PIOJ

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PIOJPlanning Institute of Jamaica
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The 1996 figures of percentages of personnel in MSMEs having secondary level education were recorded at 49% and this declined to 30% in 2008 (PIOJ 2014);
The poverty data indicate that poor people tend to have little education, few marketable skills, and low incomes and social status (PIOJ, 2005a; UNICEF, 2004, 2005a); 66.6% of the under-34 years population have no academic qualifications (as measured by examinations passed) and 70% of the labor force has no vocational, technical, or professional skills (PIOJ, 2005a).
The PIOJ, which describes itself as the foremost planning agency of the government, said the increase represents 18 consecutive quarters of growth spanning four and a half years.
Director General of the PIOJ, Professor Gladstone Hutchinson, said the earnings reflect increased real value of 5.4% in the hotels and restaurants sub-categories of the services sector, consequent on 8.9% growth in visitor arrivals.
The JSLC was commissioned by the Planning Institute of Jamaica (PIOJ) and the Statistical Institute of Jamaica (STATIN) in 1988.
The Government counterpart team has led the preparation of the project and all key departments within the implementing agency (MOH), the MOFPS and the PIOJ have been key partners in design of the project.
Analysis of the Planning Institute of Jamaica's (PIOJ)/Statistical Institute of Jamaica's (STATIN) Survey of Living Conditions 2010 data set indicated that 20 percent of the persons aged 0-17 years in that country were poor (PIOJ/STATIN 2012).
Planning Institute of Jamaica (PIOJ), & Statistical Institute of Jamaica (STATIN).
A national report prepared by the PIOJ noted that, according to U.N.
The accords will cover support to the road sector program; rehabilitation of the Negril and Ocho Rios Waste Water Treatment Plants; a technical cooperation facility; and institutional strengthening for the Planning Institute of Jamaica (PIOJ).