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This paper examined the gender inequalities among youth in education and participation in the labour market in Tunisia using data from Tunisia Labor Market Panel Survey (TLMPS 2014) and the World Bank data indicators (2016). Separate regressions were also made to estimate the relationship between education and labor force participation for men and women. Several interesting points are noted. First, in contrast to the literature, regression with time series shows the declining effect of femaledoi:10.5281/zenodo.4394865 fatcat:klmida4ownfzdmvnrvmljtq4ky