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Transcript of City Problems
Homelessness has become a major problem in the United States.
Nationwide, estimates of the numbers of homeless people vary between 250,000 and 3 million.
Nowadays, the fastest growing segment of the homeless is families.The average number of homeless families in the New York City was approximately 600 per month. It is well known that the health status and medical problems of children less than 5 years of age who, in addition to being poor, are also homeless.
Traffic problems is in many cities around the world. One possible solution to this problem is to impose heavy taxes on car drivers and use this money to make public transport better this solution is worth considering to improve this situation
The United States is the third most populous country in the world following China and India. The U.S. population, currently more than 265 million, is growing by about 2.5 million people each year
the unemployment rate in the U.S. has improved considerably within the last few years, there are still millions of citizens who are without work.Unemployment has been a huge issue for political campaigns at all governmental levels as voters are looking for solutions. While there does not seem to be a definite solution to the issue, both employers and the government are working towards improving the issues that attribute to the overall unemployment.
Some of the largest problems now affecting the world are Acid Rain, Air Pollution, Global Warming, Waste, Smog, Water Pollution, Overpopulation, and Rain Forest Destruction. Every environmental problem has causes, numerous effects, and most importantly, a solution.