According to Pew Research Center; “For the first time in more than 130 years, Americans ages 18-34 are more likely to live with their parents than in any other living situation, according to a new analysis by the Pew Research Center. In that age group, 32.1 percent of people live in their parents ' house, while 31.6 live with a spouse or partner in their own homes and 14 percent live alone, as single parents or in a home with roommates or renters.” I believe this is due to the changes in society’s dynamics in regards to the values of education. Over 130 years ago, education wasn’t as valued as it is today, nor was it accessible to everyone. Now, we have accessible education, and jobs that are willing to pay you more money based on your level of education. In regards to the transition into maturity, and the later age children are leaving their parents homes;In my opinion, children are taking advantage of educational opportunities which are allowing them to make more money, and parents have become comfortable with their children staying home longer as long as they are making a decent amount of money.
It provided a degree of certainty when there was no definite way of proving paternity. With the introduction of the Status of Children Act 1987, the issue of illegitimacy was removed. Therefore, recently its necessity has been questioned as the scope of its applicability has been reduced by the increasing number of children born to unmarried parents. In 2013, 35.4% of all births were outside of marriage, and 20.2% of all births were to unmarried parents living at the same address . For children whose parents are married at the time of their birth (or up to ten months prior to the birth), the presumption is clearly beneficial.
When two people fall in love and want to live forever with each other, they get married. However, sometimes, life after marriage is not like they imagine. They have many problems, so they don’t want to maintain this relationship. That is called divorce. According to the result of a study by the University of Social Sciences and Humanities, the divorce rate in Vietnam has been increasing from 17 percent in 2000 to 30 percent in 2012.
Mainly, these emerging adults seek to identify who they are and what they want to achieve in life. Such exploratory tendencies drive them to reconnoiter work, love, and school-related aspects, which may explain the rationale that older individuals may perceive as laziness. The speed by which the group transitioned from adolescence to adulthood was much faster. In part, lack of schools and college education for most people, particularly the females, hastened the transition. People got married at an average of 21 years as compared to the current 28 years.
In addition, it is also important for educators to accept the diverse cultural and ethnic backgrounds, individual differences, learning styles, and multiple intelligences that the student body brings to them and accept them irrespective of biases against race, gender, age, and socioeconomic status. During the course of my career, I have witnessed a declining trend in the preparation of students for college and career, and we are thus striving hard to prepare citizens for global challenges and compete with global entities. According to the Epic Blog (n.d.), "The United States will need approximately 1 million more STEM professionals than are projected to graduate over the next decade." Although the unemployment rate is declining, yet many jobs remain unfulfilled due to lack of educational background and experience of individuals in the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math). I hope my research in “Enhancing Teacher and
Men with shorter duration of marriage participated more in family planning (Ling & Tong, 2017). No. of children : Family planning was adopted by couples in order to control the numbers of children they desire to have and also the gap in terms of years between two children ( Gogoi et al., 2017 ). Birth Spacing : Nevertheless, birth spacing is also one of the important components in family planning. According to WHO (2005), an interval of at least 2 years or 24 months from a live birth to the next pregnancy are the most recommended to prevent several negative consequences to both maternal and child.
The oldest generation in the present working scenario, individuals that were born during the years between 1945 and 1964, is known as the Baby Boom generation. (Hu, Herrick and Hodgin, 2004). The employees of this age group are more likely to retire in the following couple of years (Farag, Tullai-McGuinness and Anthony, 2009). All around, individuals from the Baby Boom generation have the tendency to consider individual flexibility and freedom, tend to look for more quick satisfaction (Bower and Fidler, 1994) and feel the need to be recognized for their achievements (Weston, 2001). When it comes to delegation of their duties, they don't do it that easily (Bower and Fidler, 1994), although they respect authority, expect and recognize the guidelines from their superiors, and envision that the superiors determines the main objectives (Yu and Miller, 2005) In most cases, employees from the Baby Boom generation are results oriented and strongly believe in deciding upon well defined goals and objectives, they want to be asked their opinions and see results (Bower & Fidler, 1994).
Nowadays, cohabitation is seen as a normal step in the dating process. The idea of living with a significant other is not far fetched among young people today. How far we have come from the stereotypes about cohabitation is amazing. According to Associate Professor of Social Sciences Amanda Miller, before 1970, cohabitation was illegal in the United States. At that time, living together outside of marriage was uncommon, but in the late 1990s the number of couples living together increased tenfold.
With the shaky economy, many young people aren’t waiting to see the world until they grow older as they’re afraid there will never be a better time to travel. In fact, 20 percent of worldwide travelers are Millennials. Many 20 and 30-year-olds tend to invest more money in travel than they do in buying material possessions. If you were born sometime between 1982 and 2000 and have dreamed of traveling abroad, here are some the benefits of millennial travel, as well as what to consider. Travel Advantages of Millinneals There are several reasons why Millennials are suited for traveling.
Motivation and Barriers to Learning for Young People not in Education, Employment or Training Introduction In last few years, the number of young people (18-24) not in Education, Employment or Training (NEET) has been increasing which may act as a negative factor in determining how their life shapes up. To develop strategies and schemes which address this issue, a proper understanding about these people is needed. To create this understanding the British Department for Business Innovation and Skills (BIS) commissioned National Institute of Adult Continuing Education (NIACE) to analyse the data from interviews of 18-24 year olds as a part NEET national research project. The NEET national research project was started in 2010 by NIACE to analyse