Many of today’s young people feel their lives are more hopeless than Halcyon. Coaching can help them find a way to employment, says Camellia Dighé Many young people today feel they are facing a future without hope. Of course, the Halcyon days that some older people refer to, nostalgically recalling carefree days at school or a job with few responsibilities, are not the whole picture. The past 100 years alone have seen wars, domestic strife and troubled economies. So, are things so radically different for today’s young people? The global economic challenges and resultant job shortages,...

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