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Volume :48 Issue : 184 2022      Add To Cart                                                                    Download

The Problem of Unemployment of Graduates with University Degrees in the State of Kuwait: An Analytical and Standard Study

Auther : Dr. Meznah S. Alazmi

Objectives:  The study aimed to identify levels of unemployment among university graduates and above in the State of Kuwait. Calculating the average of their years of unemployment and the resulting economic losses. In addition to studying the determinants of this educated unemployment during the period 2004-2018.
Method: The study followed two approaches: the descriptive analytical approach, which relies on collecting texts, information and all data related to the subject and then analyzing them; as well as the standard approach to study the impact of some economic and non-economic variables on graduates’ unemployment.
Results: The most important results showed that the average of the unemployment rate for university graduates and above is constantly increasing, as their number reached 3069 unemployed graduates, at a rate of 41.42% in 2019. The period of a university graduate unemployment lasted between less than 6 months to 12 months and more, and the highest rate of unemployment was for the period of 6 months to less than 12 months. Moreover, the economic return of the unemployed graduate, whether he is single or married, is affected by the duration of the unemployment; a longer period means greater losses of the economic return. The standard study revealed that all independent variables (domestic income, government spending and population) are not significant, which means that they do not affect the unemployment rate of graduates with university degrees and above.
Conclusion: It can be concluded that the average of unemployment rate for university graduates and above is constantly increasing, and all independent variables are not significant, which means that they do not affect the unemployment rate.

Keywords: Unemployment, Graduate, University degree, Economic loss.

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