The aim of this study is to shed light on the factors that determine job-search success for recent university graduates in the West Bank and Gaza Strip. To this end, a ten month duration longitudinal survey was conducted to track the job-search success of 495 recent graduates from 5 different universities. Descriptive statistics and time-to event statistical techniques were used to analyze the data, develop relevant statistics and identify relationships between job-search success and potential determinants. Insights from the results were used to develop a nationwide strategy that addresses some of the main repercussions from high youth unemployment rates.
smdm repDownload Development Studies Programme and the Danish Institute Danida This study seeks to identify needs and establish principles to develop local government in three middle regionRead More
Arab Human Development Report 2003 – Building a Knowledge Community Palestinian Contributions – A Series of Workshops
Nader Said , ed. After the issuing of the second Arab Human Development Report 2003, and starting the work on the Palestinian Human Development Report 2004, the Development Studies ProgrRead More