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February 16, 2016 ; (All day) EST
To be considered as a presenter at the 10th annual Global Youth Economic...
February 25, 2016 ; 10:00am EST
According to Eurostat’s latest figures, 23.296 million men and women in...
By: Marcus Haymon and Rachna Saxena
Originally published by Next Billion. Five million. That’s how many jobs our global economy needs to create each month to absorb everyone entering the job market in the next decade. Based on today’s numbers, nearly half those jobs will be for youth. But instead of gaining jobs, the global economy remains sluggish and low-skilled jobs are increasingly lost to automation. In Spain and Greece, youth unemployment rates have reached nearly 50 percent, and in Tunisia, where the Arab Spring started, the youth unemployment rate hasn’t budged from over 30 percent since the protests. High youth unemployment is one of the biggest problems confronting advanced and developing countries alike. To ease... Read more
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Original post: Atlas corps Apply now for a Paid, Overseas Fellowship with Atlas Corps! Seeking Global NGO Leaders for Paid Fellowship in U.S Priority...
Meeting the needs of the global youth population requires evidence-based, scalable, and sustainable...
How character is formed has been a topic of interest for a long time, but if we are to guide children and...
The first Workforce Connections book review, by Kiera Derman of FHI 360, assesses the implications of Paul...