Kenya’s unemployment rate was 9.31 percent as of 2018, representing a steady decline from the increase after the financial crisis, but pre-recession levels were still above 10 percent.
However, with the advent of internet and smartphones and, the rates can drop further, owing to new opportunities from the same.
Kenya’s internet penetration rate stands at 90 per cent with Kenyan users spending close to three hours a day on social media, with the most used platforms identified as Whatsapp (74 percent), Facebook (70 percent ) and Twitter (50 percent ), based on users own claimed activity.
The issue of unemployment is no longer news, because we have 10 percent of our population with educated manpower forming a huge chunk of it.
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The Forex company is working on training thousands of youth across East Africa on Forex trading, by offering online courses.
“As our mantra says, ‘we pay you to trade’, and now, by just a click on your screen, you can benefit with a full-term course on Forex Trading, get amazing cash prizes among others , and get an invite to our Summit. We have uploaded our details on our website www.51capitalforex.com and all one needs to do is to register.” Says the company’s director Peter Gicheru.