This study aims to arouse the interest of the lifelong education community for the second generation of multicultural youth who have entered adulthood. Employing a qualitative research method, voices of young adults were included and in-depth interview data were analyzed. Major finding shows that the learning life experiences of young people consist of vague learning activities and limited learning lives that are engulfed in career preparation. Second, their learning experience is process of resolving disjuncture within structural barriers. Third, their educational needs were focused on the desire for career planning for a better life. In the transition to a multicultural society, this study addresses re-constructing a comprehensive lifelong education system is significant that reflects the diverse needs of young adults with multicultural backgrounds.