AKHP Public Lecture, Khorog: Youth and Unemployment: Challenges and Solutions
April 30th 2019, 2:00 pm
Dean, Faculty of Economics
Khorog State University
Today, our planet’s population includes almost two billion young adults and teenagers. Most of these young people come from emerging nations, and they can either make their home countries as new world leaders, or destroy them.
These days the high unemployment rate among young adults is an undeniable fact, and unemployment in general is one of the most pressing socio-economic problems of the modern age. Young specialists fail to adequately assess their skills, overestimating their value in the labour market. The situation which occurred in the labour market during the recent recession, deteriorated the competencies that the workforce had to offer and decreased the number of available job openings, thereby significantly reducing the opportunities for young adults to fulfill their potential and apply professional skills. The labour market still suffers from scarcity of qualified specialists.
Meanwhile, these problems have potential ways out. This lecture will propose major solutions for unemployment among youth.
Marziya Shoiddarvozova is an Economist with 20-years of teaching experience. She graduated from Khorog State University, and upon graduation in 1997, and started teaching at the University. In 2005, she defended her candidate thesis on “Free Economic Zones as a Form of Attracting Foreign Investment into the Economy of the Republic of Tajikistan”. Ms. Shoiddarvozova has been acknowledged as an “Excellent Worker of Education”. She completed numerous courses and workshops to improve her teaching and research work. Her major research interests include labour markets, unemployment, and the attraction of foreign investments.
Candidate of Philosophical Sciences
Head of the Department of Philosophy and Political Studies
Khorog State University
The lecture will be delivered in Russian.
Ismaili Centre in Khorog
132 Shotemurov Street
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Ideas presented in this lecture reflect the personal opinion of the speaker and do not necessarily represent the views of the University of Central Asia and/or its employees.