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Skills and Employability in Mozambique : Implications for Education and Training Policies

SKILLS SCHOOL SYSTEM UNEMPLOYMENT RATES PRIMARY STUDENTS BASIC EDUCATION FORMAL EDUCATION PRIMARY SCHOOL AGE CHILDREN TEACHERS SCHOOLING INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS DIRECT COSTS OF EDUCATION TUITION EARLY CHILDHOOD DEVELOPMENT NUMERACY ENROLLMENT GROUPS LEVELS OF EDUCATION LIFE SKILLS PRIMARY GROSS ENROLLMENT SCHOOL LEAVERS LEARNING ACHIEVEMENTS INTAKE RATES EDUCATION VARIABLES TRAINING PROGRAMS ENTREPRENEURIAL SKILLS GENDER DISPARITY COMPLETION RATE EXAMS ACCESS TO EDUCATION LITERACY KNOWLEDGE COMPLETION RATES UNIVERSAL PRIMARY EDUCATION PRIMARY SCHOOL COMPLETION QUALITY OF EDUCATION TRAINING EDUCATION POLICIES TEACHER TRAINING PARTNERSHIPS EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT PRIVATE SCHOOLS CHILD DEVELOPMENT PRIMARY SCHOOLING SCHOOL UNIFORMS LOW LEVELS OF EDUCATION VOCATIONAL EDUCATION LEARNING SCHOOL QUALITY PRIMARY SCHOOL ORPHANS PRIMARY GROSS ENROLLMENT RATE TEACHING GROSS ENROLLMENT PRIMARY COMPLETION RATES RETENTION RATE RETENTION RATES PRIMARY SCHOOLS COSTS OF EDUCATION NON-FORMAL EDUCATION VOCATIONAL TRAINING PRIMARY COMPLETION SKILLS TRAINING TEACHER EDUCATION SCIENCE FEE ABOLITION SCHOOLS INTAKE RATE SCHOOL ATTENDANCE PARTICIPATION CURRICULA LEARNING OUTCOMES UNIVERSAL ACCESS ENROLLMENT RATE AGE GROUPS PRIMARY SCHOOL AGE GER CAMPAIGNS ACCESS TO PRIMARY SCHOOLING PRIMARY SCHOOL LEVEL YOUTH GENDER DISPARITIES NUTRITION SCHOOL RETENTION MANUALS CURRICULUM NEW ENTRANTS BASIC LITERACY COGNITIVE SKILLS EDUCATION PROGRAMS CHILDREN QUALITY EDUCATION EDUCATION PRIMARY LEVELS INVESTMENT TRAINING OPPORTUNITIES VOCATIONAL SKILLS BASIC NUMERACY RURAL AREAS BASIC SKILLS TRAINING OF TEACHERS CHILDHOOD DEVELOPMENT YOUNG PEOPLE GIRLS PUBLIC SCHOOLS STUDENTS CHILD LABOR PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS TECHNICAL EDUCATION INTERVENTIONS FUNCTIONAL SKILLS QUALITY ASSURANCE FEES PRIMARY EDUCATION SCHOOL AGE CHILDREN WOMEN TEACHER ABSENTEEISM CLASSROOM REPETITION RATES ADULT LITERACY PARTICIPATION RATES HUMAN DEVELOPMENT RETURNS TO EDUCATION OUT-OF-SCHOOL CHILDREN SCHOOL TUITION
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World Bank, Washington, DC
Africa | Mozambique
2015-06-30T17:16:39Z | 2015-06-30T17:16:39Z | 2015-04

Mozambique is experiencing significant population growth with a growing number of youth (ages 15-34) into the labor market. The surge of the raw number of individuals, particularly young people, opens both challenges and opportunities: challenges, because of the need to create sufficient jobs to employ new entrants; opportunities, because if well managed, the country will benefit from a young, dynamic labor market where innovations and creative activities serve as an engine of growth, driving up per capita income and standards of living. The paper is organized as follows. The first two sections describe the supply and demand side diagnostics of the labor market, respectively, by analyzing the profiles of workers and by examining where jobs are being created. The next section discusses the determinants of employment, type of work, and earnings. Based on this analysis of the trends and labor market outcomes, the last section identifies and discusses key areas of policy interventions.

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