Cambodia: Addressing the Skills Gap - Employment Diagnostic Study
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Cambodia’s growth in the last 20 years has been remarkable and the lives of its people have improved substantially. But low-cost labor advantages on a narrow economic base have driven this growth. The country now needs to move beyond the four sectors that have dominated its economy: garment manufacturing, tourism, construction, and agriculture. Better education outcomes and higher-level skills are crucial for economic diversification and structural transformation and to sustain its inclusive growth.
- Economic Background
- Dynamics of the Cambodian Labor Market
- Constraints and Challenges for Productive Employment
- Policy Recommendations