First World Countries and Third World Countries
U.S.A, Brazil, and Mexico all are industrialized countries, but all three suffer a social problem called "Poverty," from New York to Rio de Janeiro and Mexico City to Los Angeles. Poverty is a social aspect in their society that has had significant impact for third world countries society such as Brazil and Mexico and First World Countries such as USA. Perhaps, poor people are an example of Marx's dilemma. "Survive the fittest."
In Rio de Janeiro, a process of dissemination of poverty and poor people all over the city has been caused for many aspects, directly related with a corrupt government and social segregation. Lily Domiciano is a great example of social segregation; she is graduated in nursing at Petropolis University in Rio de Janeiro. However, she earns $ 250 per month. Sao Paolo is expensive to live, so favelas (Slums or poor neighborhoods) houses are the better solution for the poor; Lily lives in a favela house with her family. That was an example to show that Brazil hasn't fair wealth distribution. Many people in the same country are earning among $10000 to $ 200000, such as politicians or rich businessmen and other people are earning an unfair salary. Another aspect is health; although, Brazil counts with a "health program", many poor people aren't able to get medical services. Other important aspect, education is free in Brazil, and Universities tuition is cheaper than other countries. However, job opportunity isn't fair for everybody. In Brazil if you have a college degree, but you are poor is hard to get a job with a good salary. Jose Palacios a language teacher who teaches 30 years is earning $600 per month. he doesn't have anymore resources to survive, so he works as taxi driver at nights. The cheaper house rent in Sao Paolo is $600, but he has family and needs. Rural teachers are earning among $50 to $250.
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