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News Dreadful Effects of Youth Unemployment in AfricaYouth

Discussion in 'Biz News & Opinion' started by Dex, Nov 26, 2017.

  1. Dex

    Dex Founder Member

    Unemployment is defined as the unemployment of young persons, whose ages range from 15-24 years. An unemployed person can further be described as someone who does not have a job, but is actively seeking work.
    However, I order for a person to qualify as unemployed for official and statistical measurement purposes, an individual ought to be without employment, willing and able to work. Last but not least, the person ought to be of the designated working age and actively searching for work.
    Youth unemployment remains a menace for all governments in the African continent. It is not a new occurrence, since governments have been groping with the challenge and its adverse effects since time immemorial. Yet despite the recent strong growth, performance and budding economies of many African countries, youth unemployment remains a major political and socioeconomic challenge.
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