Youth are facing an unemployment crisis

11 March 2016

According to research conducted by the Youth Coalition for Unity and Development in 2015, Cambodian youth are facing problems with job opportunities. These issues include unsatisfactory salaries, high competition in sought after industries, and mismatch of skills and job functions. Are you facing these problems as well? Please provide your answers in the survey below:

[caption id="attachment_343" align="aligncenter" width="520"]Cambodian garment factory workers toil at the W&D garment factory, just southeast of Phnom Penh, April 28, 2004. Cambodia's garment industry has grown from 49 factories in 1996 to more than 200 factories today, employing 240,000 people. But as the end approaches for a special deal between the United States and Cambodia linking labor rights to trade quotas the workers are worried for their futures. (AP Photo/Isabelle Lesser) Cambodian garment factory workers toil at the W&D garment factory, just southeast of Phnom Penh, April 28, 2004. Cambodia's garment industry has grown from 49 factories in 1996 to more than 200 factories today, employing 240,000 people. But as the end approaches for a special deal between the United States and Cambodia linking labor rights to trade quotas the workers are worried for their futures. (AP Photo/Isabelle Lesser)[/caption]

What is your monthly salary?





How many hours a day do you work for this salary?




What relevant skills do you have?
What is the title and the field you work in?
Are you satisfied with your work?