A growing number of young hunters and anglers are looking for work.
They want to make a difference in the lives of the communities they live in, but in the process, they are facing challenges that can have serious economic repercussions.
The United States has the highest rate of unemployed young people in the world, according to the National Center for Education Statistics.
That’s in part because many young people are struggling to find work, especially in remote areas.
“They’re finding jobs and they’re not getting paid,” said Paul Hagen, director of policy for the Young Hunters and Anglers of America, a coalition of about 1,000 youth groups.
“The average age of those looking for jobs is 26, and the unemployment rate is around 12 percent.”
The unemployment rate for young adults in the United States is 14.7 percent.
For those in their early 20s, it’s 9.2 percent.
And for those in middle age, the rate is 5.5 percent.
“These are people who have gone through high school and they’ve graduated from college and they have kids now,” Hagen said.
“They’ve gone through a lot of work, they’ve had a lot to go through.
So they’re looking for something that’s a little bit more of a change than just sitting on the couch.”
Hagen said he sees many young hunters with a hard time finding a job.
While hunting and fishing are some of the main jobs for young people, many people are also out of work due to health issues and other issues, including substance abuse.
“[Hunters] don’t feel like they have a voice, they don’t know what their rights are, and so when you’re dealing with this issue, you’re not going to get the kind of support that you need to be successful,” Hagan said.
Young hunters and fishermen have been the focus of an online petition calling on Congress to pass a “Hunters for Jobs Act,” a law that would help young people find work and give them more support and support systems.
The petition has received more than 10,000 signatures, and a spokesman for the petitioning group said they have received offers from several states.
It has also been the subject of a series of articles on the National Geographic website.
Hunters and angler advocates have also been vocal about what they say is a lack of training for young workers.
According to a 2016 report from the Federal Communications Commission, the vast majority of hunters and fishers have no formal hunting or fishing training.
In fact, one in five hunter and fisher jobs are not held by an American, the report found.
Hagen is optimistic that the petition will inspire more young people to get involved and get out and hunt and fish.
He said he wants young hunters to be the voice of young people.
“I’m really excited that this is going to happen,” Harnes said.
“We’re trying to make an impact.
We want to help young hunters who are struggling, to help them be successful, but also to get out into the woods and hunt.”