Tag: Worldbank Youth Report 2014

More Productive Jobs for Africa’s Youth Vital for the Region’s Economic Progress, says New WB Report

WASHINGTON: 2014/298/AFR – With more than half of Sub-Saharan Africa’s population now under the age of 25, and as many as 11 million young Africans expected to join the labor market every year for the next decade, creating millions of productive, well-paying jobs will be vital to boost economic growth, significantly cut poverty, and create shared prosperity in Africa, according to… Read more →