How can the gap be closed between the more wealthy countries and poor/third world countries?
I came across this article that states that many Indians are competing for very limited jobs and due to this situation they are " resorting" to working for scamming companies.
While everyone is responsible for their own sin,at the same time do wealthy countries bear some responsibility for not investing enough in infrastructure and industry/job creation in third world countries?
On the other hand,job prospects are also decreasing in first world countries such as Australia (where I live) due to Manufacturing jobs being sent off shore and there is talk that automation will decrease jobs even further,so how can businesses in first world countries help people in third world countries where they can’t often even help their own countries citizens by providing them with jobs…
So,is the real problem not first world vs third world but rather rich vs poor-ie:that the gap between the rich and the poor is too big/growing in all countries and that a way needs to be made to incentisize wealthy people to help poorer people more and grow industries?
I’m not suggesting that there are not some excellent,kind,wealthy people that contribute greatly towards charity etc,but realistically,they are also that have “worldly” values who focus on lavish living,continual holidays,trying to impress superficial pretty women with their cash etc…
There’s often too big a gap between the pay of CEOs/executives vs the “labourers” of that company.
For example,I read that the CEO of a charity Save the Children earns approx $255,000 US dollars a year-this to me seems criminal.
Are they trying to save the children or save their own lavish lifestyles?
What is your suggestion of a solution?