August 5, 2018 at 11:58 pm #230303
[23:58:18, 5/8/2018] Cám ơn các bạn!
PROBLEMS AND SOLUTIONS
In many countries, more and more young people are leaving school and unable
to find jobs after graduation. What problems do you think youth
unemployment will cause to the individual and the society? What measures
can be taken to address this problem?
Nowadays, there are more and more graduated students who are unable to
have occupation. This issue leads to many controversial problems for the
unemployed and global communities, therefore appropriate solutions must be
taken to tackle these problems.
The rise in the unemployed rate is the main reason of the variety of
social problems and individual concerns. First of all, unemployment causes
financial burden. The unemployed are unable to buy necessary stuff, pay
their bills and rent because of their lack of money. As a result, they are
likely to lose their house properties and living. Secondly, the unemployed
play the significant role in the increase of criminal rates, alcoholism,
drug abuse and domestic violence. Thirdly, individuals’ mental health may
be psychologically affected if they can not afford a job after graduated.
Youngsters seem to lose their self-confidence which may lead to disastrous
result such as depression or suicide.
In order to deal with this adverse problem, suitable solutions must
be taken. Firstly, universities and colleges should launch centers to
support graduated children in seeking jobs. On the other hand, students
must prepare practical knowledge to meet employers’ demand. Secondly,
enterprises must present their social duties through recruitment policies
which support young job seekers by providing them with more opportunities.
Finally, parents and family need to pay more attention to their unemployed
children and encourage their optimistic mindset to prevent them from doing
In conclusion, youth unemployment is the origin of numerous
individual and social problems, therefore government, universities and
families must join hand in dealing with these problems.
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