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Synonyms for adult

grown-up

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  • grown-up
  • mature person
  • person of mature age
  • grown or grown-up person (man or woman)

fully grown

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having reached full growth and development

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Addressing the problem of poor adult numeracy skills is a complicated task.
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The 19.7 percent who were jobless in March 2019 consisted of 9.4 percent (4.5 million adults) who voluntarily left their jobs, 7.6 percent (3.6 million adults) retrenched, and 2.7 percent (1.3 million adults) first-time job seekers.
The latest joblessness rate is 2.5 percentage points lower than the 22.2 percent in June last year, and 4 points higher than the 13-year-low of 15.7 percent, or 7.2 million adults, recorded in December 2017.
The latest reading was 8.2 percent higher than the 15.7 percent (estimated 7.2 million adults) in the preceding three months and the highest since the 25.1 percent print in the last quarter of 2016.
As a whole in South Asia, the share of adults without an account rose by 23pc, to 70pc.
* adults arrive at a self-concept and need to be seen as capable of self-direction;
Also, more than 11 percent of Puerto Rican adults reported being unable to work due to health problems, compared to about 3 percent of Central and South American adults, about 4 percent of Cuban adults and about 5 percent of Mexican adults living in the U.S.
Young adults are key contributors to the nation's workforce and military services and, since many are parents, to the healthy development of the next generation.
It has also prompted growing interest in how young adults, who are only beginning to interact with credit markets and accumulate assets, have fared in the wake of the Great Recession.
An estimated 40 million Americans adults live their lives deprived of prosperity, pleasures, and the rewards of lifelong learning (Comings & Cuban, 2007).
In the first study, 119 older adults between the ages of 55 and 84 and 24 younger adults (average age 23) looked at 30 photographs of faces and rated them on how trustworthy and approachable they seemed.
Connecting with and seeking out young adults is our first and foremost priority.