The third chapter will provide the research methodology that will be used in addressing the hypothesis and the research questions.
Chapter four will represent all the data that will be collected and analysed in this planned study.
Global unemployment rates among the youth population are on the rise (indexmundi, 2013, 1).
The same case is observable in Nigeria where the number of unemployed youths accounts for more than half of the total number of unemployed people in the country (Youth Speak Community, 2013, 1.
Generally, the rate of migrant and non-migrant youth unemployment in Nigeria is very high.
However, the rates of unemployment among the youth are incomparable to the older male working population in the country.
Finally, the fifth chapter will delineate on the conclusions that will be drawn in the study as well as the recommendations.
For the development of an effective gap analysis, this study will analyse several previous imperial investigations and authentic statistics on unemployment among the youth in the world and specifically in Nigeria.
The median age data from the world.website is used to define the term “youth migrant and non-migrant population, or youth population”.
The median age of the migrant and non-migrant population throughout the developing world does remain in a late adolescent phase with ages ranging from the 15 birthday (world.bymap.org, 2013, median age).