Higher Education: Labor Market LinkageComparative Education Review (1982)
"It is clear from government documents that in the last 2 decades, post-secondary education institutions have expanded at a dramatic rate in many African countries, either to meet the need for using locals in high-level posts predominantly held by expatriates or to meet social demand.
Studies now indicate that in most African countries, shortages of manpower are giving way to a surplus of university graduates at a more rapid rate than was originally envisaged" ~ from the article
Publication DateFebruary, 1982
Citation InformationAsayehgn Desta. "Higher Education: Labor Market Linkage" Comparative Education Review Vol. 26 Iss. 1 (1982)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/asayehgn_desta/31/