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The Linkage between Vocational Schools and Industries Cooperation a comparison in Developed and Developing Countries

  title={The Linkage between Vocational Schools and Industries Cooperation a comparison in Developed and Developing Countries},
  author={Kirya Mateeke Moses and Muladi Muladi and Aji Prasetya Wibawa},
The Lack of skills valuable in local and global labor markets has been a root cause of high youth unemployment thus being a constraint to economic growth, employment and income. So, many countries embrace vocational education as a solution to this problem. Since the main aims of vocational education are: preparing the graduates with skills, knowledge, competencies as well as the right attitude for the world of work where graduates can work independently or recruited in the existing job… 
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