Mauritius Society Cultural Anthropology

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Cook 1 Kyle Cook Dr. Burnett Cultural Anthropology 27 January 2015 Mauritius Society Video Response While watching the video on the society of Mauritius in Africa, several things stood out to me that contrasted with the United States. The first thing that stood out to me was that the employment rate in Mauritius at the time that the video was produced was 100%. Everyone that had a desire to have a job and to work was able to find work. That differentiates from the United States, whose unemployment rate is currently slightly below 6%. That is a small percentage, but with how many people populate the United States, that still leaves several without work. I am currently an accounting major at Urbana University and I can honestly say that I would easily prefer the employment rate of Mauritius over the one in the U.S. because my worries about finding a job after school would be non-existent. The outlook on my future would be very bright with a very secure job.
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