nowadays there is a widespread concern in our society about the widening income gap. when we look around, the gap is the most obvious scene: rich people are having more than they can eat, want and use, but poor people are struggling for the basic needs: food and shelter.
the increasing gap is actually a matter of great complexity, which can be traced to a variety of factors. first of all, our country is developing itself in an unbalanced way. our government pay more attention to the urban areas, but ignore the larger part of rural places. what’s more, it’s often found that education is a key factor in determining our income. poor people are always those who are poorly educated.
as the situation is becoming worse, some serious consequences come up. accordingly, we should take immediate measures to put an end to the current situation. in my opinion, our government should play an active role in the equal distribution of wealth. (162 words)