Another problem that can be contributed to the increasing income inequality is the availability of overseas workers who can accomplish tasks with the same level of perfection and yet ask for minimal salary in return. This shift of job placements from developed nations to developing nations also increase the gap between the upper class and the lower class employees who are now forced to work at a pay which is far less than what they actually deserve. The government is also considered selfish in this regard because they have attracted all the big booming industries by reducing taxes but little do they realize that these companies will soon be converted into completely automated industries which will require very little man power and hence the number of jobless people will continue to rise in the coming years but the government is more concerned about the productivity and the profit that they gain rather than the amount of unemployment that they will have as a result of this.Those people who live their lives below average not only suffer the economic inequalities but also have to go through the discrimination that has been implied on them by the society itself. They are often lured into the work by being offered various incentives such as breaks and a good salary but little do they know that they are being treated unjustly and the incentives being offered to them are similar to a sugar coating on a bitter pill which they have to swallow daily during their work. The upper class people may also be deemed responsible for creating an unjust society. They are the ones who are responsible for treating those below them in an unfair. Social and Economic Inequality.
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