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    Digital revolution and its impact on Youth Unemployment Introduction In all facets of life young people can be potentially viewed as being particularly vulnerable, and across the world more and more young people are experiencing a soar in youth unemployment. It is fair to surmise that the longer young people are not engaging in employment opportunities, problems in society can and will become more self evident now and into the foreseeable future. It must be stated from the outset that the internet

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    YOUTH UNEMPLOY MENT IN NIGERIA SOLVING THE PROBLEMS FROM THE ROOT SOLVING THE PROBLEMS FROM THE ROOT TABLE OF CONTENTS ✓ ABSTRACT ✓ INTRODUCTION ✓ THE EFFECTS OF YOUTH UNEMPLOYMENT IN NIGERIA ✓ CAUSES OF YOUTH UNEMPLOYMENT ✓ LIFE INVESTORS FOUNDATION: INTRODUCTION ✓ THE WORK PLAN • ENTERPRISES • WORK STUDY • RESEARCH ACADEMY ✓ OTHER STRATEGIES • ANTICORRUPTION TEAM • COLLATERAL BOARD • RESOURCE AND INFORMATION CENTRE

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    social analysis to further analyze the issue of youth unemployment. After having a group discussion we have come to a conclusion that this model will allow us to get a deep understanding of the impact that social institutions have on our dominant ideologies and how they are framed through the influence of different institutions. Youth unemployment is an extremely important issue in today’s society and time because over the past decade, youth unemployment has been rapidly increasing and is starting to

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    Youth Unemployment in Nigeria INTRODUCTION Nigeria is the most populous country in Africa and the eighth most populous country in the world with a population of 154, 729,000 citizens. Our nominal GDP is $207. 116 billion and we have a nominal per capita income of $1, 4011. Nigeria also has the second largest economy in Africa. If I may ask, is this country not blessed? Yet, it is still plagued by youth unemployment which had been one of our major problems in recent years. Both government and

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    adds to other financial burdens that also exist in a youth’s life. Even though unemployment is found across the globe and is affecting people of all ages, the fact of the matter is that the new generation looking for jobs are those that have the most trouble finding work; ultimately, youth unemployment is a rising concern that may lead to social unrest, economic issues, and personal health problems. Youth unemployment is the cause of many negative factors contributing to uneducated adults and the

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    Schuberth Mr. Kyle Burkett Level 9 Reading & Writing 22 February 2017 Youth in Unemployment in Saudi Arabia Unemployment is a phenomenon that occur in any country across globe. It considers as very essential topic because its effects on the country. The unemployment rate is one of the most prominent issues discussed today by politicians, news commentators, and economists. Therefore, higher unemployment rate between youth could affect the economy, politics, and other factors. Many countries

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    Introduction Youth unemployment has been a constant problem in Australia for decades. In Treasurer Scott Morrison and the Coalition’s 2016-17 budget, a new plan focusing on helping young people join the workforce aims to drastically lower the youth unemployment rate over the next few years: the ‘Youth Jobs PaTH Program’. The $752 million dollar program aims to help up to 120,000 vulnerable young people over the next four years (Budget 2016-17, Queensland Government). However, there is a concern

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    Question How can the high levels of What are potential solutions for high youth unemployment in Australia be solved, and what are its implications on inequality for young Australians? I. Introduction High levels of unemployment have many negative effects, including rising inequality, which is a major issue in developed economies such as Australia (REF). Income, and wealth inequality are the two main types of inequality examined in economics. Income Distribution Income distribution refers to how

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    Youth unemployment and its effects of the Development in Africa The United Nations defines youth as, persons between the ages of 15-24. Unemployment is defined as the state in which a person does not have a job. It is also a frequently cited measure to determine the state of development in an area of interest. Young people aged between 15 and 25 make up 60% of Africa’s population. That figure translates to 200 million youth, and that number is projected to double by 2045. This means

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    The proposed policy by the government is the Youth Jobs PaTH (Prepare Trial-Hire) Programme. PaTH aims to help individuals to become skilful and prepared when joining the labour force.1 The two current policies to reduce youth unemployment are: The Job Commitment Bonus, which is a policy that rewards youths up to $4000 for 2 years of work. The aim of this policy is to increase the supply of workers by receiving benefits when keeping a job. 2 These individuals are thrown into the workforce with no

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