Listen back to Terry Gross's interview with the Washington Post publisher Katherine Graham and executive editor Ben Bradlee.
Do You Know A Young Adult Who's Neither In School Nor Working?
The number of young adults, ages 16 to 24, who are neither working nor in school is growing. In total 5.8 million young Americans, or 14.7 percent of the U.S. population, make up this demographic.
There are many reasons why a young adult may be neither working nor in school. We are hoping to hear their unique stories. Does this apply to you? Or do you know have a child or family member who is disconnected? How are they spending their time? How is it affecting their lives?