"At every level, there is work to be done to support the teaching of computer science, both in school and out of school… We are in an age of austerity. No one can expect government and schools to do this all on their own. Business not only needs to contribute, but is "very keen" to do so, he adds. "There's a lot of skepticism about the motivations behind [the private sector] doing it. But, in many respects, we're helping young people, we're helping the economy, and we're helping ourselves as well."
Youth unemployment, the song that goes beyond boundaries, very painful to those that hear its lyrics and echoes of its beats everyday. Shockingly, the pain of youth unemployment is shared between the victims and their parents, who not only remember their hard earned money they injected into educating their off-springs but calmly feel the pain of their foregone.Could technology hold answers for Youth Unemployment? In my own view I certainly think Yes and here is why I take this direction.
Digitally literacy is a modern day must-have