Welcome to the young adulthood map: 18-35

This map presents the factors that affect social mobility from the age of 18 to 35 on the individual’s level.
The map aims to answer the question: How can we enable young adults to realize their skills and abilities in an optimal manner, regardless of their background?
The map covers 11 factors that we need to influence, and the age group when each factor has the most effect.
The factors are divided into four categories: those that advance mobility – skills/abilities and resources; and those that impede it – health\emotional status and personal status.
Clicking on each factor will open an explanation including: definition, the factor’s connection to social mobility, the populations it affects in particular, and examples of successful programs and models of intervention.

Adolescence: 18-35

This map presents the factors that affect social mobility from the age of 18 to 35 at the individual’s level....
This map presents the factors that affect social mobility from the age of 18 to 35 at the individual’s level. The map aims to answer the question: How can we enable young adults to realize their skills and abilities in an optimal manner, regardless of their background?

Methodology

Factors Advancing Social Mobility:

Factors that, according to the Knowledge Map, advance social mobility

Resources

Skills/Abilities

Factors Impeding Social Mobility:

Factors that, according to the Knowledge Map, impede social mobility

Health/Mental health

Personal status

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