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Rural poor who could benefit from job retraining in the East North Central States

Marvin E. Konyha

Rural poor who could benefit from job retraining in the East North Central States

by Marvin E. Konyha

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Published by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Economic Research Service in Washington] .
Written in English

  • Middle West.
    • Subjects:
    • Occupational retraining -- Middle West.,
    • Rural poor -- Middle West.

    • Edition Notes

      Statement[by Marvin E. Konyha.
      SeriesAgricultural economic report, no. 204
      ContributionsUnited States. Dept. of Agriculture. Economic Research Service., Michigan State University.
      LC ClassificationsHD1751 .A91854 no. 204, HD5715.3.M55 .A91854 no. 204
      The Physical Object
      Paginationvi, 35 p.
      Number of Pages35
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4067213M
      LC Control Number79612032

      Middle Atlantic, East North Central, West North Central, South Atlantic, East South Central, West South Central, Mountain, and Pacific. Change in Employment. Change in employment is calculated as the average. employment rate from ACS 5-year estimates subtracted from the average employment rate from ACS 5-year estimates.   However, the contributions of rural communities go far beyond the farm. The rural economy has diversified substantially since the midth Century. Jobs in the agricultural sector are on the decline while jobs in manufacturing, retail sales and educational services are on the rise.

      the aged. The percentage of the rural poor who were 65 years or older () was over 50 percent higher than that of the inner-city poor (). And poor Hispanics were much more numerous in the inner cities ( percent of the inner- city poor) than they were in rural areas ( percent). The percentage of the rural poor who lived in female-headed. FACT SHEET. Employment disparity grows for rural Americans with disability. January Employment rates have increased since the recession, but these gains haven’t reached all communities across the country, nor has everyone benefited from these gains.

        Summary: Increasing aid and market access for poor countries makes sense but will not do that much good. Wealthy nations should also push other measures that could be far more rewarding, such as giving the poor more control over economic policy, financing new development-friendly technologies, and opening labor markets. In rural high-amenity areas, where good jobs may be scarce, these skilled residents are a pool of potential entrepreneurs. Their best option may be to create employment for themselves. Among these skilled populations are often retirees who, with the benefit of having accumulated experience and financial capital, have significant entrepreneurial.

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