America has entered a new era. The Great Recession of 2007-09 completely altered the way our society approaches employment. The economy is placing an increasing emphasis on knowledge and technology. Our world is becoming more globalized and interconnected than ever. It is undeniable: our world is changing. Change is a good thing, but it can also be painful, and I believe that Millennials have born the pain of these historic shifts more than any other group. Since the start of the Recession, the unemployment rate for young adults has been significantly higher than the national average. Total student debt in America exceeds $1 trillion dollars. And young people continue to face serious challenges in obtaining meaningful employment. Despite these obstacles, I believe young people have the power to achieve success in this new era. But this will require major shifts in how we approach education, what we expect from our government, and how we plan our own careers. This book is a reflection of the trends and tribulations that have made up this post-Recession era, and offers guidance on how to build meaningful, dynamic careers. It is a collection of the important conversations young people (and those who advise them) need to have in order to grasp success in a new economic age. We are the future of America. I believe the future is bright if we decide to act now.Tesla offer a highly desirable vehicle that people are willing to pay a premium for, and owners reap the savings that come from exchanging gas fuel for electricity. That is not the only thing innovative about Tesla Motors. They also have ananbsp;...
|Title||:||We The Future|
|Publisher||:||Dog Ear Publishing - 2015-08-07|