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dc.contributor.authorDu Toit, Charlene
dc.descriptionThesis (M.Ed.)--North-West University, Potchefstroom Campus, 2005.
dc.description.abstractThis study investigated schooled unemployment by focusing on the following aspects: The importance of a positive interaction between the education system and the labour market. The importance of a positive interaction between the education system and employment opportunities. The importance of the involvement of employers in education. With a "school-to-work change, it is clear that the economic "health" of the community is located in the viability of school education. The country is experiencing an acute need for highly trained workers, and this inhibits its long-term economic growth and international competitiveness. It thus seems as if a gap exits between the labour market's changing requirements and the education system's way of preparing the country's youth for a career. Education, according to literature, is too academic, while vocationally directed education does not receive sufficient attention. The value of any education system is seated in the preparation of learners for employment opportunities and better living conditions, and in this connection theory and practice ought to be integrated, which will result in the education system providing in the real needs of the community.
dc.publisherNorth-West University
dc.subjectLabour forceen
dc.subjectLabour marketen
dc.subjectSchooled unemploymenten
dc.titleGeskoolde werkloosheid in Suid-Afrika, met spesifieke verwysing na die Noordwes Provinsieafr

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