Increasing population levels, booming economy, rapid urbanization and the rise in community living standards have greatly accelerated the municipal solid waste generation rate (Minghua et al., 2009). Managing solid waste has been one of the biggest challenges in urban areas; from big cities to small towns to villages, management of solid waste poses a difficult problem. It is however strange that it receives little attention when compared to other major urban challenges. With the significant increase in solid waste management in urban cities, solid waste management is one of the main issues that need to be tackled immediately.
Youth unemployment. This is one of the major concerns for young people all over the world today, especially in the countries going through major economic crises.
According to the International Labor Organization, there are 75 million youths looking for jobs around the world today . However, it is not only unemployment that is affecting our fellow youngsters across the world. The precarious conditions in which they work involve low salaries and long hours, with interns feeling lucky to be paid since the increase of unpaid internships in which one works as a slave with only a “thank you” and a whisper from the boss hoping that this job will help you find better future opportunities. How are we, the younger generation, supposed to survive in a society ruled by plutocracy (money) if we cannot get a job?