29 April 2014

Tunisia: Survey Says 18 Percent of Youth Aged 19-25 Drop-Outs, Jobless

Tunis — A report that provides analysis of the results of a survey on youths' transition to the labour market was presented, on Tuesday, in Tunis.

The survey was conducted by the National Institute of Statistics (INS) on a sample of 3,000 youth; the National Observatory for Employment and Qualifications (ONEQ) undertook to evaluate data, in collaboration with the International Labour Organisation (ILO).

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