We’ve all been there.
We wish that we had a better hold of our finances.
We wish we knew how to change the oil in our car.
We wish we knew how to meal plan for the week and stick with it.
Let’s face it, adulting is hard and it’s especially hard on young adults.
Many of the young adults in our community are lacking the knowledge of basic life skills. According to a study by FINRA Investor Education Foundation, 60 percent of adults in the US do not have a strict budget and/or have some type of credit card debt. The online job search engine found that 25 percent of adults didn’t know what to include on a resume. A study done in 2018 by Tufts University found that 28 percent of adults didn’t know how to cook.
“These are skills that adults need for long term success,” said Danny Lough, Davie County 4-H Extension agent. “However,…