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Transforming the TVET Sector of Ghana: A focus on Transparency and Accountability

Business Ghana 30 Sep 2023
In Africa and Ghana in particular, TVET has been identified as a critical tool to address youth unemployment and partly contain instability ... In 2006, Henrik Urdal added to the debate suggesting that youth unemployment even makes countries more vulnerable ... from the youth group.

Females spur post-COVID-19 employment resurgence

Jamaica Observer 29 Sep 2023
Meanwhile, the number of unemployed persons in April 2023 fell by 19,700 or 24.3 per cent to 61,300 ... The number of unemployed youth, 14 to 24 years, decreased by 6,800 or 21.7 per cent to 24,600 ... Statin indicated that the female youth unemployment rate was 12.3 per cent, and 12 per cent for males.

Modi govt has crushed hopes, dreams of India’s youth leading to rising suicides: Congress

Kashmir Media Service 29 Sep 2023
The Congress has targeted the Narendra Modi government over the issue of unemployment alleging that it has crushed the hopes and dreams of India’s youth, leading to rising suicides among them ... According to a report from Azim Premji University, the Congress leader said, 42 per cent of graduates under 25 were unemployed in 2021-22.

‘Iraqis love life’: In conversation with Ala Talabani

Al Jazeera 29 Sep 2023
With a strong focus on women, youth ... Iraq’s economy has difficulty creating enough jobs for its youth, causing resentment and endangering plans for an economic recovery ... Because we have unemployment, … it’s difficult to try to make it so all youth can get jobs in the public service.

Public and private sector workers must be protected – TUC

B & FT Online 29 Sep 2023
Secretary-General of the Trades Union Congress (TUC), Dr ... views and reflections of the TUC’, Dr ... Dr ... It is not good.” ... Dr. Baah also holds the view this country needs a constitution that promotes participation of women in governance, reduces unemployment among the youth and, more importantly, deals with corruption in the public service ....

Commentary: A collapse of China’s economy would hurt many countries, including the US

The Lawton Constitution 29 Sep 2023
The country is grappling with a shrinking and aging population as a result of its one-child policy ... Furthermore, China’s youth unemployment rate reached a record high of 21.3% in June, prompting Chinese authorities to cease the release of age-related job data. By July, the surveyed unemployment rate in urban areas of China was reported to be 5.3% ... .

This year’s hottest tech IPO may be a transportation firm

Live Mint 29 Sep 2023
and JD.Com Inc., is struggling to adjust to the myriad challenges in ChinaConsumer demand has slowed, exports weakened, and an array of structural economic problems — from rising youth unemployment to a housing-sector downturn — is dampening sentiment.Yet Cainiao has done well to move independently of Alibaba ... .

Will the FTSE 100 crash in October?

The Motley Fool 29 Sep 2023
October fills some investors with dread, and I can see why. Historically, some of the biggest market crashes — 1907, 1929, 1987 — have occurred in this month ... It’s fair to say that the UK economy isn’t exactly motoring along ... The country is also battling high youth unemployment, lower foreign investment and slowing growth ... .

Cape music icons share insights of the industry in masterclass

Independent online (SA) 29 Sep 2023
If you’re keen to learn more about the entertainment sector, get yourself equipped with all you need to know from industry giants such as Chad Saaiman, Cameron Ward, Martin Myers and more ... He feels there is a strong to educate unemployed youth and school drop-outs with much-needed training and development in the music industry. He said ... Picture ... Where.

India’s not the China alternative Wall Street thinks

Asiatimes 29 Sep 2023
Photo ... OR ... China’s Communist Party is grappling with record youth unemployment, reported as high as 21% until authorities banned future readouts on the figure ... Photo ... They include poor infrastructure, inequality, chronic youth unemployment, high levels of private debt, a deterioration in balance of payments dynamics and underwhelming household demand.

Youth unemployment and China

Taipei Times 28 Sep 2023
China’s youth unemployment rate, after rising every month this year, reached a record high of 21.3 percent in June ... In the wake of these startling trends, the Chinese government has stopped publishing monthly youth unemployment data, triggering a stream of negative headlines about China’s economic “collapse.”.

J&K Unemployment Rate Declines to 5.2 Percent

Kashmir Observer 28 Sep 2023
Srinagar- The unemployment rate in Jammu and Kashmir has declined from 6.7 percent in 2019-21 to 5.2 percent in 2021-2022, according to a report by the Ministry of Statistics and Programme Implementation (MoSPI) ... He informed that there are around 2.5 lakh unemployed youth registered with the government in the UT of different age groups.

NESG Seeks Human Capital Devt to Tackle Brain Drain, Unemployment

This Day 28 Sep 2023
... the subject as a sub-theme, observed that the emigration of highly skilled professionals deprives Nigeria of valuable human capital assets, while high levels of youth unemployment hinder the utilisation of human capital, thus ultimately contributing to economic underperformance.

Industrialisation: The Ekumfi Juice initiative—a solution to the galamsey menace

B & FT Online 28 Sep 2023
... youths looking for a seemingly guaranteed way to quickly enrich themselves. The act is being driven by current unemployment among Ghanaian youth, especially among university graduates, and is continually causing the destruction of perfectly arable lands, forestry and water-bodies.

HC verdict on Group-I preliminary exam cancellation historic, says Madhu Yaskhi

The Hindu 28 Sep 2023
Question papers got leaked 12 times in the last few months, putting the unemployed youth in a dilemma’ ....

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