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Impact of vocational training and skill development on economic growth in Pakistan

  title={Impact of vocational training and skill development on economic growth in Pakistan},
  author={Bashir Ahmad Khilji and Zaheer Khan Kakar and Sabahat Subhan},
  journal={World applied sciences journal},
Human capital is an essential determinant of economic growth. It’s comprised of different factors like education, health, migration, vocational training, and[information technology] IT development. Vocational training and skill development are among them. Vocational training improves the productivity and enhances the efficiency of the labour force for better participation in economic development. The objective of this study is to determine the impact of vocational training on economic growth of… 

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