Yes, your grammar and mechanics are correct in this sentence. One small issue though; if this is for an academic piece, it's generally best to avoid the second-person voice (you/your/you're/you'll). This is because second-person referents can be a bit vague, and more importantly, it's too informal because you sound as though you're directly speaking to the reader, and you can't assume readers agree with you.
I think your sentence reads nicely as it is, and it is grammatically correct, but if you're unsure whether second-person voice is appropriate, I'd stick to third-person referents such as "people," "he/she/they," or "individuals" etc.
Nov 23rd, 2014
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