Discuss The Issues Related To Genetic Diversity: Mutations, Sexual Reproduction, Migration, And Population Size

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Title: What I see as the biggest challenges in young adults today.
General Purpose: To investigate the challenges faced by the young adults in the society today.
 Specific Purpose: To determine the link between parenting, economic crisis and societal vices and how they pose as a challenge to the young adults today.
 Central idea: To investigate the issues faced by young adults today.
It is essential to realize that time frames have evolved and many changes have taken place in the society in regards to economic structure and parenthood responsibilities. This is due to the shift in priorities as people are constantly on the run to better their welfare as regards the high ...view middle of the document...

In turn, this has led to drug and alcohol abuse with young adults indulging in both hard drugs and alcohol at a very tender age. Additionally, the influence from their other friends indulging in these vices is overwhelming and even infectious. (Smith et al, 2011).
 Due to the increasing economic crisis, parents have been faced with the challenge of sustainably providing for their children yet there are limited means of livelihood in relation to jobs. This therefore aids in accelerating the poverty levels (Smith et al, 2011). The young adult’s lives are therefore impeding in terms of learning and in relation to social and behavioral problems. This view is supported by the national center for children in poverty, which has also continuously argued that the greatest well being to a child’s well being is poverty. It is also becoming continuously difficult for the young adults to get a form of employment (Smith et al, 2011) .In turn they are not able to meet their needs or to help them sustain a decent lifestyle. It is increasingly difficult for a graduate to land a job let alone the on who just has a high school diploma. Jobs which require no or little experience pay a very small wage. Competition is becoming increasingly steep and one has to have e multiple degrees to be able to live comfortably (Smith et al, 2011).
It is also important to note that the society has radically evolved to become a den of vices that is leading the young adults to succumb. They...

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