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Title: Contribution of labour exportation to welfare of youth in Uganda a case study of middle east consultants, Kampala district:
Authors: Kalungi, Ashraf
Keywords: labour exportation
middle East consultants,
Issue Date: Aug-2018
Publisher: Kampala International University, College of Economics and Management.
Abstract: The topic of study was contribution of labour exportation to youths in Uganda. The purpose of carrying out this research was to determine the effects of exportation of youthful labour to welfare of youth. This involves both youth that are taken to work in foreign countries and those that stay in Uganda. Yes, those that stay in Uganda are also affected in many ways for example; competition for jobs in Uganda is reduced if some of the youth are taken to foreign countries. The objectives of study were; To determine the contribution of labour exportation to youths in Uganda. To find out the constraints to access of employment to Ugandan youths and to examine the relationship between foreign recruitment of labour and improvement in well being of youths in Uganda. The research was conducted by interviewing youths that had formally been employed in Middle Eastern countries, employees of labour recruitment agencies and other youth who had never been employed in any foreign company to get their opinion on whether they could pursue that path or not and why. The research was done on youth between ages 22 and 35. Since the recruitment agencies target youth between pages 22 and 45, 1 decided to choose a sample space within the range. In fact that was the group more willing to be interviewed. It was discovered that labour exportation had its advantages despite the fact that it is not completely glamorous. The females gave generally more negative reviews on the subject compared to the males
Description: a research report submitted to the college of economics and management in partial fulfillment of the requirement for the award of bachelor’s degree of economics and applied statistics of Kampala international university.
Appears in Collections:Bachelors Degree in Economics

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