Themes Tackling Youth Unemployment

Globally, 75 million young people are unemployed, but businesses can't find enough skilled workers to fill job vacancies. How can a country tackle the Education to Employment challenge?
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On December 10, 2012, thought leaders from Bogota, Geneva, Delhi, and Washington, DC, came together to discuss Education to Employment

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Massive open online courses can now reach millions around the world. This new way of teaching and learning is poised to usher in a new system of credentialing that may compete with college degrees within a decade.

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Realizing Arab youth potential through education that leads to improved employment prospects. This is an IFC-Islamic Development Bank report based on the findings of a study done by McKinsey & Company.

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