Nowadays young people 15 to 24 find it difficult to land a job, and youth unemployment is a challenge on a global level. For those who do work, many are underemployed, work in informal sector, or are unpaid.
As labor markets become increasingly competitive, the need to give youngsters productive jobs becomes more imperative.
The only way out for addressing the challenge of youth unemployment is the investment in innovative education, skills development and training and entrepreneurial support.
Look at this infographic by the World Bank and find out more about facts concerning youth working in different developing countries’ labor markets.
Source: World Bank