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Should a Year of Public Service be Mandated?
A Year of Public Service Should be Mandated.
It would push people out of their comfort zone, and teach them the skills of flexibility and adaptation.
People should not always get paid to get jobs done, especially ones that are vital and cannot be afforded. People can gain skills in budgeting and learning how to give freely too.
It would promote patriotism from a younger age, connecting people to a common cause of freedom and justice.
It would expand possible career opportunities.
It would allow easier access to graduate school programs.
This would be a severe violation of personal freedom.
Forcing people to volunteer is likely to cause antagonism, thus missing the desired purpose.
It could result in a culture shock.
Isolation from family could be a concern.
Public service can be mentally, physically, and emotionally challenging.
Should Obligatory Community/Military Service Be Introduced?
Should Developed Countries Reduce The Working Year?
Should U.S. military spending be cut in favor of other programs?