Dominica has a very low standard of living. Visit AbbreviationFinder to see the definitions of DMA and acronym for Dominica. Severe social problems, large housing shortages, unemployment and underemployment are some of the country’s problems. Recurring natural disasters make conditions more difficult. There are 4.6 doctors per 10,000 residents, two hospitals with 136 and 50 beds respectively. The opportunities for young people to emigrate to, for example, the United Kingdom, the United States and the rest of the Caribbean have become increasingly limited, which has led to an increase in youth unemployment.
Unlike other islands in the Caribbean, Dominica has not invested in tourism to any great extent. The reason is bad roads, ports and airports. With the help of foreign capital, the country is trying to become attractive to tourists.