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Youth and Jobs in Rural Africa
Migration has traditionally been considered a necessary component of the transformation process. However, without a green revolution or government-sponsored industrialization, which sparked the creation of jobs outside of the agricultural sector, it is unclear whether observed youth migration patterns in Africa correspond with occupation mobility. Panel data collected in four African countries are used to explore whether migration offers youth access to more transformative forms of employmentdoi:10.1093/oso/9780198848059.003.0002 fatcat:rdb6fjaijzbl7bgvwhbnondisu