Young people in the United States are more likely to waste youth footwear sizes than those in other countries, according to a report released Wednesday by the U.S. Council on Homelessness.
In a report on youth shoe sizing, researchers say the problem stems from a shortage of affordable and quality footwear for younger people, and a perception that older folks are better equipped to care for older people.
The report found that youth shoe size was more commonly found in men’s sizes, and in the sizes smaller than the average.
It also found that young people are more often shopping at the mall for the smaller size than the more typical size.
The study found that in the age group of 15 to 24, the average youth shoe shoe size is 2 1/2 inches shorter than the standard shoe size.
But the report found the number of pairs of youth shoes that are actually worn by the same individual grew significantly from 2015 to 2017.
In 2016, there were 4,848 pairs of adolescent shoes in the U and Canada.
That’s an increase of nearly 1,300 pairs from 2015.
In 2018, the number was 3,099.
That is an increase by nearly 1.2 percent.
In 2019, the numbers were 3,749 and 3,961, respectively.
In 2020, the total number of adolescent shoe sizes was 7,847.
That increase was 1,074 pairs.
The researchers said they believe this trend is a result of the lack of support for the homeless population in the nation, and the general belief that older people are better able to care the elderly.
The United States has the second-highest percentage of people ages 65 and older in the world.
The United States also has the highest rate of people who are homeless, according the United Nations.
The National Coalition to End Homelessness, which advocates for homeless youth and families, said the study is a reminder that there is a significant need to address the problem of youth shoe and clothing sizes in the youth population.
The group also called on the government to work with companies to offer shoes and clothing in smaller sizes.