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Reasons for Inequality in India

Reasons for Inequality

In India, poverty stands out as a major driver of inequality. According to the United Nations (UN), inequality means that things aren’t equal, especially when it comes to status, rights, and opportunities. It’s like some people having more chances and resources while others have less in a society. The term “inequality” can mean different things to different folks and in different situations.

Social Inequality: Exclusion results from social injustice. Social Inequality includes inequality based on caste, gender, education, access to social goods and services, access to opportunities, access to health care, quality housing, traveling, transportation, vacationing, etc.

Economic Inequality: People call differences in wealth and income economic inequality. Factors like pay, wealth, and income may measure economic inequality.

Social structure: Society creates and exacerbates inequality by assigning different duties to its members based on their castes, classes, or genders.

Unemployment: Because there aren’t enough jobs available, unemployment makes it easier for people to fall into a cycle of poverty. Inequality in society is growing as a result of poverty and unemployment.

Low education and skills limit people’s access to good occupations that will allow them to advance and fully engage in society, resulting in low-income levels that further contribute to income disparity.

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