Economic Well-Being: An Introduction
By Deborah M. Figart and Ellen Mutari
"Economic Well-Being" introduces the key economic indicators used to
define problems, such as unemployment and underemployment, inflation,
recessions, income and wealth inequality, poverty, and discrimination.
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As social workers, we need to understand how economic well-being (or lack thereof) shapes people’s lives. And we must appreciate the challenges that our clients face, including their access to financial resources and their level of economic functioning.
Social workers can earn 9.5 CEUs for reading this book and passing an exam.
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