National Youth administration was

a recovery for jobs for people from 16-

25.

 

 

 

June 26,1939- September 1943

 

National youth 

Administration 

Danielle Yount

why did nya end?

 

National youth administration (NYA) was a establishment in 1935 where the student work program eventually helped 2.1 million students or people ages 16-25 find jobs in school laboratories, libraries, and playgrounds; at wages ranging from a

maximum of $6 per month for secondary pupils to $30 per month for graduate students.  As unemployment decreased and war approached, emphasis was gradually shifted to training youths for war work until, early in 1942, all NYA activities not contributing to the war effort were dropped. Its activities ceased late in 1943.

 

 

In 1943 the national youth administration ended because of conflict with national and political criticism 

What is national youth administration?

  • Franklin Delano Roosevelt born January 30th, 1882
  • Young Franklin was an only child of very wealthy parents; he grew up on an estate in New York’s Hudson Valley.

  • Franklin and Theodore were related, they were fifth cousins, so they had the same great-great-great-great-grandparents.

  • Franklin was also related to his own wife. Eleanor Roosevelt was Theodore Roosevelt’s brother’s daughter.

  • Franklin was taught at home on the family estate until the age of 14, when Franklin was sent to prep school at Groton. He later went to Harvard

  • He was editor of the college newspaper, graduated in three years, and later passed his bar exam (after attending Columbia) without finishing his law degree.

  • When Roosevelt ran for president in 1932, it wasn’t his first appearance on a presidential ticket. In 1920, he ran for vice president on the unsuccessful Democratic ticket that featured James Cox as president.

  • He was one of the longest presidents to be in office

  •  brought us out of depression

  • died april 12th, 1945.

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National youth administration effects on the economy:

 

Unemployment rate- decreased/ 4.7%

Government spending- increased to $568B in 1943

Income-  Average Cost of new house $3,600.00; Average wages per year $2,000.00; Cost of a gallon of Gas 15 cents; Average Cost for house rent $40.00 per month.