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Nigeria - Skills for competitiveness and employability (Inglês)

This policy note is a diagnostic of the state of Nigerian skills and human capital. It seeks to understand the kinds and levels of human capital that Nigeria possesses to support its efforts toward economic competitiveness over the next two decades. It also looks at inefficiencies of the Nigerian skills-building system, including the barriers to growth, barriers to sharing prosperity, and presents policy recommendations and actions to overcome these constraints. The policy note offers key insights into the drivers of the labor market, the underlying analysis of why Nigeria has been unable to reduce its poverty rate over time, the jobs landscape, and the drivers, dimensions, and directions for skills development to transform the Nigerian economy. The emphasis is on directions for public sector responsibility and public-private partnerships. The study reinforces the nexus between the jobs and the employability. Finally, it provides the analytical bases and policy and programmatic directions for the government of Nigeria in keeping with the World Bank country partnership strategy (FY2014-17).


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    Favara,Marta, Appasamy,Irajen, Garcia,Marito H.

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    Nigeria - Skills for competitiveness and employability

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    Demographic and Health Survey;information and communication technology;transition from school to work;Technical and Vocational Education;small and medium enterprise;school to work transition;changing labor market requirement;Massive Open Online Course;labor market information system;gender gap in education;agency for international development;federal government of nigeria;federal system of government;analytical and advisory;literacy and numeracy levels;demand for skill;gnp per capita;return to education;skill development;private sector provision;economic sector;barriers to growth;international development partner;vocational education curriculum;construction of road;development of infrastructure;purchasing power parity;technical vocational education;basic education system;public works program;Early Childhood Development;labor market success;education and literacy;collaboration between university;Oil and Gas;finance and markets;Poverty and Equity;high illiteracy rate;rate of illiteracy;unemployed labor force;informal sector worker;junior secondary school;senior secondary education;primarily due;tertiary education institution;accountability for results;Access to Education;Poverty &Inequality;stakeholder consultation workshop;quality assurance mechanism;trade and investment;quality of education;attendance in school;school attendance rate;lack of skill;federal government budget;Service Delivery Indicators;labor market outcome;human resource development;full time job;business process outsourcing;formal training program;Oil &Gas;upper secondary education;regard to population;Vocational Training;education level;job market;cognitive skill;technical college;wage worker;vocational skill;Higher Education;qualified teacher;educational level;demographic dividend;qualifications framework;illiterate population;Informal Economy;primary grade;regional disparity;employment outcome;tertiary level;unemployment rate;productive work;job placement;skill need;Job Creation;institutional framework;economic competitiveness;learning material;private industry;fab labs;traditional apprenticeship;professional development;academic track;supply market;skill profile;young population;increase productivity;federal level;job experience;innovative program;job skill;market failure;school attainment;globalized economy;existing barrier;numeracy skill;literacy level;skill upgrading;problem-solving skill;Technical Training;teacher assessment;school grant;illiteracy gap;Cash Transfer;technology center;economic powerhouse;effective training;comparator country;global standard;professional association;certification system;vocational qualification;largest groups;global market;high employment;electrical trade;paradigm shift;tax break;cultural barrier;school readiness;learning resource;research institution;innovation center;job opening;private investor;school scholarship;financial mean;manufacturing sector;creating incentives;skilled workforce;agricultural sector;future workforce;labor productivity;Job Matching;policy formulation;minimum level;competitive funds;banking sector;private company;public provider;Macroeconomic Management;learning program;informal education;central agencies;professional skill;agricultural productivity;market relevance;innovative design;total enrolment;job qualification;earnings increase;private venture;infrastructure sector;vocational school;formal skills;cognitive ability;industrial area;monthly income;light manufacturing;development system;research institutions;Skills Deficit;short-term training;secondary level;market condition;equitable access;external efficiency;curriculum design;gender inequity;comprehensive strategy;traditional skill;focused training;institutional governance;accreditation system;finding work;technical school;wage sector;system governance;farm sector;employment structure;industrial sector;limited capacity;institutional constraint;supply side;applicable law;multiyear programmatic;household enterprise;apprenticeship program



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