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Job Seekers Lack Access to Resources and Job Opportunities

Job seekers living in remote or rural areas may lack access to the key tools (e.g. computers, printers, internet connection), financial resources, and mobility options they need to find a steady job.

Many Job Seekers Have Weak Search Capabilities

Job seekers are often not able to search for opportunities. Then, when they find an opportunity, weak CVs and interview skills hinder their success. Most youth lack preparation and understanding of how to best prepare for an application.

Youth Often Lack Job Skills and Experience

Job opportunities often do not align with the experience or skills job seekers have.

Government Regulations

The International Labour Organization finds that too much or too little regulation leads to poor employment outcomes. Rather...

Innovative Financing Mechanisms

Students face enormous financial pressures, from day-to-day expenditures to loan repayment, and these pressures come with real...

Public Awareness Campaigns

Jobseekers and employers often face information gaps that keep them from understanding one another’s needs. Targeted awareness...

Digital Self-Employment

The global economy needs to create five million jobs each month to absorb the one billion people that will enter the job market...

Customizable Education

Skills mismatches are the second largest driver of youth unemployment in Africa. Traditional education systems are not keeping...

Apprenticeships

A staple of professional growth for centuries, an apprenticeship is a time-tested concept that gives youth the opportunity to...

Soft Skills Certification

In today’s shifting labor market, soft skills such as critical thinking, creativity, collaboration, and communication are key to...

Employer Partnerships

Countries with the lowest youth unemployment rates have one thing in common: a close connection between education and work. To...