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As major cities around the world are growing fast and many problems occur. What are the problems that young people five in cities are caused by continued growth? What solutions do you suggest?
There seems to be many problems to young people today in fast growing cities such as Beijing, London and Sydney etc. This essay will analyse some typical problems and offer possible solutions.
One evident problem is the poor behaviours of the young. Nowadays, young people are easily influenced by the questionable contents such as those violent images in the mass media and on the internet etc. For example, the youth have easy access to social networking websites on which they might come across inappropriate language and behaviours of adults without any expectation. Young people who crave attention may imitate these as a way to distinguish themselves.
I think the key factor to alleviating the situation is for teachers and parents to pay more attention to the development of young people's personality and morality instead of focusing on the academic performance only. In this way, students are more likely to become active and able members of the society another obvious problem is the increasing rate of youth unemployment. One of the most immediate effects of the problem is that those jobless graduates cannot find a way to earn a living; thus, being unable to support themselves and their families or to cover the loans which they might have for their expensive education, creating much pressure on themselves and their families, both financially and psychologically. This is far from a personal or private problem but also an issue for society as a whole. When the rate of youth unemployment uses, it may increase the chance of social instability, for the jobless young people with resentment and disappointment may easily form gangs or groups to commit robbery or other more serious crimes.
An important thing concerning young graduates themselves should be taken into consideration to address this problem. They should be advised to adjust their expectations and embark on some seemingly more fundamental work, for example, jobs in the communities or rural areas. This may work efficiently to reduce the current unemployment rates.