[00:10.41]In recent years,
[00:12.89]the issue of NEET has aroused nationwide attention.
[00:17.37]NEET refers to the group of the young people
[00:21.17]who are currently "not in education,
[00:24.15]employment or training",
[00:25.96]but just idling and living off their parents.
[00:29.57]To account for this phenomenon,
[00:32.24]people have come up with various reasons.
[00:35.29]To begin with,
[00:36.97]with the increased employment pressure in cities,
[00:40.33]a growing number of college graduates
[00:43.19]have difficulties in finding a job,
[00:45.68]let alone a good job.
[00:47.49]And then they feel very frustrated
[00:50.73]and give up looking for jobs.
[00:54.28]many of the young people are the only child
[00:57.47]in their families and get spoiled.
[00:59.84]They are psychologically dependent and prefer
[01:02.51]to be financially supported by their parents,
[01:06.00]instead of working hard. To solve this problem,
[01:10.17]there are at least two approaches.
[01:12.65]In the first place,
[01:14.58]college students need to develop their abilities
[01:18.46]to make themselves more competitive in the job market.
[01:23.00]parents should cultivate their children's
[01:26.09]sense of being independent mentally and financially.