Children who are in a homeless situation don’t usually have the support needed to succeed in school in their academics and lack stability, which can also hinder their development both emotionally and socially. Not only are the children affected by this, but also the economy because without being able to pursue full academic studies, it is usually more difficult to find a job which means that there are less people that are able to pay taxes to the government and increases the unemployment rate of the community. This also hinders the general development of the community in question in terms of social welfare, healthcare, education, etc. as a result of less people being able to pay sufficient taxes. Also, if someone is not able to pursue a full education due to homelessness, in turn, if they have children, their children’s development would likely also hindered. This creates a cycle of poverty, decreasing the general wealth and wellbeing of a community.