Pressure Builds For African Job Creation - Report

The annual African Economic Outlook Report which outlines short and medium-term forecasts on the main socio-economic factors such as jobs, reveals that the continent would have about 295 million new working-age people by 2030. The report suggests that approximately 12 million new jobs need to be created every year to prevent unemployment from rising."

  • Africa:   AfDB Says Pressure for Jobs to Intensify

    Citizen, 10 February 2019

    Africa's working-age population is expected to rise from 705 million in 2018 to nearly 1 billion by 2030, leading to higher unemployment in the continent, according to new report… Read more »

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