International Labour organisation has released a report that claims that 38% of workers In Zimbabwe are under-qualified for their jobs, New Zimbabwe reports.
According to the publication, the document said:
Zimbabwe’s share of over-educated 13% and share of under educated 38%.
Under-education is more common and more serious in low-income countries than elsewhere, while over-education is more prevalent in high-income countries.
The ten countries with the highest share of workers in mismatch by educational level are all either low income or lower-middle income
The same report further reiterates that Zimbabwe’s neighbours are not fairing very well in the same category either:
Other three regional counterparts classified as upper middle income economy like Botswana has 12% over-educated and 48% under-educated with Namibia having 17 % over-educated and 48 % under-educated with South Africa, which has 30% over-educated and 21% under-educated.
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