How can poverty and unemployment be overcome?
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neither can be overcome. though we could lesson it , some people just don't want to work and others that do don't care if they have money. it's each person's responsibility to improve their lives, not yours and mine.
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Creation of jobs and enhancing the scope for growth and development can help a lot. The government has a huge role to play as far as the creation of growth and employment opportunities are concerned.
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