Rapid economic development is on Myanmar’s horizon. Experts have predicted an 8.4% annual GDP growth for the nation this year – a ground-breaking growth rate, up from 5.9% in 2011. Technology trends and large amount of relatively-free moving capital are to thank for Myanmar’s recent (and continual) growth.
But, as it stands, the country’s workforce simply doesn’t match the increasing economic demand.
Until 1996, all of Myanmar’s vocational schools were organised under one umbrella. This created a large gap in education and training available for mid-level technicians. Read More