A training program is helping graduates get into the workforce

CARACAS, Venezuela — The country of nearly 7 million is undergoing a transition to a more business-friendly economic model that is also shifting away from an aging population and shifting away to the next generation of Venezuelans, and it’s being led by a training academy.

The state-run Caracas Caracas Academy has trained more than 3,000 students since 2013, according to the Academy’s website.

It has been in business since 1996 and is Venezuela’s largest provider of private vocational training.

The academy is a major source of jobs for young Venezuelans.

The academy is located in Caracas, but is not affiliated with the government.

The Caracas government owns the land where it is located.

The new model of business-oriented economy is creating jobs for more than 10 million people, according an analysis by the state-owned Caracas News Agency.

The economy of the new system is creating about 8,000 new jobs per month, said the analysis.

The economic crisis has been particularly difficult for young people in Venezuela.

According to the report, the number of people between the ages of 25 and 34 has fallen by almost 20 percent in the past three years.

This has resulted in an average age of 31.3 for men and 28.6 for women.

The gap between men and women is even wider for young women.

In the last six months, the unemployment rate among Venezuelans between the age of 25 to 34 fell by more than 25 percent, according the report.

The country has a large number of unemployed people, with an estimated 11.5 million people without jobs, the study said.

The unemployment rate for young adults between the same ages was 22.6 percent.

The unemployment rate in Caraca has declined to 3.9 percent in December, the lowest in the country, from 4.3 percent in November, according a report from the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime.

The United Nations Assistance Mission to Venezuela (UNAMI) estimated that the country had about 6.7 million people in need of assistance, including 7 million in need for food assistance.

The number of the country’s elderly is growing rapidly, the report said.

According a 2016 report by the Caracas University of Finance and Economics, the elderly population was estimated to have more than 1.5 billion people.

The report said the number was expected to rise to more than 6.5 percent by 2035.

In a statement, the Caraca state government said that its government is working to reduce the poverty rate to a “permanent” level of 9.6%, and is working toward reducing the number to 3 percent.

According to the United States Census Bureau, the average Venezuelan age is now 43, and the median age is 49.