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The global youth employment crisis

The global youth employment crisis

The global youth employment crisis has implications for social stability and equality that exceed anything we have experienced in our history.

1.3 billion youth are about to attempt to enter the workforce. As more entry-level jobs are automated, businesses and policymakers need to work together to ensure young people have the skills they need.

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Creating a global or national verification system enables employers to identify the most useful skills for their current employees and set up new hires for success by indicating what additional training they should consider.

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