For the last few years, millions of people have continued to build on the desire of being in the United States. The simple reason is the country’s economy known to be one of the richest globally. However, just like any other country, the US has its levels of poverty. Nonetheless, they are not as high.
Poverty has remained such a difficult issue, which even the Democrats will hardly want to discuss. Recent reports indicate that in the US, the gap between the rich and the poor is growing by the day. Perhaps because of the broadening income gap. The economic systems seem unfair, broken and inconsistent and there are those who have to live paycheck by paycheck.
Surprisingly, and despite the fact that every American is talking about the economy, it appears different for those in the South. This does not imply that the Southerners are not facing the odds. Instead, they have chosen to embrace a path to recovery. They are optimistic about better prospects.
The Huntsville suburb in the South bears the status of a technology hub with dynamism and a growing trend. The state has the most jobs compared to any other and people just have the zeal to keep striving. The business environment is so friendly such that the unemployment rate is reportedly below 3%.
Meanwhile, despite all the odds in every other corner of the country, the Americans have continued to hold onto their brand of optimism. They will not allow anything such as segregation to dampen it. Notably, the disadvantaged and those who feel the inequity produce more hopefulness compared to those who have had and seen it all.
It is also worth noting that the US job market is weakening and seems rigged. Employers can longer have employees on a full-time basis. They cannot afford them and would have them as freelancers. This reduces the wage burden because they do not have to pay the benefits. Nonetheless, this is only for small institutions because big companies still have a strong grip.
That said there is a serious need for fundamental changes, which will impact on the rights of a vast majority. This will help in putting the economy together.
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