Role of Coble Stone on Youth Unemployment Reduction in Adigrat City

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Research proposal
Title: The role of cobblestone on youth unemployment reduction in Adigrat city

by -Amanuel Teklu
Aregawi teklu
Dawit Hagos
Berihu Gebremeskel
Adigrat UniversityCollege of Business and Economics
Department of Management/ MBA

1.INTRODUCTION
Cobblestones are small, chiseled rectangular stones formerly used to cover road surfaces ,typically either set in sand or similar selected material, or are bound together with mortar.
Paving with cobblestones allows a road to be heavily used all year long and not getting muddy in wet weather or dusty in dry weather.
Cobblestones set in sand have the environmental advantage of being permeable paving, and of moving rather than cracking with movements in the ground.
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The insights that have been drawn could also contribute to the growing literature on unemployment in Adigrat and urban of the nation.
2.BACK GROUND OF THE STUDY Ethiopia is one of the Horn African countries with the highest rate of urbanization. Such a high growth rate of Ethiopian urban centers presents enormous challenges to the nation. One of the developmental challenges facing urban Ethiopia today is unemployment. While there is little improvement in urban unemployment reduction, the overall performance in employment creation remained less.
Unemployment is total number of able men and women of working age seeking paid work and it is one of the several socio-economic problems prevailing in virtually all countries of the world. It has been long one of the several features of the urban phenomenon in many countries though some countries have suffered the worse rate of unemployment than others.
Today, in most of the developing countries the problem of unemployment is a central concern of development; and more recently the discussion has focused on unemployment in urban sectors. Many urban centers in developing countries are challenged by high rates of unemployment. Moreover, despite the huge unemployed labor force, urban centers of these nations experience high rate of rural-to-urban migration, exacerbating the unemployment problem of

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