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To what extent is health and education valid as measures of development?
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A To what extent is health and education valid as measures of development?
There are many indicators ranging from health to social care each showing a small puzzle o the current state of the country. Many factors influence a countries development, each showing a different side. A total picture can often be hard to put together, and certain indicators show a grater picture than others. Measuring development in terms of education and health is very common for comparison on a global scale it gives information about a range of global problems but in order to measure fairly the indicators must show a realistic image.
Healthcare and education include a range of development indicators from infant mortality to life expectancy and from adult literacy rates to university graduates. Education is the most influential factor it will inevitably affect life expectancy, the economy, and even infant mortality. The brains of people are a much valuable resource in all countries around the world. The only way a country can maximise this resource is too fuel the minds of the people to promote innovation and create a sustainable economy. The countries future will be in the hands of the young,
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