these lessons as a chore though, it's more of a life guidance, such as how to be successful.
Ethics is definitely a must have for everyone's life. As I think about morality in my everyday life, I also question how I can apply ethics into my career dream; becoming a Child's Psychologist. There are many things when it comes down to what is right and wrong, therefore, we depend on our own beliefs and ethics to decide on what is the right thing for us or others to do. It can be about something as small or big, like what your morning routine consist of, or how to deal with problems at work.
The U.S. is finding a way to reintegrate Hmong refugees back to Laos. There is no explanations as to why, but just on how they are going to make it happen: by using the U.S. tax money. There are so many conflicted emotions going on between several different groups of people, but of course, especially the Hmong community. There's many unfair actions and judgements that all we can do is fight back and stand up for ourselves.
Education is one of the biggest things that matters to us, to the whole world. It's a place where we can learn and experience new things. It helps us achieve the goals we want. It gives us opportunities to grow and reach our career dreams. It helps shape us into the person we want to be, and that is why we depend on education so much. There are many reasonings to why we want to go into school, but there are also many reasons on why some people can't get the education they would like to have. That is why I will be sharing about why education is unequal and how it affects others, but also about how we can demolish the inequality in education.
"Analysis by the National Bureau of Economic Research found that women earn less as their childrearing responsibilities escalate," writes Joanne Cleaver. "While women earn less from the start, the gap becomes a chasm for women in their 30s. By about age 37, women with college degrees start to earn less than men without college degrees."
After exploring the issue, Clever concludes that "Flexible work must not come at the price of equitable pay. Employers need to analyze pay equity not just by gender and tenure, but also by work arrangement."
"Critiques of the modern economy have some validity," writes Noah Smith. "But in the rush to bash capitalism — or to capitalize on the sudden unpopularity of the term — the critics haven't done a good job of defining what capitalism means. Does it mean private property? Private ownership of industry? Market economies? Public asset markets and joint-stock ownership? Often, the term capitalism seems like simply a stand-in for whatever market-like features of modern economies someone doesn't like." Before dismantling capitalism, he argues, it would be best to define it and address areas in need of adjustment.