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|Title:||Sustainable youth let action plans for Sri Lankn youth unemployment issues|
|Publisher:||Faculty of Arts & Culture South Eastern University of Sri Lanka Oluvil # 32360 Sri Lanka|
|Citation:||Kalam, Research Journal of Faculty of Arts and Culture. Volume V. pp 39-47. December 2012|
|Abstract:||Youth unemployment has been recognized as a serious problem in Sri Lanka since the 1960's"[l]. In the labour market, youth experience discrimination and inequalities due to different factors such as class and status, geography and sector, gender, ethnicity and physical or mental disabilities. According to a recent study from the Ministry of Tertiary Education and Training "about 73% who had passed out as graduates were unemployed"! 10], Thus unemployment is a pressing problem in the country even among the "educated". Annually, around 150,000 youths enter the labour market: Hence, unless there are realistic sustainable development programmes, unemployment is bound to increase, exacerbating the present socio-economic problems in the country.|
|Appears in Collections:||Volume 05|
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