Disruptive effect of changing employment patterns

Experimental visualization of narrower problems
Employment patterns are undergoing radical shifts as old production and distribution methods are replaced by centralized and/or capital-saving techniques. Urban communities face the challenge of locating new industries and diversified sources of employment to provide a stable income and employment base, but new industries are not inclined to locate in urban areas where the infrastructure is inadequate and land use planning is uncertain. This is causing unemployment in urban neighbourhoods and communities that are not prepared to wait for the implementation of long-term plans to deal with the resulting suffering and dislocation.
Broader Problems:
Disruptive change
Related Problems:
Youth unemployment
Problem Type:
F: Fuzzy exceptional problems
Date of last update
01.01.2000 – 00:00 CET