And young people are also telling me that they're worried about employment, that they won't be able to find a job.
And again, they're right. Every month, 10 million young people reach working age.
It's a staggering number. Some will go on for further education, but many will enter the workforce.
And our world is not creating 10 million new jobs each month.
The competition is fierce for the jobs that are available.
So, imagine being a young person today, needing a job, seeking a livelihood,
ready to build a future, and opportunities are hard to find.
Young people are also telling me that they're worried that they're not getting the skills that they need.
And again, they're right.
We are finding ourselves at a time in the world when the world is changing so fast for work.
We're in the fourth industrial revolution.
Young people do not want to be on the farms and in rural communities.
They want to go to the cities. They want to learn future skills for future work.
They want to learn digital technology and green technologies.
They want to have a chance to learn modern agriculture.
They want to learn business and entrepreneurship, so that they can create a business of their own.
They want to be nurses and radiologists and pharmacists and doctors.
And they want to have all of the skills that they'll need for the future.
They also want to learn the trades, like construction and electricians.
These are all the professions that a country needs, as well as the professions that have not been invented yet.