Jul 24, 2007 · New America Media, a nationwide network of over 700 ethnic-media organizations, received funding in 2006 from several foundations, as well as from the University of California's Office of the President, to conduct a survey of young people in California to better understand what young adults ages 16-22 feel are the primary issues impacting their lives.Author: Diane Demee-Benoit.
The term problems of young adults is very broad and can span over several areas. In order to streamline it a little, these problems have been divided into emotional and physical problems. In the article that follows, we shall get into a little more detail regarding these two areas.Author: Rujuta Borkar.
We often think of young adults as ready to launch easily into college, career and dynamic adult social scenes. Yet this transition from a supportive and protective home or school environment to independent living is a bridge to adulthood that many young adults find fraught with great difficulty, confusion and profound loneliness.