Work and Income for Young Men and Women in Africa: Case of Uganda
F. Ssenono, Vincent
African youth are at the core of its economic transformation given that two-thirds of its population consists of people below 35 years of age. As such, they constitute the largest group of labour market entrants that has a strong bearing on the development of the continent. However, despite having such human resources, African countries are dealing with rising unemployment among its youths, with unemployment being higher among female youths.