Constantly changing government decisions have discouraged students from pursuing vocational and technical professions.
Despite the opportunities that vocational education can provide to support Gaza’s deteriorating economy, many challenges still hinder it.
Arab students can learn new skills working as volunteers on social projects in other countries.
To a greater extent than in any other Arab country, those who graduate from universities in Palestine struggle in the job market.
Recent Moroccan vocational education efforts include an emphasis on close partnerships with industry and emphasis on soft skills, such as communication.
Graduate unemployment rates are rising, but some say the problem isn’t foreign labor.
Turkish universities in border regions are giving more secure jobs to Syrians academics who can teach refugee students in Arabic.
With their ability to work severely restricted by their two closest Arab neighbors, many Syrian youth don’t see the point in education.
Although it has accepted more Syrian refugees than any other country, Turkey’s labor market is closed to many of them.
Two new English-language teaching centers open in Iraq, to meet demand from Iraqi employers.