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Cambodia’s Future Jobs : Linking to the Economy of Tomorrow (Vol. 2) : Main Report (Inglês)

Jobs are an important part of Cambodia’s story of development success. There are eight million jobs in Cambodia, and eighty percent of Cambodian adults above the age of fifteen are working in contrast to 62.5 percent of adults in East Asia Pacific region. Cambodia will need to enact substantive reforms to secure more, better, and more inclusive jobs in the long term. Fundamentally, Cambodia needs to upgrade and integrate the two sides of its economy namely the exports sector, which includes foreign- owned (FDI) firms, and the domestic sector made up of household enterprises (HHEs) and small and medium enterprises (SMEs). Meanwhile, Cambodian workers need to increase their skills and ability to pursue the job opportunities that will materialize as these sectors increase their competitiveness.

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    Cunningham,Wendy, Hollweg,Claire Honore, Buba,Johanne, Chea,Marong, Lathapipat,Dilaka, Lee,Une J., Ong Lopez,Anne Beline Chua, Ly,Sodeth, Nguyen,Lan, Shrestha,Maheshwor, Sanchez Martin,Miguel Eduardo

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    Documento de Trabalho

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    Leste Asiático e Pacífico,

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    Main Report

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    hourly earnings; egra early grade reading assessment; small and medium enterprise; small and medium size enterprise; International Trade and Investment; export-oriented industry; female labor force participation; labor force participation rate; information and communication technology; income-earning activities; Technical and Vocational Education; Royal Government of Cambodia; international labor organization; higher returns to education; special economic zone; net effect; skill need; vocational education and training; household enterprise; minimum wage; unit labor costs; investment climate assessment; gender wage gap; global value chain; foreign direct investment; labor productivity growth; quality of job; return to education; agriculture and industry; average real wage; several background papers; female head; working age population; lack of integration; number of jobs; labor market distortion; term of productivity; barrier to woman; public sector job; opportunity for woman; skilled labor force; low trade barriers; work long hour; international commodity price; increase in knowledge; minimum wage hike; earnings of woman; minimum wage change; nominal minimum wage; jobs and growth; formal sector wage; engine of growth; global production network; social protection sector; export of goods; support for entrepreneur; total labor force; human resource development; skill and jobs; number of workers; private sector wage; source income; source of income; capital per worker; national poverty line; value added tax; low labor productivity; increase in consumption; inclusive jobs; wage worker; older worker; traditional sector; employment growth; sales growth; Exchange Rates; Job Creation; employment share; family farming; Young Workers; preferential access; trade costs; apparel sector; Job Quality; global integration; global economy; new job; domestic input; comparative advantage; policy option; productivity level; recent years; foreign investor; agricultural jobs; Self Employment; rural area; job growth; export market; business practice; wage earner; average wage; paid worker; trade pattern; household earning; positive impact; in family; wage employment; export sector; sectoral composition; employment elasticity; firm-level productivity; productivity gain; construction permit; capital intensity; multinational corporation; absorptive capacity



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