Arrested development of labour potential

The basic employment of the majority of people living in Third World villages is generally limited to family farming; however this work is cyclical, leaving frustrating gaps of non-working time. Much of the potential working force among many women is tied to family affairs which also do not fully employ them. Technically trained residents must find work in cities, for without new business and industry villages have minimal need for such skills; this creates a skilled-labour drain from the community, and the large group of trained people necessary if they are to have a school and new development cannot be generated. As long as small family farming remains as the only realistic type of work in the community, villagers will continue to feel the frustration of restrictive and unprofitable labour.
Broader Problems:
Economic underdevelopment
Arresting development
Related UN Sustainable Development Goals:
GOAL 1: No PovertyGOAL 2: Zero HungerGOAL 3: Good Health and Well-beingGOAL 4: Quality EducationGOAL 5: Gender EqualityGOAL 6: Clean Water and SanitationGOAL 7: Affordable and Clean EnergyGOAL 8: Decent Work and Economic GrowthGOAL 9: Industry, Innovation and InfrastructureGOAL 10: Reduced InequalityGOAL 11: Sustainable Cities and CommunitiesGOAL 12: Responsible Consumption and ProductionGOAL 13: Climate ActionGOAL 14: Life Below WaterGOAL 15: Life on LandGOAL 16: Peace and Justice Strong InstitutionsGOAL 17: Partnerships to achieve the Goal
Problem Type:
F: Fuzzy exceptional problems
Date of last update
01.01.2000 – 00:00 CET