There are direct correlations between poverty and criminality. People around the world rely on illegal activity to meet their everyday needs, which results in insecurity and endangerment of a person. Millions of individuals worldwide do not obtain long-term jobs, due to their lack of education; putting communities in the predicament of finding other sources of income; often resorting to crime. Transgression job opportunities subsist of child labour, prostitution, and drug trafficking relating to criminal activities. For parents, sending their children to work is conventional behaviour that is condoned by low-income households. Around the world, “218 million children work full-time and do not attend school, the environments in which they work put the children at risk.” However, when the youth within a community are educated, they have the potential and knowledge to build better lives for their future children. As well as, when adolescents within a community retain awareness about human rights they have the expertise to better their communities and acquire jobs that have a steady income to avoid debt bondages. From a young age, children get trapped in the cycle of poverty, as they are forced to pursue careers similar to their parents which do not provide them with adequate pay. The primary caretakers of children in low-income areas were not provided with primary education, as a result, they do not believe in investing in their children’s education. Child education is a luxury in some communities around the world, as families believe time spent at school can be time spent at work, paying off the debt. Governments should devote their money towards education in order to help countries abolish poverty. Due to a lack of education, individuals within developing countries are often coerced by the sex industry, or willingly practice the occupation due to their dire financial circumstances. The International Labour Organization conducted a study that represented; women who are employed in the sex industry in Thailand have “the opportunity to make 25 times more than any other job available to them.