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Youth employability surveys in the Philippines: an integrative report

— theme: Child Labour and Youth Employment
— country: Philippines
— type: Surveys

The study found that while the desire to improve their lives through decent work was common to all demographic areas and social classes, various factors operate to thwart the goal of attaining decent work for many. These include gender, education, location, civil status, age and social class. There is no “one size fits all” policy that can solve this dilemma. Rather LGUs need to examine their local situation and craft policies and interventions that are specific to their local needs. This paper summarizes the findings of the survey across the different demographic areas and youth subgroups. It draws conclusions and makes recommendations for the future.

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