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  • Mehar Farhana

    August 4, 2022 at 5:35 pm
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    The risk of being excluded from economic life increases for young people in times of global crises when many people have lost their jobs.

    The COVID-19 problem had a variety of effects on young people, including loss of income, interference with job training and education, increased barriers to work, and even low-quality employment.

    Young business owners, however, faced numerous obstacles when trying to launch a company.

    During the COVID-19 pandemic lockdown, people had more time than ever to consider innovative business ideas.

    This made it simple for young people to be isolated from their economic lives, whether they were students or recent graduates.

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