Unemployment is a major challenge that affects Ugandans at large but more especially women and the youth
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In 2013, youth (aged 15 to 24) in sub-Saharan Africa were twice likely to be unemployed compared to any other age.
The increase in populations is a challenge to all nations
President Yoweri Museveni yesterday used his New Year message to the youth.
Sseddyabane explained that graduates are currently facing challenges finding employment due to the high unemployment rates.
Unfortunately, some of these people prefer to earn from the pockets of others
'We were meant to go to Afghanistan three months after the training, but we have since waited in vain yet the company directors kept silent about the progress'...
The country’s levels of unemployment reduced from 3.04% in 2007 to 2.1% in 2017 as per the ILO statistical report 2017.
Over more than 40,000 young people graduate from Ugandan universities each year, yet the market can provide only 8,000 jobs annually.
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