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Four Recommendations to Screen Low-Income Youth Into Formal Employment

Making Cents International

You have 100 formal employment jobs to fill with high-potential, disadvantaged youth and ten times the number of applicants. What to do? Recommendations include the importance of a well-defined candidate competency profile, Managing candidates’ expectations of both the training program and the nature of the job, Scaling up youth development models requires standardization of all operational processes and learning from peers can support organizations to quickly implement improvements to their screening processes

Matchmaking In The Digital Age

Dalberg-Digital Sharing's Next Frontier

Thoughtfully designed digital sharing connects youth in emerging markets with employers that need immediate short-term work. Employers find freelancers through an online platform that aligns availability, pay, and skills with the task needed. The platform matches and verifies the identity of both parties, and facilitates the digital transfer of payments, IP, and confidentiality agreements as necessary. The freelancer provides high-quality work, and the employer pays, provides feedback, and rates their experience.

Five Powerful Ways to Harness Digital Technology to Curb Youth Unemployment

Dalberg Global Development Advisors

High youth unemployment is one of the biggest problems confronting advanced and developing countries alike. To ease the crisis, government policies and practices have focused on vocational education and financial provisions, but these measures have hardly made a dent. Fortunately, digital technology offers some solutions. While technological advances alone are never enough, a mix of regulation, investment and school integration can foster new technological solutions to the youth unemployment crisis.

Digital Jobs in Africa: Catalyzing Inclusive Opportunities for Youth

Dalberg, The Rockefeller Foundation

The positive economic impact of the Internet is well known. Mobile and Internet platforms have increased access to improved agriculture, education, health, and governance services by otherwise underserved communities. Beyond improving delivery of key social services, Information Communication Technology (ICT) is generating transformative growth – growth that creates sustainable pathways out of poverty.



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