It is known that our society is not an ideal one. There are many social and economic problems which lead to the increased rate of unemployment, poor healthcare services, corruption, drug abuse, family violence, assaults and batteries. Of course, these problems should be solved in the nearest future. We do not need more laws because the large number of laws cannot solve the existing problems. What we need is to improve our economy, healthcare system, and law enforcement. The use of effective strategies provided by the US government will help to improve our economy, healthcare system and law enforcement.
Low level of economy leads to the increased unemployment rate. The lack of available jobs is closely connected with economic crisis. According to the statistics, in 2009, “there were nearly 6 unemployment US workers for every available job (Mooney et al. 236). One of the major causes of unemployment in the USA is job exportation. Many jobs are relocated to other countries where products can be produced more cheaply. Besides, increased global and domestic competition, outsourcing and mass layoffs have their impact on unemployment in the USA.
In addition, it is very important to improve healthcare system. It is necessary to pay more attention to the health of low-income families. Healthcare services should be more accessible to elderly people and young families (Mooney et al. 27).
Moreover, law enforcement should be improved. The law enforcement agencies should do everything possible to stop corruption, drug abuse, family violence, assaults and batteries. For example, community policing strategies can be very effective in reducing crime rate. All people in our society should be interested in safety and security of the nation (Mooney et al. 99).
To sum up, in order to improve our society, it is very important to improve such components as the country’s economy, healthcare system and law enforcement. Only healthy people who have well-paid jobs will become law-abiding citizens, and will benefit both the individuals and the society as a whole.