At a restless time in the Middle East, non-democratic countries are having
to cope with another problem: nearly a quarter of Arabs under 30 are
jobless. Long gone are the days of a guaranteed government gig, and the
private sector is far from filling the gap. Today, Arab youth are searching
for work and waiting for weddings. Some just want to leave the region - and
its long unemployment lines - altogether. Host Deborah Amos takes you to
Yemen, Jordan, and Morocco, where unemployment and flagging Arab economies
may well be creating breeding grounds for extremism and instability.