The Government Should Take Steps to Control Population Growth Jie Wang
EAP2 Writer’s Workshop
February 21, 2013
During the last 30 years, the world’s population has haven an increase of 60%. This paper focuses on the demographic situation and the problems of population growth. It discusses the benefits of population control in terms of economic development, environmental issues, employment pressure and education opportunities. It also talks about the disadvantage of population control that a country will advance into an aging society, but according to the research, the problems of an aging society can be solved through raising the employment rate. This research uses some evidence such as China and Nigeria to suggest that the government should control population growth. In conclusion, it points out that we cannot access a healthy society without population control. The Government Should Take Steps to Control Population Growth There are today 6.5 billion population in the world, six times more than in 1800. During the last 30 years, the world’s population has increased by 2.4 billion. It means the population has haven an increase of 60%. With the rapid growth of population, a series of other problems have come up, so the government should take steps to control population in order to accelerate economic development, solve environmental issues, ease employment pressure and promote education level. Improving the economic status of a country is one reason why the government should stabilize population. Overpopulation will put a tremendous burden on a government. The government needs pay more attention to solve the problems that overpopulation brings to them, such as education, pension and traffic issues. It means that the government must provide sufficient funds to deal with them. Moreover，overpopulation causes a decrease in per capita income. Obviously, rapid population growth has a negative effect on economic growth. As we know,...
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