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dc.contributor.authorBenny, Liza-
dc.contributor.authorDuc, Le Thuc-
dc.contributor.authorHang, Nguyen Thi Thu-
dc.description.abstractThis fact sheet presents findings from the fifth round of the Young Lives survey of children in Viet Nam in 2016. Young Lives has followed two cohorts of children since 2002, a Younger Cohort born in 2001-02 and an Older Cohort born in 1994-95. This fact sheet focuses on issues related to the educational attainment, work and work-related skills, and marital status of the Older Cohort (aged 22 in 2016). By 2016, the majority of 22-year-olds in our sample had moved out of school and into work. In addition, about one in five young men and two in five young women had married or started cohabiting by the time of the Round 5 survey. In terms of education, work-related skills, and usage of digital devices and internet, ethnic minority youth and those whose caregivers had little or no schooling have less favourable outcomes than their peers. Moreover, our data show that while a large majority of 22-year-olds in our sample were employed outside agriculture, ethnic minority young people are most likely to be self-employed in the agricultural
dc.relation.ispartofseriesYoung Lives;pp. 1 - 4-
dc.subjectYouth transitionsvi
dc.subjectFamily formationvi
dc.titleYouth transitions - skills, work and family formation: Preliminary findings from the round 5 survey in Vietnamvi
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