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2012-02-22 11:10:15 Report Urges a Rethink of Informal Sector As Nation Longs for Full Employment [World Bank] Yaoundé - The labor market in Cameroon is characterized by a large informal sector, low-paying jobs, and low productivity due partly to the fact that the education system is not geared toward meeting the needs of the jobs market. These are key highlights of the third issue of the Cameroon Economic Update, a publication of the World Bank's office in the Central African nation.

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