Quoting figures from the National Bureau of Statistics in 2019, Senator Ike Ekweremadu stated that Nigeria's unemployment rate stood at 23.1 per cent of the workforce in the third quarter of 2019.
Twenty-six years since the dawn of democracy and South Africa still has one of the world’s highest unemployment rates at 29%, accounting for around 6.7 million people.
Unemployment is a phenomenon that occurs when a person who is actively searching for employment is unable to find work. Unemployment is often used as a measure of the health of the economy. The.According to Statistics South Africa (Stats SA); South Africa's unemployment rate as recorded in the fourth quarter for 2013 is 24.1%. Stats SA also notes that unemployment levels have been fluctuating as reflected by their quarterly Labour Force Survey. Despite the fluctuations the data shows a strong upward trend. In the period between 2008 and 2013; the lowest level of unemployment was in.Orientation: South Africa is experiencing growth in its graduate labour force, but graduateunemployment is rising with the overall unemployment rate. Graduate unemployment isproblematic, because it wastes scarce human capital, which is detrimental to the economy inthe long run. Research purpose: This study explores the perceived causes of graduate unemployment fromthe perspective of the South.
Higher education in South Africa Nine South African universities feature in the top 700 of the QS World University Rankings for 2016. As a starting point, international students need to find out whether their qualifications from their home country will be recognised at a South African university before applying directly to their establishment of choice.
The project focuses on the contribution that universities can make to graduate employability in Ghana, Kenya, Nigeria and South Africa, and for comparative purposes, the UK. Emerging findings from the second year of the project — involving a survey of more than 5,000 final-year students, and interviews and focus groups in universities across the four Sub-Saharan African countries — have.
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At the same time, Makgalemele admitted that unemployment in general, including graduate unemployment remains a pressing challenge that the country has to contend with. Available figures show that from 1991 until 2010 Botswana unemployment rate averaged 18.10 percent, reaching an all-time high of 23.80 percent in December of 2006 and a record low of 13.90 percent in December of 1991.
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According to Statistics South Africa (Q4:2017), the average rate of unemployment in South Africa is 26.7 percent, with the Eastern Cape having the highest unemployment rates Statistics South.
Stats SA released South Africa’s latest unemployment rate for Quarter 1, 2020 on Twitter, revealing that it has increased to 30.1%. The tweet received 466 retweets and 255 likes. The latest.
According to Stats SA, the official unemployment rate increased by 1.0 percentage point to 30.1% in the first quarter of 2020 compared to the fourth quarter of 2019.
Figure 2 shows that from 2008 EU employment rates of recent graduates decreased during a period of five consecutive annual reductions, but in 2014 this rate showed signs of recovery (up by 0.7 percentage points compared to 2013). By 2019, the EU employment rate for recent graduates stood at 80.9 %, and is 0.9 percentage points below its relative peak in 2008.
The solution for unemployment is, of course, to create new jobs. In 2016, 50,000 to 110,00 jobs per month needed to be created to prevent the unemployment level from rising. When unemployment creeps above 6% to 7% and stays there, it means the economy can't create enough new jobs.
This statistic shows the unemployment rate in South Africa from 1999 to 2019. In 2019, the unemployment rate in South Africa was around 27.32 percent.