Finding work is one of the biggest challenges facing young people today. With rising education costs and no work for an increasingly overqualified youth, the future seems bleak for many. What can governments, businesses and leaders in civil society do to change this? How can economists and policy-makers ensure a stable future that will boost job growth?

We want your input for two high-level sessions that address these questions:

World Economic Brainstorming: Youth Employment Crisis – Time for Action (9.00 – 10.15 EEST 5 June 2012)

Business leaders, policy-makers, the Forum’s Global Shapers, Global Agenda Council Members and other experts will explore what actions can help solve the youth employment crisis in the Middle East, North Africa and Eurasia.

To participate in this session, watch live on http://wef.ch/live and tweet us your questions and comments with the hashtag #wef_jobs

The Big Deal (13.45 – 14.35 EEST 5 June 2012)

Do emerging markets have what it takes to capitalize on their strong economic growth by building the financial hubs of the future?

To participate in this session, watch live on http://wef.ch/live and tweet us your questions and comments with the hashtag #wef_cnbc-e

Ask us what you would ask leaders and politicians, share your thoughts and ideas with us, and we will bring your messages to sessions at the World Economic Forum on the Middle East, North Africa and Eurasia. Leave your thoughts and questions in the comments below, or tweet them to us using #WEFAsk.

Follow #WEF for session highlights and watch these and other sessions at http://wef.ch/live, or find everything in one place on the Forum website. Over 1,000 leaders from business, politics and civil society will be at the meeting, and we will give you direct access to them by sharing your questions and ideas. You can watch their responses at http://wef.ch/socialmedicorner.