A recent survey of 70,000 youths aged 16 to 35 in the ASEAN region revealed that 72% of youths showed evidence of adaptability and resilience during COVID-19 by learning pandemic resilience (48%), learning new skills (41%), thinking creatively (38%), or finding new sources of income (31%).

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