As major cities in the world are growing today, so do their problems. What are problems for young people who are living in the cities as the result of continued growth? How problems might be solved?

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The rise of mega cities has brought with its many benefits but also challenges, especially for young people who live in these cities. It is important to address difficulties faced by young citizens, and some measures need to be taken to overcome them.


There are two main problems that young people in big cities are encountering. First, it is unaffordable housing and rental which is caused by rapid urbanisation. An enormous number of people flocking to big cities for living has led to an increasing demand for accommodation, and the cost of housing and renting has risen significantly. As a result, many young people find it intractable to pay for their mortgage or even to afford a rent. Second, a large population in cities is also a contributor to a highly competitive job market. It can be seen that many fresh graduates with high qualifications are unable to get employment in their fields of study owning to insufficient vacancies.


The government, however, need to take some actions to help young people and solve these problems. One of these is to establish better urban planning in which they can utilise city land to build more affordable houses for city residents. Another solution could be to develop incentives and policies to encourage young people to move to rural areas. This can be beneficial for both sides because many regional areas are in dearth of qualified and skilful professionals for their development. Young people with skills and knowledge are more likely to get jobs in their fields, and to apply their specialty to assist rural communities.


In conclusion, shortage of housing and job opportunities are considered as two main issues that young people living in big cities are facing. Nevertheless, there are some solutions can be adopted by the government to tackle these issues.

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The government, however, need to take some actions to help young people and solve these problems. One of these is to establish better urban planning in which they can utilise city land to build more affordable houses for city residents. Another solution could be to develop incentives and policies to encourage young people to move to rural areas. This can be beneficial for both sides because many regional areas have a are in dearth of qualified and skilful professionals for their development. Young people with skills and knowledge are more likely to get jobs in their fields, and to apply their specialty to assist rural communities.


In conclusion, the shortage of housing and job opportunities are considered as two main issues that young people living in big cities are facing. Nevertheless, there are some solutions can be adopted by the government to tackle these issues.