American Tutor

American Tutor

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About American Tutor

I am a QUALITY-DRIVEN WRITER with exceptional writing skills and experience over 5 YEARS. I offer professional services across diverse fields. I provide quality work with strict adherence to the DEADLINE. I have gained the flexibility and EXPERIENCE to work on any paper as long as the instructions are clear. I guarantee well-thought out, clearly written, and PLAGIARISM FREE papers. My DIVERSITY is unique as I can produce excell...

  • 2019 Joined us
  • 4.90 Review rate
  • 312 Completed projects
  • 253 Helped students

Writer’s Sample

Economic growth has become the single most important indicator of assessing a population’s standard of living. It does not come as a surprise that increasing economic growth has become an essential part of any government’s economic policy. Measured primarily by looking at the real per capita income over time and across countries, it is a narrow yet telling sign of a country’s progress over time. Growth has generally been quite lethargic, with countries achieving higher living standards over large spans of time. Recently, however there has been a drastic change in this trend. The Newly Industrialized Economies (NIEs), specifically the four Asian Tigers have been able to attain and sustain high levels of growth as observed by Dowling. South Korea, Taiwan, Hong Kong, and Singapore have all risen through the ranks by liberalizing their economies and following an export based growth model. The race to maximize growth has not been free. Like any economic decision the pursuit of higher living standards has come at the cost of increased environmental degradation. The trade-off, which had been initially been ignored, can no longer be undermined. With countries all over the World feeling the brunt of a progressively polluted ecosystem a crisis looms constantly. China which has rose to become the World’s second largest economy in a matter of years is threatened by ever expanding deserts and an air filled with yellow dust. The air is full of pollutants while the water is a convenient way of getting rid of industrial waste. The miracle seems to have come at a terrible cost. This does not means that we need to choose one or the other. There may be a trade-off on the surface but the answer lies in managing the growth. Things start to look much better when a balancing act is performed. The economy depends on the environment. The resources needed to start and the process for production and turn the cogs of the economy come from nature. This is the reason why sustainable growth is dependent heavily upon the environment. If resources are exhausted, and even renewable resources can get depleted, then the means of production will also disappear. It is essential to ensure that economic activity is not exceeded to an extent which in turn threatens future economic activity. Conservation has thus become an additional part of national policies. Over the years an increased awareness regarding the hazards of environmental degradation have given rise to international pressure groups and bodies which further the cause of the environment. Countries have adopted caps on emissions, cleaner sources of energy, proper waste management systems, and so forth all in a bid to preserve future growth. Current studies have proven that economic growth and the environment in fact have an inverted U-shaped relationship. This means that as the growth accelerates the environment is initially negatively affected. However, once living standards rise a country is able to invest more into improving the environment and by conserving it. The belief that economic growth must come at a sacrifice is then rendered groundless. While it may be true at the beginning when countries start to develop that the environment is disregarded in pursuit of higher income levels. Once a certain standard of living is reached the pressure to protect the environment starts to take over. This makes complete sense because sustained future growth is dependent heavily on the availability of resources. Depletion of natural resources (renewable and non-renewable) and poor human capital (due to ill health) will mean a decreased level of growth if not a complete stagnation. It is safe to conclude that economic growth and a clean environment complement each other in the long-term.

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customer-3125650 (3 orders)

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Excellent quality, she captured exactly what was requested and helped me get an A on my paper. Actually, the way she wrote the paper made me understand the questions better. I highly recommend American Tutor and would definitely use her again in the future!

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Thank you is a simple word when compared to the amount of effort and mind you put in to complete my task. I commend you for your excellent, timely work that exceeded my expectations. I would strongly recommend and will hire again. You truly are appreciated.

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She is very eager to please and work with you. Be very explicit with the task so there is no confusion. She is very eager to please and work with you. Very very explicit with the task so there is no confusion❤️

customer-3709922 (1 order)

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Did not answer one of the questions. However it still saved me some time.

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not satisfied

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Overall 9 out of 10, but very good nonetheless

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customer-385673 (7 orders)

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Great work and research! I highly recommend.

customer-3570184 (4 orders)

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Followed instructions perfectly and was able to finish assignment on time!

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Highly recommend! does a perfect job!

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Super fast amazing writer!

customer-1806733 (16 orders)

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Did a great job writing the essay but a terrible job with APA referencing/Citations as she did not include it even though instructed to