An evolving job market and outdated education system has left millions of youth around the world without the skills or opportunities to get a decent job after graduation. Microsoft wants to change that.There are strong forces at work: 1 billion youth between 15-24 years, more than ever before in history. A global recession that left more than 75 million of these working-age youth unemployed. And a job market that increasingly requires tech-based skills not taught in most schools around the world. But, says Microsoft, these forces aren’t insurmountable. Global business should not only be creating jobs but also helping prepare tomorrow’s workforce with the skills they will need for those jobs.