Today’s children are living under more pressure from the society than children in the past. To what extent do you agree or disagree with this opinion?

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pressure
in
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life compared to young people in the past. The impending essay will discuss the same with a logical conclusion. The current competitive
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market has resulted in a drastic increase in the amount of
pressure
from both schools and parents leading to enhanced stress levels
particularly
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among preadolescents and adolescents.
This
has been evidenced by a recent study published by the
University
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of Toronto
concluding
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that over the past half a century, the number of Canadian teenagers suffering from anxiety and depression
has
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increased by approximately 25%. The modern pace of scientific invention, innovation and discovery has contributed to a significant increase in the
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of
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required by the current generation of children to invest in learning the latest technological developments.
As a result
, the modern child is confronted by the constant challenge of updating and upgrading their skills to keep up with these incessant changes. Based on a recent survey by
the
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Science Weekly magazine, over the
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quarter century, the pace of technological development especially in the field of computer science has doubled affecting the school curriculum and increasing the
pressure
on students around the world. To
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concluce
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young generation felt less
pressure
compared to
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todays'
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children.
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