Kosovo is still facing the challenge of enormous number of unemployment and lack of creation of new job opportunities. In 2013, Kosovo marked the rate of unemployment by 30.09 per cent.
Leaders of World Bank and Kosovo institutions as well as social civil society today presented the WB Report entitled ‘Return to Work: the Raise of job opportunities ne Europe and Central Asia’.
World Bank manager to Kosovo, Jean Peter Olters declared that the unemployment rate in Kosovo for 2013 is 30.9 per cent. He added that it should be worked more in order to enhance the productivity in Kosovo market.
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