In the rest of Luzon, adult
joblessness increased by two points, from 19 percent (3.4 million adults
) in December to 21 percent in March.
The survey also found that the adult
labor force participation rate declined from 71.4 percent (45.8 million adults
) in March to 68.3 percent (43.8 million adults
) in June.
cardiology implantable cardioverter defibrillator and cardiac resynchronisation therapy (adult
The latest reading was 8.2 percent higher than the 15.7 percent (estimated 7.2 million adults
) in the preceding three months and the highest since the 25.1 percent print in the last quarter of 2016.
There have been two other important sets of ideas about the nature of adult
learners and about how to teach them which undergirds this model's approach to preparing faculty and administration support accelerated learning.
In this article, we investigate recent trends in the financial circumstances of young adults
. Using individual-level data from household interviews in the triennial Survey of Consumer Finances (SCF) from 2001 to 2013, we examine the net worth of young adults
and divide the composition into specific assets and liabilities.
learners' participation and persistence in educational activities is a complex experience involving a range of factors (Wonacott, 2001).
Connecting with and seeking out young adults
is our first and foremost priority.
Ages: 16+ (six week school); 12-16 (four week school for young dancers); adult
(dance pros workshop)
If an adult
or student in your school or community makes you uneasy, heed your instincts.
What kinds of things would be important for an adult
meerkat to teach its pups?
By the time it's born, the baby is a third the size of an adult
- so huge the mother cannot move, breathe properly or even eat.
The greater deficit has been in social capital, with more parents, caring adults
, businesses and community members decoupling themselves from active participation in the education of today's students with teachers and administrators.
Furthermore, young bats interspersed elements of adult
territorial and courtship songs amid echolocation squeaks.
Library programs for very young children (birth through two years) and their adult
caregivers are common public library initiatives designed both to introduce caregivers to library resources for young children and to provide two conditions thought to enhance children's emergent literacy: a print-filled environment and "a caring adult
to introduce the child to literary pleasure" (Greene, 1991, p.