We are the Youth Employment Initiative South Africa (YEISA)
The number one of the main South African Non Profit Organization to support the implementation of Youth Guarantee schemes Mainly In Job Creation network.
It was launched to provide support to young people living in Poverty Life where youth In south Africa are 70% unemployed.
What is creation of job opportunities?
Job creation refers to the process of providing new jobs, especially for people who were previously unemployed or inactive. Job creation is a key priority for all social and employment policy.
Which sector is best for job creation?
When it comes to possible long term solutions for unemployment, the private sector—which provides about 90 percent of jobs in developing countries—offers an excellent starting point.
What are the causes of youth unemployment?
Inadequate education and lack of productivity is costing jobs.
Unemployment increases progressively with decreased educational levels; and the education system is not producing the skills for the labour market. Labour supply is affected by the increase in the number of job seekers over the years.
What is the importance of job creation?
Hence the creation of productive employment opportunities is essential for achieving poverty reduction and sustainable economic and social development. It is crucial to provide decent jobs that both secure income and empowerment for the poor, especially women and younger people.
How do the youth get affected by unemployment?
Experiences of unemployed young people include lowering of self-esteem, a feeling of uselessness and a sense that life may be meaningless. Youth unemployment has a negative effect on the individual and the family, but also on the broader community in the form of serious economic and social consequences.
How can the government create more jobs?
Tax cuts create jobs by putting more money directly into the pockets of consumers and businesses. Discretionary spending creates jobs by directly hiring workers, sending contracts to businesses to hire workers, or increasing subsidies to state governments so that they don’t have to lay off workers.