Australia And China Economic Growth And Quality Of Life, Employment, And Unemployment, Distribution Of Income And Essay

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Australia and China
Introduction:
Today I 'm going to be comparing and contrasting Australia to China economy by economic growth and quality of life, employment, and unemployment, distribution of income and environmental sustainability.

China economy started at 1978, the first economic growth reforms in 1979, the average annual Gross Domestic Product or for short GDP growth rate in China was about 5.3% from 1960-1978. China 's economy was mainly widespread of poverty, very low-income inequalities.The average national life expectancy has more than triple, rising thirty-two years in 1949 to sixty-nine years in 1985.

Australia’s growth rate 0.6% for 2016 and the poverty is actually growing in Australia estimate 2.5 million people or 13.9% of all people living below the standards.The average wage in Australia in November 2013 was $57,980.The average full-time wage is $74,724.Average weekly earnings are $1,1462 in 3 death occurred among people aged 75.74% were mortality 1907 and 3 in 10 death were from disease 2013.4 in 5 natural causes.Also, 3.6 was the number of infant deaths per 1 thousand live births in Australia in 2013.

One of the hallmarks of china’s socialist economy made a statement promise of employment to all and job-security with virtually lifelong tenure.They were overstaffed to fulfilling socialist goals and job-security lower the workers ‘motivation to work.This socialist policy was called the iron rice bowl.China’s employed labor force is rarely over 800

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