20191113221043essay_outline.pdf - I Introduction Identify the problem that must be solved The millennial generation can’t afford to live on their

20191113221043essay_outline.pdf - I Introduction Identify...

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I Introduction: * Identify the problem that must be solved. The millennial generation can’t afford to live on their own. *Cite a “direct quote” (APA) that proves the problem is real: “The steady rise in the share of young adults who live in their parents’ home appears to be driven by a combination of economic, educational and cultural factors.” (Fry, para. 5, 2013). *Propose two (2) viable Solutions: Companies hiring more young adults. A decrease in the price for college tuition. II Body Point: *Discuss one logical solution. Young adults could afford to live on their own if more jobs were available to them. *Provide a positive quote (APA) to support the solution. In 2012, Pew Research Center found that “71% of employed millennials have independent living arrangements” (figure 1, Pew Research Center). *Analyze using the Ashford PIE Method. Many employed millennials are able to live on their own but the amount of millennials with a job has extremely decreased.
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Unformatted text preview: III Body Point: *Discuss a second logical solution. An inexpensive college tuition would allow students to live on their own. *Provide a positive quote (APA) to support the solution. “Those enrolled in college were much more likely than those not in college to be living at home” (Fry, para.7, 2013). *Analyze using the Ashford PIE Method. College tuition is rising along with the amount of students living with their parents. IV Conclusion: By signing a petition to lower college tuition, you would allow millenials in college to afford an independent living situation. * Call to Action * Tell the audience what to do next. * For Example: Phone Call, Email, Letter, Petition, Advertisement, etc.… Works Cited Fry, Richard. “A Rising Share of Young Adults Live in Their Parents' Home.” Pew Research Center's Social & Demographic Trends Project, 28 July 2015, ents-home/#fn-17550-1....
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