South Korean youth look abroad for jobs | News | Al Jazeera

South Korean youth look abroad for jobs

Struggling to find jobs amid economic downturn, many young people look overseas for opportunities.

    Youth unemployment is a significant problem in South Korea, with growing numbers of highly-educated young people unable to find work.

    President Lee Myung-Bak recently advised university graduates to seek work overseas if they couldn't find a job at home.

    But finding a job overseas isn't easy either, as Harry Fawcett reports from Seoul.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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