The during an average month of 2012. That’s

The greatest impact of a global issue nowadays is poverty. There
is a huge amount of people live in poverty, and it affects to societies
horribly over the past decades. The extreme amount of poverty causes many
people lived in unprivileged conditions. How does poverty affect society? Due
to poverty, there are three main problems can impact to societies such as child
education, environment, and crime.

Education
is an essential role model to develop society. It provides people a knowledge of the world around them and
changes into something better. It develops in human perspectives of looking at
life; furthermore, it helps people to build opinions and have points of view on
things in life. It is not a coincidence that the majority of students
dropped out of schools in high-poverty communities. People know that students
in these communities come to school facing many of obstacles every day that can
inhibit their ability to focus, learn, and ultimately graduate on time, if at
all. For many poor families, education is not
possible or viewed as useless, and education is vital to break the cycle of poverty,
more educated people equals more quality jobs. These is the reason each country
spends an enormous amount of budget to focus on the future of children, build
more schools for them, offer free public transportation for families who cannot
afford it and educate parents that their children need to be schooled.

The
effect of low income and lack of career experience from each parent cannot make
their children pursue in higher education. The lack of education has led to
miss job opportunities, so in societies obviously do not have adequate human
resources. About 6.2 million children lived in families with
unemployed parents in 2012, and that number rises to 12.1 million American
children—about one in six—when including families with unemployed or
underemployed parents during an average month of 2012. That’s a decrease from
2010, when the figure was about 13.5 million children, but a huge increase from
2007, when the number was 7.1 million children. (Shah)