Determinant of Youth Unemployment and Consequence: A Case Study of Mirpurkhas Region

Dileep Kumar, Kumar Jai, Kumari Joti


In the vast ocean of the 195th countries, Pakistan lies under the band of developing countries that are still fighting in this global world for survival for being a developing country. Yet, it has been facing a massive crisis, including unemployment in Pakistan, since its emergence. Unemployment, mainly youth unemployment, is a big issue facing countries globally in the recent Covid pandemic. Youth unemployment is also responsible for the prevalence of crime and violence where employment opportunities are limited. In Pakistan, unemployment has been one of the most persistent contentious economic complexities. There are so many hurdles in the way of young people during the search for suitable jobs. The present study is designed to explore youth unemployment in the Mirpurkhas region. A large number of the youth population of Pakistan is living in rural areas. The government has partially failed in providing the best development opportunities. The growth rate is not substantial enough to create job opportunities; this situation creates frustration in youth, leading to conflict, unrest, and violence. Nowadays, Youth unemployment is a significant problem, so it is pertinent to find out their causes. A sample of 400 respondents was taken from random sampling, mainly focus on the close-ended questionnaire. Further, the raw data is analyzed by SPSS software through which different techniques are performed like Multiple linear regression, ANOVA, and correlation. The result shows that inadequate quality education, lack of skills/experience, improper government regulation, economic instability significantly affect youth unemployment. The present youth group is quite significant. The long-term viewpoint for youth unemployment is relatively tremendous. There is a sturdy case for policymakers currently to handle this problem that the present group is having in finding access. The result can be used to mitigate the issue of youth unemployment in Mirpurkhas region.

Keywords: International labour organization, International monetary fund, foreign direct investment, youth unemployment

DOI: 10.7176/EJBM/13-18-08

Publication date:September 30th 2021

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