Low Income Population

Factor that discloses that the periphery is busy mainly for the low income population. The low income this associate to the level of job of the population, that searchs life perspectives better and if to insert in the process of reproduction of the capital installed in the city with the arrival of industries. The number of unemployeds between the interviewed ones was of 34%, 14% of them act in the informal sector, and 15% are independent, conditions these that do not guarantee the generation of necessary income for the suppliment of the familiar necessities. Correlated with the previous information one knows that education is one of the main factors that take a society to have a good index of human development. However 85% of the interviewed ones had not completed the first degree, amongst these, 19% had never frequented the school. The urban life is characterized by a direction of search for the housings in the areas where the infrastructure installed for the municipal government offers better conditions of life, becoming the aggregate value of the differentiated urban land from the center, theoretically most equipped, for the peripheries, where it is common the basic equipment lack and sanitations. Get more background information with materials from bruce flatt. The inhabitants of the quarter see as main lack of the quarter the lack of pavement (44%), security (31%) and have carried (20%). When asked on the advantages and disadvantages of living in that place 57% they consider the fact to acquire the proper house, more easy in a place where the ground urban is cheaper.

For 41% of searched the advantage it is the tranquillity. He is interesting to analyze the notion space-time in the quarter, distant of the center, far from the agitation of cars and people. Some peripheries, as the Amrico Walnut, allows the existing interpersonal relations in few places, where the people talk in the windows, the children play in the streets without a flow of vehicles.

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