Effect of TVET on labour productivity

“Education, vocational training and lifelong learning are central pillars of employability, employment of workers and sustainable enterprise development,” says the ILO.


Skill development is used by economies the world over to propel youth towards higher employability, increased labour productivity, income growth, and development. Skilling is also a powerful enabler to lift bottom-of-the-pyramid workers out of ‘survival mode’ towards decent work. And decent work provides equal opportunities for productive work that delivers a fair secure income in line with worker rights and social protection for their families…Read more

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