“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 …show more content…
Therefore, researchers and statistics show evidence that the society around Young Adults may have a bad environment surrounding them. This is why the society, government, law enforcement, family, school, etc need to help contribute to make a better way more like a personal development. All concerned individuals should take the proper active role ensuring that the Young Adults look for better in themselves personally and professionally. For example, their should be a way to get access to loans for Young Adults who are in-need or facing harsh ships and make sure they are getting the appropriate knowledge in School as well as in succeeding in their life.
Life is full of uncertainties, easy availability and failure amongst Young Adults. Drugs and alcohol abuse and unemployment play a major role as far as challenges the Young Adults come in contact with. From experience and seeing hands on, I have established that different types of factors have contributed to these problem. As my proposal, I advocate all concerned individuals should take the necessary process it is to make sure you educate these Young Adults. Take the time to show them and take active roles in empowering, encouraging, dedicating the Young Adults to address these challenges and show them its more to life then drugs and alcohol abuse, guns,crime, etc ....
Dr. Brame of the University of North Carolina. (1997 and 2008) analyzed data from