investigation of unemployment among Africans seeking work at the labour bureaux a profile of registered unemployed in the Durban area by Zamakhosi Mpanza

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Places:

  • Durban (South Africa),
  • South Africa,
  • Durban.,
  • Durban

Subjects:

  • Unemployed -- South Africa -- Durban.,
  • Blacks -- Employment -- South Africa -- Durban.,
  • Blacks -- South Africa -- Durban -- Economic conditions.,
  • Blacks -- South Africa -- Durban -- Social conditions.,
  • Durban (South Africa) -- Economic conditions.

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Other titlesProfile of registered unemployed in the Durban area.
Statementby Zamakhosi Mpanza.
SeriesRural urban studies series ;, working paper no. 1
Classifications
LC ClassificationsHD5842.D87 M68 1984
The Physical Object
Paginationii, 41 p. ;
Number of Pages41
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2621588M
ISBN 100869803948
LC Control Number85188641

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The paper is divided into four main sections. South Africa since the end of apartheid, unemployment remains high and poses a significant social and economic policy challenge.

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different strategies of job seeking and durations of unemployment by the youth preferences and constraints (reflected in the reservation wage).The theory of job shopping (Johnson, ) stipulates that a young work seeker must first try a job before deciding if he is going to keep this.

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Unemployment in South Africa, Causes, Problems and Policies By Geeta Kingdon and John Knight 1. Introduction It is our view that investigation of unemployment among Africans seeking work at the labour bureaux book in the labour market hold the key to South African prosperity or penury.

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South Africa has had a pervasive unemployment problem for the past forty years (Lam, Leibbrandt, & Mlatsheni, ). According to the Quarterly Labour Force Survey conducted by Stats SA (), of the million South Africans within the ages of 15 and 24 years, million (%) are not in employment, education or training (NEET).

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South African unemployment: Lies and statistics and where almost half of young South Africans are without work.

taxation policy and labour law reforms being obvious ones. Education and Youth Unemployment in South Africa by David Lam, University of Michigan, Murray Leibbrandt, University of Cape Town and Cecil Mlatsheni, University of Cape Town 1.

Introduction The problem of high youth unemployment is a global phenomenon. According to an. explain rising rates of unemployment among matriculants.3 In their review of unemployment in South Africa, Kingdon and Knight () explore changes in the relationship between education and unemployment more formally with binary probit analysis of the.

Unemployment among young, less-educated coloured individuals is a major problem in the community of Worcester in the Western Cape. The purpose of the research study is to gain in-depth insight into the impact of unemployment on psychological well-being among young coloured people in Worcester.

The study is based on a qualitative approach by. This paper was a result of an analysis from various data sources with a purpose to develop a better understanding of the level of socio-economic well being of young people in South Africa.

Such understanding is aimed at enabling government to plan and implement well-structured and integrated development programmes that are relevant to the socio-economic needs of the youth and that will Cited by: Engaging the state and capital: Labour and the deepening of democracy in South Africa GLENN ADLER' Glenn Adler is a senior lecturer in the Sociology Department, and associate oj the Sociology oj Work Unit (SWQP), at the University oj the Witwatersrand,File Size: 1MB.

More Africans joining self-employment, says labour report high youth unemployment rates, especially among black Africans where inclose to two-thirds of non-white South Africans aged THE EFFECT OF UNEMPLOYMENT UPON THE WORKER AND HIS FAMILY STUART A. RICE COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY I.

UNEMPLOYMENT SELECTIVE A pioneer in the field of social inquiry n in a memorable work, "The unemployed are, as a class, a selection of the unfit and on the whole, those most in want are the most unfit.". Unemployment rate can be defined by either the national definition, the International labour Organisation harmonized definition, or the OECD harmonized definition.

The OECD harmonized unemployment rate gives the number of unemployed persons as a percentage of the labor force (the total number of people employed plus unemployed). According to MacGregor (), unemployment among graduates grew from % in to % in and, although it remains low relative to overall unemployment, it increased by almost 50% between andmaking it the fastest growing section of.

Global youth unemployment is on the rise again World Employment and Social Outlook Trends for Youth. Global youth unemployment is on the rise again.

Ongoing ILO research shows that after a number of years of improvement, youth unemployment is set to rise in and young people are disproportionately affected by working poverty. Unemployment, poverty and inequality will therefore continue as a result of SA's labour law dispensation, which is of a very interfering and prescriptive nature." He said according to Oliphant a quick fix or an emotional solution to the country's bitter labour relations will not be sustainable.

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the returns toativecapital rel to labour and the returns to skilled labour relative to unskilled labour. In turn, this increases income inequality through wage adjustments and/or unemployment.

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Despite the calls for vocational skills by politicians and the like, the South African higher education system (excluding universities) is poorly funded and often without sufficient capacity to produce.

The productivity of young Africans benefits society at large, as Adewale’s job-creating small business shows. The failure to identify the proper role of government, however, has always clogged African economies, holding back youth employment and Author: Fiyinfoluwa Elegbede.

The Development Policy Research Unit will host the 1-hour long debate via Google+ Hangouts, as part of the World Bank research programme:. The table below presents useful demographic, educational and labour market statistics for the locally-born population and immigrants.

There were approximately two million immigrants recorded in the census, compared to million South Africans. A small number of international migrants have skills that South Africans do not have. But the overwhelming majority of international migrants compete for work with ordinary South Africans.

And when there are more people looking for work than there are jobs, employers can hire whoever is willing to work for the least pay. Tackling graduate unemployment in Tunisia will need a multi-pronged approach, including education reforms, private sector development, but also changes in labour market institutions, and a range of active labour market policies to help graduates’ transition from education into work.

The focus in this paper is on the latter type of by: nition includes those parts of the labour force that say they would like to work, but have become discouraged.

In South Africa, the review of both meas- seeking to reduce long-term unemployment. Is this a problem of skills and THE STATE OF EMPLOYMENT AND UNEMPLOYMENT IN. Unemployment and labour force participation in South Africa 4 education level, location).

b su is the amount of non-work income available in searching unemployment, which may include direct unemployment ben-e ts (UIF) and transfers across or within households.

It depends on what resources the household has access to. The costs of search are. South Africa has % official unemployment, rising to 57% among township youth. Despite the failure of the government's "expanded public.

List ofFigures Percentage OfThe Labour Force With Access To Formal Employment Including Agriculture But Excluding Domestic Service 11 Official And Expanded Unemployment Rates In South Africa, - 12 Employment By Industry, February 13 Official Unemployment Rates By Race And Gender, February 15 Labour Demand And Wage Setting Schedules This article pays attention to Youth unemployment as one of the most serious socio-economic challenges in South Africa.

The nature of unemployment in South Africa is followed by a discussion on the interconnectedness between unemployment and poverty.and December 7,5 million accommodation sector African women age group age population April December Census 96 changes in formal Chapter compared Comparison of month-on-month confidence intervals decrease definition of unemployment Distribution of occupations domestic workers economic sectors Economically active s economically active population elementary occupations .

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