SA Urged to Create Enough Jobs

Millions of young South Africa are jobless and searching for work but they could not be employed because they lacked the requisite skills for the modern day work environment, says the World Bank
 

The World Bank says millions of young South Africa are jobless and searching for work but they could not be employed because they lacked the requisite skills for the modern day work environment.

The bank argues that, “Without enough jobs being created, South Africa is left with many of its unskilled and young facing the prospect of unemployment.”

The World Bank lead economist for South Africa, Catriona Purfield, adds that the unemployment rate is the highest in all the middle income countries at 25.4 percent, or a third if you include discouraged workers.

To read the article titled, “SA not doing enough to get young people into employment – World Bank,” click here.
 

Source: 
The Citizen

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