SCHOOL: JOB CREATION AND MANPOWER DEVELOPMENT IN NIGERIA-A CASE STUDY IN LAGOS STATE?

SCHOOL: JOB CREATION AND MANPOWER DEVELOPMENT IN NIGERIA-A CASE STUDY IN LAGOS STATE?

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The development of indigenous manpower
to serve as the propelling force for
national growth and development is no
doubt a key to Nigeria’s socioeconomic
and political development. Manpower
utilization could be defined as “the
existence of skilled and /or unskilled
humans that need training or re-training
to perform specific task in society”. Thus,
manpower development could be seen as
organizational specific. This is because it
is largely a function of organizational
manpower needed or …show more
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In the long run, the country and
institutions would have lost brilliant and
capable hands whose manpower would
have been fully utilized to develop
country. The resultant effect is that there
will be untimely change of jobs by
employees thereby eroding manpower
long term development
Population Growth: The paucity and
unreliability of the demographic statistics
of developing countries like Nigeria is
well-known. However, although population
data has been insufficiently accurate for
planning purposes, the concept and
measures of population change used by
demographers in the developing countries
are logically sound.
Population growth can be a result of
either natural increase that is through
birth, or immigration flows from outside or
inside the country. In each case a special
situation can be created which
determines the manpower structure of
this country .Birth control, immigration
control, internal movements control and
many other similar actions can be of
great importance.
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