Tag Archives: Labour Market

Curriculum Structure and the Cameroonian Labour and Industrial Market (Published)

Education in Cameroon has come under serious criticisms for failing to deliver in accordance with its promises as stipulated in the education law. With the improving situation of democracy and freedom in Cameroon entrepreneurship becomes a major prerequisite for the rapid economic development of the nation. It is for this reason that these researchers elected to carry out a study on curriculum structure and the Cameroonian labour and industrial market. The curriculum of the English speaking educational subsystem was evaluated. The study revealed that the present curriculum no longer meets the demands of the society. A curriculum revision was recommended

Keywords: Curriculum Structure, Education Law, Entrepreneurship, Industrial Market, Labour Market

Labour Practices in the Informal Sector of Nigerian Economy: A Critical Analysis (Published)

The dual labour market hypothesis recognized the existence of informal labour market as part of the Nigerian labour market dichotomy. This is to the extent that informal sector represents an important part of the economy and certainly of the labour market and thus plays a major role in employment creation, production and income generation in Nigeria. Therefore, this paper examines the nature of labour practices within the Nigerian context of the informal sector and the linkages between the formal and the informal sectors with focus on ways of improving labour practices in the informal sector

Keywords: Child Labour, Informal Sector, Integration, Labour Market, Labour Practices, decent work