Armenia Sees an Increase of Economically Inactive Youth
October 29, 13:00

The number of registered job seekers in Armavir region totaled 5602 seeing an increase of 38 percent as compared with the previous year. The specialists, though, are concerned over the growing number of the economically inactive youth. “Currently there are 32.4 percent economically inactive young people in the country. These young people neither work nor seek a job; they neither study nor get registered as unemployed or job seeker. There is a great lack of motivation,” said Haykuhi Gevorgyan, Head of the Youth Professional Orientation Centre, at the Media Center hosted discussion which was held in cooperation with Armavir Civic Youth Center.

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