Here’s how you can land that dream job

Kenya’s unemployment rate stands at 9.3 per cent, according to World Bank. This is a figure that has remained constant the past 10 years. PHOTO | COURTESY

What you need to know:

  • According to a 2017 Job Market Research conducted by Brighter Monday, 84 per cent of Kenyans are actively looking for jobs and 77 per cent of these fall under the ages of 18 to 34.

  • Remuneration and benefits ranked high in the key considerations for job seekers.

  • Other factors were career progression, conducive work environment and job security, looking for challenging tasks, flexible work hours and the reputation of the potential employer and so on.

Kenya’s unemployment rate stands at 9.3 per cent, according to World Bank. This is a figure that has remained constant the past 10 years.

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