The population's migration towards urban centers from rural regions is becoming more and more frequent in Canada and in the United States and has even become a growing issue for these two North American countries. Indeed, demographic disparities have become a potential threat to economic, social and political aspects of the areas discussed and create problems for the population affected.
In fact, this trend has many negative repercussions for the rural places where the population is decreasing significantly, particularly in Atlantic Canada and the Northeast and Midwest of the United... [+] Read more
Due to the recession that occurred in Spain in 2008, the Spanish citizens struggle on a daily basis to make ends meet. Now living in a country having major economic problems, Spaniards are, millions by millions, losing their jobs, which causes the Spanish unemployment rate to astonishingly increase. In fact, more than 50% of those under 25 years of age are jobless. Those who are lucky enough to have a job must struggle to make a sufficient income to support their family's needs. Therefore, most families are saving as much money as they can and are living off of impressively small... [+] Read more