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Youth Unemployment

Statistics Canada reports March was a good month for job growth. We saw an injection of 82,300 jobs across the country. But despite all the good news, for the past three years youth unemployment remains high. The unemployment rate for 15 to 24 year-olds is 13.9%. Sipho Kwaku is the director of employment services at Wood Green. He spoke with Laura about how these stats come to life in Toronto. Listen audio (runs 5:59)

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