Bangladesh is paying people for further training
In an attempt to combat unemployment, Bangladesh launched a training program that will pay people with high school educations to get training in particular fields, and then provide them with a 2 year employment contract at 80USD a month.
Sources:SFG August 2011 pgs. 8-9
Youth Labor Training Program improves quality of youth employment in South America
A labor training program aims at improving employment opportunities for youth, who typically are both relatively under-employed and in precarious jobs. The program has already benefited many youth and companies, and the model holds promise for future private sector collaboration.
Sources:FORO March 2011 pages 2-3:
Diaz, J. and M. Jaramillo (2006), An evaluation of the Peruvian Youth labor training program PROJOVEN, Office of Evaluation and Oversight Working Paper OVE/WP-10/06).
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Organización Internacional del Trabajo (2010), Trabajo decente y juventud en América Latina, Lima OIT: Proyecto Promoción del Empleo Juvenil en América Latina (Prejal). Available in http://prejal.oit.org.pe/prejal/docs/TDJ_AL_2010FINAL.pdf