Q&A: Jobs for young Africans—new data tool reveals trends and red flags

An estimated 23.6 million young Africans (aged 15–35) are unemployed—that’s one in 22 (4.5%). With this number projected to grow to 27 million by 2030, the need for jobs is critical. But the key to good policies for job creation is good data.

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