Youth Employment Problems

A Discussion of Policy Issues with Special Reference to the African Experience

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This paper reviews and assesses policy issues which may influence youth employment particularly in Africa.



Case Studies of Some Existing Strategies for Employment and Training of Youth

Most African countries including Tanzania, Mauritius, Botswana and Kenya are agreed that to control the cost of labour would reduce the search by the most active economic sectors for capital intensive techniques. They would move towards more labour intensive techniques, lead to fair distribution of national income and hold down costs and prices of goods.


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