Pakistan’s youth employment project to provide 2 million with jobs

Faizah Kamal 19-Dec-2019

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The Pakistani government is gearing up to secure two million jobs for the country’s youth as part of the government’s ‘Prime Minister’s Youth Affairs Programme’ (PMYAP) through the project ‘Job for Pakistan’.

An official told the Associated Press Of Pakistan (APP) on December 19 that the programme has been planned systematically through a digitalised system. In perspective, it will help collect the data of the applicants without any hiccups and complicated procedures. He added that students will simply upload their curriculum vitae (CV) online and the programme will further verify the data and match them to corresponding opportunities.

This programme is set in line with the Prime Minister’s vision to make the younger generations more economically independent.

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