The more educated you are, there are more chances of you being employed and have a good job. This statement has proved to be wrong by the International Labour Organisation. According to the data gathered by ILO, the more educated the lesser are the chances of a person being employed, in a low-income countries. As per reports on low-income countries, the chances of a highly educated person getting employed is very low, and the high-income countries have lesser opportunities for the basic level educated candidate. The one with a basic level of education will easily find a job in a low-income country. The low-income countries do have a type of mismatch in jobs when it comes to education and requirement.
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