When we think about young people, we tend to imagine them full of potential, skills, and opportunities. However, the struggles they face are not small. Globally, one in five young people are not in Employment, Education or Training (NEET). In support of addressing the challenges and shortcomings faced by today’s young adults, Youth Time joins the worldwide observation of World Youth Skills Day (WYSD).
This is another Ivy League university we are covering this time. The university was founded in 1701 and is one of the oldest universities in the U.S. Such is the charm of this university based in New Haven Connecticut that visitors from many parts of the world ask for a tour of their campus.
In our increasingly fast-paced and busy lives, it can be hard to keep everything organized. Humans are great at using technology, working really hard, and multitasking. However, many of us are losing our aptitude for managing our basic daily needs, such as drinking enough water. One study has shown that most Americans don’t drink enough water, for example: 7% drink none while 36% drink between one and three cups per day. People often say that they forget to do tasks such as drinking water on busy days - that’s why there are 10 apps to remind you to be healthier, happier, and more successful.
The University of Washington is one of the premier institutions in the U.S. and is especially known for studies in medicine, science, information technology and engineering. This is one of the oldest universities in the country.
According to the World Health Organization (WHO), the purpose of this decision was to raise awareness on population issues, which include; gender equality, maternal health, poverty, human rights, responsible consumption of our food and a safe environment for all, as well as family planning and unintended pregnancies.