The problem: they do not have the skills required for them to be recruited. This is explained by the National Economic and Social Council (NESC) in its report published Thursday, November 21 at a press conference. The figures are alarming reveals that 20 000 young Mauritians are currently unemployed. Among them, 5,000 graduates.
Why is it then that the NESC states that these young people do not have the skills? According to the report, the unemployed in fact have knowledge too "academic." They lack, in addition, communication skills. The NESC also highlights the phase difference between the course undertaken and job offers on the market. Finally, several young graduates even take jobs well below their qualifications.
The NESC report also notes that nearly 10,000 young people left school to join the labour market. So they are not sufficiently prepared to cope with the labour market.
However, the NESC highlights a paradox: even if they are thousands of young Mauritians without employment, construction, textiles, among others, use of foreign workers ...