Skills mix for young entrepreneurs: The right way to go

Provision of skills training has been identified by Government of Uganda as one of the major initiatives to be undertaken to make youth more enterprising and address the skills mismatch employers are grappling with. A review of evidence on skills provision shows that a combination of skills training yield higher impacts on labour market outcomes than training in a single skill alone. In addition, training targeted at every stage of entrepreneurial development (mind-set, incubation, start-up, growth and expansion) are vital in sustaining businesses venture over the long-term with emphasis on peer-to-pear mentoring.


Issue Date:
2015-02
Publication Type:
Report
PURL Identifier:
http://purl.umn.edu/206174
Total Pages:
3
Series Statement:
Policy Brief
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