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Asian Century Institute - Job market problems in Asia

submitted 2 months ago, Tuesday, Oct 3, 2017, 01:03:09 by daniel.cornelissen in Careers / Work
A number of job market problems -- like labor unrest, youth inactivity, rising inequality, skills shortages and widespread informality -- are holding back East Asia's development.
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