Citizen formed in 2009 with members located in Michigan and Ohio. The group released a handful of singles and an EP, Young States (2011). In March 2012, it was announced the band signed to Run for Cover.
On April 23, 2013, Youth was announced for release.Youth was released on June 11 through Run for Cover. On the same day, a music video was released for "The Summer". In November and December, the band went on tour with Polar Bear Club, Diamond Youth and Sainthood Reps. On December 4, a music video was released for "How Does It Feel?", directed by Rob Soucy. In March and April 2014, the band supported The Wonder Years. In September and October, the band went on tour. On October 6, 2014, a music video/UK Tour video for the second track, "Figure You Out", was released.
After 2000's Blender both Ed and Dean Roland went through divorces. The band attempted to work through these circumstances and, according to Dean, at one point had enough material for two CD's. However said material was darker and the band wanted the songs to have "a more positive, 'light at the end of the tunnel'-type vibe " The band eventually scrapped the material and completely started over.
All tracks written by Ed Roland, except where noted.
There have been various intervention initiatives in Nigeria to address youth unemployment, such as YouthEmpowerment Agricultural Program (YEAP), the FADAMA youth program, and Ogun Women and Youth Empowerment Scheme (OGW-YES).
Agriculture has become an integral part of many Namibian youths despite the challenges, gradually becoming a career option ... "Namibia's agriculture sector remains a lucrative economic sector that has so much potential to create substantial new sustainable jobs for youth to reduce the growing youth unemployment rate," she said.
The people complained about service delivery issues including the lack of water, electricity and high unemployment among their grievances ...Malema slammed PresidentCyril Ramaphosa for saying the reason for the high unemployment was because the youth lacked skills.
... see how we leverage off of your deep skills,” he told attendees at the Springboard-Ghana Cares YouthDialogue held at the University of Professional Studies, Accra. He stressed that the current most prominent issue facing African governments, Ghana included, is youth unemployment.
Praising the Kamyab Jawan Program of the incumbent government, he said we are supporting this program in order to bring youth forward to become part of the solution of future challenges ... If large number of youth is unemployed and disenfranchised, it becomes a risk for any country.
Instead, Ramaphosa focused on campaigning when he visited Tshwane with just over two weeks before the November 1 local government elections ... To those responsible, Lesufi said ... We will find them.” ... People are complaining about the lack of houses, water, electricity and unemployment ... Ramaphosa said the ANC was working to create jobs for the youth.
He said that Prime MinisterImran Khan adopted smart lockdown policy against COVID pandemic which helped in keeping industrial wheel running and created millions of job opportunities for unemployed youth.
According to the report, the company in perpetuating the scheme, recruited hundreds of youths including some from neighbouring Togo, Nigeria and the Ivory Coast... A number of desperate unemployed youth well-dressed with some in suit and tie were found seated under tents in the house.
A number of desperate unemployed youth well-dressed with some in suit and tie were found seated under tents in the house ... Over hundred youth were seen ... “QNET’s entrance into Ghana is opening the space up for more entrepreneurial opportunities for the youth and Ghanaians in general”.
The level of unemployment in J&K can be gauged from the fact that for mere 8575 class-IV posts advertised by J&K Services Selection Board (SSB) in June 2020, tens of thousands of highly educated unemployed youth applied.
Vishmanath while speaking during the World Bank virtual media briefing titled ‘Good jobs for a new generation’, held yesterday reiterated the need to bring Nigerian youth out of unemployment and underemployment through a well-streamlined system of regulating the evolution of micro-enterprises.
I have repeated many times that Pakistan’s current youth bulge has the makings of an organic crisis the likes of which neither the establishment nor mainstream politicians have encountered before ... The brutalised Baloch and other peripheries offer cautionary tales about the perils of disaffected youth.