Restructuring the Institutions of Learning: A Tool for Eroding Unemployment in the Less Developed Countries

Kingsley Akarowhe


An institution of learning in any society is expected to embed on students with skills, depositions and virtues that would assist them in engaging in meaningful entrepreneurial ventures or gainfully employed after graduation. In the less developed countries, reverse is the case – graduate from most institution of learning find it difficult to be gainfully self-employed after a period of searching for white collar job, even those who often get employed find it difficult to cope with their place of work due to lack of adequate exposure and deposition acquired at institution of learning. Over time, this situation has raised the rate of unemployment in the less developed countries. It is on this note; this paper provides solution insight through a restructuring of the institutions of learning as a tool for eroding unemployment in the less developed countries.

Keywords: Institution of learning, Unemployment, Less Developed Countries.

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