Job Matching for Youth in Asia and the Pacific: A Transitions Approach for Positive Labor Market Pathways
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This report analyzes ways to match youth in Asia and the Pacific with quality jobs and shows why approaches that consider nonlinear transitions into and within the labor market can help underpin productivity and social progress.
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Noting some four out of five young people in the region work informally, it reviews job matching models including commercial and government online platforms, digital bootcamps, and corporate-funded programs. It explains how governments can play an instrumental role, assesses how the private sector reaches untapped markets, and why blended job matching strategies can improve transitions and drive inclusive youth employment.
- Role of Job Matching in Youth Employment Transitions
- Framework for Youth Employment Transitions
- Review of Youth Job-Matching Models in Asia and the Pacific
- Findings and Recommendations