AEGEE-Yerevan: around 22,000 young people cannot find job in Armenia

PanARMENIAN.Net - AEGEE-Yerevan (AEGEE is the French abbreviation of the European Forum of Students) organized a seminar dedicated to unemployment of youth, which brought together 200 students from Armenia’s higher education institutions.

The problem is very acute in Armenia, where around 22,000 young people cannot find job, the press service of AEGEE-Yerevan reported.

Representatives of a range of international organizations operating in Armenia, including the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD), International Research and Exchanges Board (IREX), Erasmus Mundus exchange program, participated in the seminar.

 Top stories
Azerbaijani armed forces shelled the Armenian border villages of Nerkin Karmaghbyur, Movses and Aygepar overnight.
VivaCell-MTS and BirthLink launched the project in September 2009 at a conference in the Medical University in Yerevan.
While the wealthiest girls in India marry at around 20 years old, the poorest do so at an average age of 15.
On July 10, Armenian forces curbed a sabotage attempt as Azeris tried to infiltrate the border in the NKR’s Karvachar area.
Partner news