How Illiteracy is causing world corruption.

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If more and more people get illiteracy than soon half of our population will not be able to read and here are some ways that illiteracy is caused

  • Lack of books or
  • Parents with little schooling
  • Dropping out of school or may have not completed high school
  • Difficult living conditions or poverty

Did you know that….

Adults aged 45 and over with low literacy skills have the distinction of belonging to generations for whom there were attractive job opportunities despite a lower level of schooling. A very large number of them have always worked in the same field, founding their families, and thus have never felt the need to go back to school.

The consequences of illiteracy are many and harmful in several respects. As well as affecting illiterate individuals themselves in their daily lives and often jeopardizing their future, this scourge has a significant effect on society, both socially and economically.

For individuals Who are illiterate

Lower income which means bad jobs or little earnings. They won’t be able to understand many things .They don’t believe in themselves that much and give up on most things. Illiterate individuals have more workplace accidents, take longer to recover and more often misuse medication through ignorance of health care resources and because they have trouble reading and understanding the relevant information (warnings, dosage, contraindications, etc.). Employee rate is very low for those got very little education.low chance of getting college degree or life access .Little value is given to education and reading within the family, and this often leads to intergenerational transmission of illiteracy;Illiterate individuals have more workplace accidents, take longer to recover and more often misuse medication through ignorance of health care resources and because they have trouble reading and understanding the relevant information (warnings, dosage, contraindications, etc.).

 

 

 

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