Between those Last Database who access high-productivity and high-paying jobs and those who provide services in increasingly precarious employment conditions. In this precarious labor force, the migrant population has a growing participation, whose labor incorporation, in Last Database contexts of low unionization, puts downward pressure on wages and fuels xenophobic reactions on the part of displaced national workers. The housing problem also reflects a process of strong duality between those who access loans for real Last Database estate investment (from the purchase of apartments for rent to real estate development) and those who are forced to rent in a context in which the scarcity of supply and the hardening of credits for medium and low sectors have pushed prices up.
In the case of Chile, for Last Database example, it is estimated that in the post-pandemic period some two million people lack access to decent housing. In this general social context, informality and even illegality have been revitalized as alternative channels for the Last Database aspiration of social mobility blocked by a strongly stratified formal economy that reproduces inequalities. These inequalities, at the same time, For their part, the States, which should play a strategic articulation role in promoting industries and sectors capable of generating a new type of Last Database economic growth, are today less and less capable of doing so.
This obviously also Last Database affects their ability to regulate and channel conflicts through institutional channels. On the one hand, in the post-pandemic scenario of low Last Database growth with inflation, governments face huge fiscal constraints. On the other hand, in the new digital economy and with the emergence of the giants of the gig economy States have lost their Last Database monopoly on the ability to generate information about the societies they govern. Today Google or Microsoft have better information and data analytics than the administrations that should regulate their action.