Enrollment in postsecondary education, closing the skills gap, and finding a job are key pieces to solving the youth unemployment puzzle.
A full 12.6 percent—75 million—of young people around the globe are unemployed, but only 43 percent of employers say there are enough qualified entry-level applicants. The McKinsey Center for Global Governance turns the spotlight on what youth and employers say about three milestones critical to getting folks to work: enrollment in postsecondary education, closing the skills gap, and finding a job.
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