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South African graduates may be mostly employed, but skills and jobs often don't match

By Nombulelo Precious Mncayi, Lecturer and researcher, North-West University
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Labour markets around the world are undergoing significant changes – particularly in non-tech sectors. South Africa hasn’t been spared from this wave of change. The country has high unemployment rates by global standards, both at national level and among the youth.

According to some theories, higher education leads to better labour market outcomes and improves future income…

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