“Biggest Challenges Young Adults Face Today”
Principles of Public Speaking
In the world today young adults face numerous of problems. We often think Young Adults are ready for the real world such as college, career, and the adult social scenes. Some Young Adults find it difficult to adjust to making a change in their life. To me, education, unemployment and crime are major challenges for them today in this world. Noticing that each challenge have some negative effect on each individual which causes them to occur in bad situations. Many Young Adults find they are over-loaded and over whelmed with great difficulty in making changes that they find her to do. They sometimes feel confused and even have a sense of loneliness which can cause health problems. Sometimes something that occurs in your life can cause Young Adults to become depressed, like a divorce which has a high rate, death, or break-up. In my opinion clearly, there is a need for a intervention to help these Young Adults who are on the wrong path in their life. Discussion
A challenge facing youth is unemployment. When looking back as far as decades ago, the youth of today have a very hard time finding a steady good job. During the time period we have notice that economy has had a downturn which affected jobs and several other companies. Studies show that across the globe, the economic crisis has had a dramatic impact on the challenges facing young people seeking jobs. Between 2008 and 2008, the youth unemployment rate has seen the largest annual increase on record, reversing the Pre-Crisis trend to declining youth unemployment rates since 2002 and rising to 13 percent in 2009. I believe this is a important problem because its affecting their financial life but also causes to lose confidence or hope in the Young Adults. Something that I see that needs attention brought to is the increase of drug and alcohol abuse...
References: Dr. Brame of the University of North Carolina. (1997 and 2008) analyzed data from a national youth survey.
Fact Sheet: youth employment. (2007 and 2009). Dialogue and Mutual Understanding.
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