Can Tunisia solve its employment problems?

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While unemployment was one of the biggest factors behind Tunisia's revolution, job prospects have got worse in the past year.

One in five Tunisians are jobless and for young graduates, that figure rises to one in three.

Schemes to give employers tax breaks for taking on graduates are being introduced, while much is also being done to encourage people to start their own businesses.

Can initiatives like these solve Tunisia's job woes?

Simon Atkinson reports.

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