Furthermore, there are many pathways of getting skills and extending education (Arum, Ford, and Beattie 80). There are various transitions faced by young people, these include; work transition, learning for life, healthy adolescence, forming of families and good citizenship. Therefore, there is a need to expand opportunities for these young people, and to offer second opportunities to individuals who fail. It is imperative that there is a need to create comprehensive policies for the young individuals, which orients towards national policies. These entails giving young people the power to make decisions and to evaluate the programs and policies ideal for them. The transitions are aimed at schoolwork transition and learning for life. Youth employment and school to work transition are two challenges faced by developing and middle-income countries. Those who are formulating policies should expand technical and vocational education. These may be of more benefit than the general education in preparing the youth to attain the necessary skills market.
School to work transition focuses on the link between the levels of Education and the first job on entry to the job market. This has been a centre of focus in social mobility and social stratification. The relationship between the first job and education has been studied in ascription and classical terms, hence the relative weights of ascribed and achieved factors has been created regarding the first job. Economists have established human capital theory, which assumes that education enhances productivity of an individual. It is imperative that, education does this by providing knowledge, and skills needed for demanding occupations. Thus, individuals can increase their productivity by putting much emphasis on furthering their education. The emerging of market-based economy requires