A Study Situation and Strategy Development Youth Skills in Industry Services in Cambodia
Cambodia is a developing country, which in Southeast Asia community.  Cambodia has grown steadily, though it is a bit slow. In 2014, 1.7% growth, with garments, construction, and services, are pushing for growth, but it will slow down the economic growth as the garment sector faces strong competition in the markets, weakness of the agricultural sector and the growth of tourism.  
In order for research on the topic to have appropriate data that can be a basis for analysis, we have collected a set of standards, activities and standards to study and set up a quiz according to specific skills to understand the need to gather information just to visit the household to interview and retrieve actual responses to each family. Each questionnaire should be more or less specific to different specifications.  
Cambodia is one of the poorest nations in the world. In 1999 Cambodia's gross domestic product was $ 3100 million per person, $ 270, which is among the lowest in the world.  Before falling into a common war in 1970, Cambodia needed modern improvement, with most work drive in the agrarian segment. In any case, Cambodia can bolster itself with sustenance and fare more rice items. Albeit low yields and just a single collect for each year, Cambodia sends out a huge number of huge amounts of rice each year. Common war from 1970-1975 The Khmer Rouge administration from 1975-1979 and the Vietnam-Cambodia war from 1978 to 1979 truly harmed Cambodia's economy.   
To conclusions, assuming that soft skills are really relevant to the real service industry, tell us. This is a skill that specializes in communication, teamwork, and problem-solving for teamwork or between enterprises and enterprises in the workplace.   
- Develop a strategy to strengthen basic skills for youth at the general knowledge level to facilitate access to the industrial market
- Short-term strategies should be developed for youths at all levels of general and professional knowledge to facilitate the increase of skilled workers.
- A strategy to provide soft skills to youth at all levels of general knowledge with international industry cooperation in Cambodia
- It is advisable to develop a strategy for youth in preventing migration by easily accessing the labor market in the field of industry services in collaboration with the private sector.
- It is important to create a synergy between vocational training and general knowledge to provide young people with new skills and skills development.
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