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Transcript of Great Britain
*Rate of Natural Increase: Per 1000 population is 3.45.
*Total Fertility Rate: As of now it's 1.89 children born per women.
*Birth Rate: 1.90 births
*Death Rate: As of 2016 it's 9.4 deaths/1000 population.
*Immigration: At the ending of March 2016, it was 633,000 people coming in.
*Emigration: At end of March 2016, there was 306,000 people leaving Great Britain.
*Infant Mortality Rate: 4.3 deaths/1,000 live births. For males it's 4.7 deaths and females is 3.9 deaths/1,000 live births in 2016.
*Political History:The UK political system is a multi-party system. Since the 1920s, the two largest political participation have been the Conservative Party and the Labour Party. Before the Labour Party rose in British politics, the Liberal Party was the other major political party along with the Conservatives.
*Religious History: Religion in the United Kingdom and in the countries that preceded it has been dominated, for over 1,400 years, by various forms of Christianity. Christianity is the major religion, followed by Islam, Hinduism, Sikhism, Judaism and Buddhism in terms of number of adherents.
*Economic History:Britain led the industrial revolution and dominated the European and world economy during the 19th century. It was the major innovator in machinery. It invented the railway system and built much of the equipment used by other nations. As well it was a leader in international and domestic banking, entrepreneurship, and trade. It built a global British Empire.
*Environmental state: *Droughts are a relatively common feature of the weather in the United Kingdom, with one around every 5–10 years on average. These droughts are usually confined to summer, when a blocking high causes hot, dry weather for an extended period. *Agriculture in the United Kingdom uses 69% of the country's land area. As of April 2016, there is a total installed capacity of 9.79 GW of solar power. Placing the UK in 6th place internationally in terms of total installed capacity of solar power.
By: Rachael Cross
*Social Safety Nets: As of February 2015, the unemployment rate was 5.4%. Children in the UK have to legally attend primary and secondary education which runs from about 5 years old until the student is 16 years old. Also medical care is offered to everyone and different kinds with varying prices based off of their income.
*Relationship between men and women: In the mid-1980s, close to half the public agreed that a man's job is to earn money; a woman's job is to look after the home and family. Just 13% agree with this now. Cuts to benefits disproportionately affect women as benefits typically make up a fifth of women's incomes, as opposed to a tenth of men. Women who work, with or without children, spend 15 hours a week on average doing chores, while men only spend five. Estimated that for each year a mother is absent from work her future wages is reduced by 5%. The men are told to be more of a expert than women are. Women are aloud to have a 39 week maternity leave while men can 2 weeks.
*The average age of marriage for both men and women is 25-29 years old.
*The average age of a woman when she has her first child is 30 to 34 years old.
*Because Great Britain is becoming more of a developed country, more women are waiting to have children because there is no need for them. Many of the women want to work and earn money more than to be a stay at home mom.
* More women should be having children, so that the kids can grow up and keep helping to expand Britain's economic system.
* Should let men have a longer maternity leave to help with the kids.
* Women and men should both have the same percent taken off their salary if absent from work.