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Senegal : Looking for Work - The Road to Prosperity, Volume 2. Annexes

ACCESS TO CAPITAL ACCESS TO FINANCING ACCOUNTING ACTIVE EMPLOYMENT ACTIVE LABOR AGE GROUP ALTERNATIVE FINANCING APPLIED SCIENCES BALANCE OF PAYMENTS BASIC PENSION BENEFICIARIES BORROWING CALCULATIONS CAPITAL EXPENDITURE CHILD LABOR COLLATERAL COMPUTER SCIENCE CONSUMER CONSUMER PRICE INDEX CONTRIBUTION CONTRIBUTIONS CURRENT ACCOUNT CURRENT JOB CURRENT PRICES DEGREES DIRECT INVESTMENT DISABILITY DISABLED EARNING ECONOMIC ACTIVITIES ECONOMIC ACTIVITY ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT EDUCATION LEVEL EDUCATION LEVELS EDUCATION SYSTEM EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM EMPLOYABILITY EMPLOYER EMPLOYERS EMPLOYMENT EMPLOYMENT POLICY EMPLOYMENT PROMOTION EMPLOYMENT SERVICES EMPLOYMENT SITUATION EMPLOYMENT STATUS ENROLLMENT ENROLLMENTS ENTREPRENEUR ENTREPRENEURIAL SPIRIT EXCHANGE RATE EXCLUSION EXPENDITURES EXPLOITATION EXTERNAL EFFICIENCY FACILITATION FAMILIES FAMILY ALLOWANCES FEMALE EDUCATION FEMALE EMPLOYMENT FEMALE ENTREPRENEURS FEMALE PARTICIPATION FINANCES FINANCIAL DEVELOPMENT FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT FINANCIAL RESOURCES FINANCIAL SERVICES FINANCIAL SUPPORT FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT FORMAL EDUCATION FUTURE STUDENTS GENDER GENDER ISSUE GENERAL POPULATION GRADUATION RATE GREATER ACCESS GUARANTEE AGENCY HEAD OF HOUSEHOLD HIGHER EDUCATION HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTIONS HIGHER EDUCATION SYSTEM HOUSEHOLD SURVEYS HOUSEHOLDS HUMAN RESOURCES INCOME INCOME-GENERATING ACTIVITIES INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS INFLATION INFORMAL ECONOMY INFORMAL EMPLOYMENT INFORMAL SECTOR INFORMATION SYSTEM INHERITANCES INVESTING INVESTMENT CLIMATE INVESTMENT CLIMATE ASSESSMENT JOB CREATION KNOWLEDGE ECONOMY LABOR COST LABOR COSTS LABOR FORCE LABOR MARKET LABOR MARKET DEMAND LABOR MARKET EFFICIENCY LABOR MARKET INFORMATION LABOR MARKETS LABOR OFFICE LABOR PRODUCTIVITY LABOR RELATIONS LABOR STATISTICS LABOR UNIONS LARGE ENTERPRISE LATE PAYMENT LEARNING LIBERAL ARTS LOAN LONG-TERM EMPLOYMENT MANPOWER MATERNITY LEAVE MERCHANTS MICRO ENTERPRISES NATIONAL ECONOMY NEW BUSINESSES OCCUPATION OCCUPATIONS OPERATING COSTS PENSION PENSION PLAN PENSION SCHEME PENSION SYSTEM PENSIONS PERMANENT JOB PERMANENT JOBS PHYSICAL CAPITAL PRESENT VALUE PRICE INDICES PRIMARY EDUCATION PRIMARY LEVEL PRIMARY SCHOOL PRINCIPAL SOURCE PRIVATE ENTERPRISES PRIVATE HIGHER EDUCATION PRIVATE INSTITUTIONS PRIVATE INVESTMENT PRIVATE SECTOR PROBABILITIES PROBABILITY PRODUCTION UNITS PROFESSIONAL TRAINING PROPRIETORSHIP PROSPERITY PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT SERVICE PUBLIC EXPENDITURE PUBLIC FINANCE PUBLIC HIGHER EDUCATION PUBLIC SERVICE PUBLIC UNIVERSITIES PURCHASING POWER QUESTIONNAIRE RAPID GROWTH REAL ESTATE RESPONSIBILITIES RETIRED RETIREMENT RETIREMENT SAVING RURAL EMPLOYMENT RURAL WOMEN SALARIES SAVINGS SCHOLARSHIP SCHOLARSHIPS SCHOOLS SECONDARY EDUCATION SECONDARY SCHOOL SECONDARY SCHOOL GRADUATES SECONDARY SCHOOLING SELF-EMPLOYMENT SKILL LEVELS SMALL ENTERPRISE SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT SOCIAL PROTECTION SOCIAL SCIENCES SOCIAL SECURITY START-UP START-UPS STOCKS STUDENT BODY STUDENT LOAN STUDENT LOANS STUDENT REGISTRATION FEES SUBSIDIZATION SUITABLE EMPLOYMENT TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE TECHNICAL FIELDS TELECOMMUNICATIONS TEMPORARY JOBS TERTIARY LEVEL TRADE UNIONS TRAINING ACTIVITIES TRAINING CURRICULA TRAINING SUPPLY TUITION TUITION FEES TUITIONS UNEMPLOYED UNEMPLOYED PERSONS UNEMPLOYED POPULATION UNEMPLOYMENT UNION UNIVERSITIES UNIVERSITY DEGREE UNIVERSITY EDUCATION UNIVERSITY ENROLLMENTS UNIVERSITY RESEARCH UNIVERSITY TRAINING URBAN AREA URBAN AREAS VOCATIONAL TRAINING WAGE WAGE EARNER WAGE LEVEL WAGE RATE WAGES WOMAN WORKER WORKERS WORKING CONDITIONS YOUNG PEOPLE YOUTH EMPLOYMENT
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Washington, DC
Africa | West Africa | Sahel | Sub-Saharan Africa | Senegal
2012-06-08T19:41:40Z | 2012-06-08T19:41:40Z | 2007-09

This economic study comprises four parts. Part one analyzes the economic performance of Senegal with a view to understanding how an efficient labor market is an essential (but not sufficient) condition for achieving sustained and shared growth. This section focuses on the role of the labor market in (i) promoting a virtuous circle between economic growth and poverty reduction through equitable distribution of earned income (which is the main source of income for the Senegalese population, accounting for up to 3/4 of total resources, according to the results of the first household survey ESAM-I); and (ii) creating a competitive and dynamic private sector, as the wage bill accounts for a predominant share of the costs of Senegalese companies. The second part of the study focuses on the perspective of companies motivated by the objective of maximizing labor productivity to become as competitive as possible. The third part of the study presents the perspective of workers or that of the search for job security. The objective is to examine in detail whether the labor market is capable, not only of offering jobs to the majority of the population, but also whether this job provides sufficient income and conditions that allow workers to live free of poverty. The fourth and final part will summarize lessons learned from the previous parts.

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