Outline changes:
**And in point 5 (the factors) in the outline I’ve removed “technology” and added “how COVID-19 affected”
**I removed point 12 and replaced it with talking about United Arab Emirates (UAE) since my internship is there. Talking about positive aspect: that we don’t have any income inequality issues and no homelessness back there because of good social services and good support from the government. For point 12 about the UAE just two paragraphs are enough after that the conclusion.
I need the a draft and speaker notes by this Thursday.
1. Introduction
2. Income Inequality
· Definition
· Explanation
3. Understanding Income Inequality
· Concept of income inequality
4. Inequality and Ability
· How abilities are affected by inequality
· Role of skills in overcoming the income inequality
5. Factors Behind the Income Inequality
· Less opportunities
· Lack of free markets
· Corruption
· Discrimination
· Low wages
· How covid-19 affected
6. Work and Economy
· Effect of work in economy
· Job generation and its importance in economy
· Good economy leads to good services
7. Rich and Poor
· Concept behind both terms
· Decisive factors (the main reason)
· Differences in life style
8. Better Life and Services
· What is better life?
· Services sector
9. Better Income, Better Life
· More services
· High Purchasing power
10. Income and Health
· Health services sector
· Good health in rich people
11. How to overcome income inequality
· Different ideas to overcome income inequality
12. How The United Arab Emirates (UAE) has no income inequality issues
No Homelessness
Good social supports
Job opportunities
EXPO 2020 helped in getting more jobs for the society
13. Conclusion
Thesis Statement:
There is a vast difference in the services enjoyed by the rich people than the poor people. This leads to the social stratification and cause many problems. In this paper, I will review different factors behind the difference. Income inequality is a major problem for the world now. Many are living below the poverty level and other spending a lavish life. The major discrimination can be observed in the health sector as there is a clear difference in the facilities available to the rich and poor people. At the end I will discuss the ways to overcome this social problem.
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