Employability in a developmental context for a just dispensation
Botman, H. Russel
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The worldwide challenge of poverty is exacerbated by the current global economic slowdown, which is likely to affect even regions that have been experiencing good economic growth the past decade, such as Africa and China. The higher education sector is well placed to drive development, both in terms of the economy and society more broadly speaking. High unemployment means that universities have a big responsibility to deliver graduates that meet the needs of the labour market, but expectations need to be managed so that the old misunderstandings between employers and universities can be cleared up. Both employers and educators should take heed of growing demands for social justice.
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