EXPLAIN HOW OUR ABILITY TO GET A JOB WILL BE INFLUENCED BY AVAILABILITY AND ACCESS TO RESOURCES. Location
People that live in rural locations (country) may have more difficulty in obtaining resources, such as getting to a job in the city because of access to transport. The populations of rural areas are less than major cities which means there is less demand for resources, such as schools which can also affect getting a job. These resources may be catered for in other ways such as working through the radio or internet from home. Education
People who lack in education with computers may not be able to access the internet for working online for a particular job. People who are also illiterate and innumerate may find it difficult to read and write such as filling out forms for resources like bank accounts, a loan, a driver’s licence and also to apply for a job. People who are educated highly and that have greater knowledge have greater access to resources to gaining a job. Disability
In the past someone with a disability might find it difficult to access some resources for getting a job such as any resource that needed sight, hearing, speech etc. Today people have greater access to resources to help them with gaining a job with technologies such as hearing aids and cochlear implants have allowed greater access to and availability of resources like communication, language and education which all affects getting a job in some way. Age
Someone’s age influences the types of resources they can access and also the types of resources that are available to them such as, a person under the age of 14 and 9 months cannot legally be employed. A child under the age of about two does not have the language skills to speak, read or write and has had no education, so...
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