Trends in Youth of Pakistan

Youth is said to be the backbone of any nation. It is the immune system of the state. Youth is like blood circulation in the body, circulating and giving power. It is the oxygen of the country. Every era has proceeded towards improvements, advancements and developments and so is the case with the youth of Pakistan.

 

Youth of Pakistan want to do something for the country, they want to have modernism, advancement in their work, studies and all other activities they are involved in. There were times when people preferred similar things, cloths, cars, houses etc but youth is bringing change. They want things different which can make them stand out, look different and unique. One feels confident when someone tells that you look different. Youth of Pakistan in 21st Centaury want to do things which are fresh and original. Boys are more involved in personal grooming, and are more colourful than girls these days.

They have become brand conscious which is somewhat a negative thing when it comes to class differences but it is quite interesting to see that even boys and girls from middle and lower class do look pretty much same, with slight difference in their self confidence and self esteem. This is just because they have self awareness.

Another trend in youth is the interest towards education, music and at the same time they want to be professionals in their field of interest. This is one of the signs of improvements of any nation. Youth is the next generation who is going to come forward and look after the country and all other matters. It would relatively be a superior situation when our future leaders would be professional, sincere to their work and honest to their country.

Youth of Pakistan has a level of potential in every filed that one could take this country to the peak of developed countries. I have been in many countries around the globe, and found that Pakistan is really a heaven on earth. While living in London, going to university and during interaction with people of other nationalities I realised that the youth of Pakistan is unbeatable. We are talented, hardworking, educated and most of all we have the quality which others do not have, we have a passion to do something for Pakistan.

Another direction of youth is to step up and have courage to speak for cause. It has been noticed in last few years that youth of Pakistan is more involved in helping earthquake and flood victims. Several pages and groups on facebook have been formed which are exclusively designed to come up and help needy people. It seems that youth is becoming active in Pakistan which was never seen before. Girls and boys are interested in helping instead of getting favours for themselves.

Another improvement in youth of Pakistan is that they are coming up with very unique and excellent ideas when it comes to television, acting and direction. Some really extra ordinary work has been done by our new comers. Many other awareness programs have been organised as well.

It seems that youth want to take part in all those activities which could make Pakistan better. The attitude they had before for Pakistan has changed now. Girls have become more professional and independent.

We all hope to see a new and improved Pakistan in near future.

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