Unemployment frustrates South Africa’s educated graduates
Unemployment frustrates South Africa’s educated graduates Unemployment frustrates South Africa’s educated graduatesWhen I was doing my, can you go to school, you go to school, go to school and then once you’re qualified you slept with a horse certificates that you can actually use by. Then you can see within the public sector that contribution both public and private sector. A whole lot: how do I encourage my children to go to school when they can see me struggling with all these qualifications so much, but you still working a job A quarter of a century into democracy and South Africans, even highly skilled individuals, are finding it hard to get jobs. Officially 27.1 percent of the country’s employable people are jobless, with the youth unemployment rate hovering at 53 percent, ranked among the highest in the world. With national elections upcoming, some feel like they have been duped into believing education is the answer to their poverty.