The reason of difficulty in finding a job, this increases competition. Too many college graduates are applying to high-income sectors, it will lead to competition among applicant. Most college graduates, the more competitor that should be face to fill job vacancy. College has become more affordable and a lot of pressure has been put on students to attend college in order to find a good job. Educated unemployment or underemployment is due to a mismatch between the aspirations of graduates.
The company put up a business in Kenya for us to help Kenyatta people to lessen poverty, enjoy and experience the things which they deserve to have better life. And promote telecommunication and improve its stability to reach and help the investors in terms of communication in a fastest ways. Kenya’s economic is still progressing at a supported rate to strong household consumption and investment. The government encourage all investors, private capital and foreign capital to contribute to the promotion, development and improving the infrastructures, and making Kenya most attractive tourist destination. Kenya wants to create a powerful purchasing house hold and to increase the source of income of Kenyatta people.
Second, we will go over some medical statistics of the country. Followed by a brief synopsis of the education system, and finally we will go over Kenya’s ability to provide its own energy production. We will begin first by covering the general security and crime of Kenya. In Kenya terrorism is a threat in major cities, along the coast, and in the northern border of the country, especially those encompassing Kenyan, and western interests. Since 2011, terrorist attacks have resulted in the deaths of hundreds of people.
The interior is much higher than the rest of the country, and the mountains are roughly in a line running north and south. Its highest mountain, Mount Kenya, is located in approximately the center of the country. The Great Rift Valley runs from north to south through Kenya, separating the Lake Victoria basin to the west from the hills in the east, which slide into the dry grassy lowlands and coastal beaches. Kenya 's topography forms complex ecological zones, including one called the highland zone. This is a region of rolling uplands characterized by cool weather, abundant rainfall, rich volcanic soils, and dense human
• Vocationalization at higher level attracted mainly by the low economic growth as it is going to provide employment Current Scenario and key challenges: Skills in India are largely acquired through two main sources: formal training centres and the informal or hereditary mode of passing on cascading skill sets from one generation to the next. Nowadays, vocational courses are becoming quite popular among youth because it is believed that taking these courses would provide more and better employment opportunities than those provided by conventional academic courses. While there remains a requirement for skilled professionals in the industry, the supply for the same is hampered by: • High dropout rate at Secondary level: Vocational Education is presently offered at senior secondary level but the students at this level aspire for higher education. • At present, the vocational system put much emphasis on the academic skills, resulting in lower incidences of vertical mobility. • There is a lack of participation by private players in the field of vocational
Unemployment rates have been increasing over the years. This has been attributed to a number of factors which have ked the government to initiate strategies for wealth and job creation. Dwindling economic situations close the does for new jobs. In such bad economic times many multinational companies have had to round up operations in Kenya for fear of total collapse while others have left due to political turbulence. Kenya subscribes fully to Structural Adjustment Programs (SAP) for development.
As for the economy, the higher youth unemployment rate, the lower the tax revenues and productivity. When considering the society, political unrest and anti-social behaviour caused from unemployment among youth resulting social instability (Mascherine, Salvatore, Meierkord and Jungblut). On this occasion, both the academic circles and government sector increase awareness of youth jobless problem. Numerous studies and researches on addressing and improving the situation had been established, especially after the Great Recession. On the other hand, many organizations and government devote in tackling youth jobless rate, for example, UK government took steps in raising participation in education and Portugal devoted in reforming the labour market,
The leading industries in the country are based on agriculture, and more specifically grain milling, beer production, and sugarcane crushing, and the fabrication of consumer goods, with the service sector being the main driver of economic growth. However, Foreign Direct Investment in the Kenyan economy is a relatively low share compared to neighboring countries. According to S. M. Omanwa (2015), “in 2010 only $185 million of foreign direct investments were placed in Kenya, compared to $433 million and $817 million in Tanzania and Uganda respectively.” This is despite the abolition of strong protectionist tendencies followed by the government since 2002, in an effort to increase the investment inflows. Kenya is a member of the EAC (East African Community) which is a regional intergovernmental organization whose other members are the Republic of Burundi, Rwanda, and the United Republic of Tanzania. Since 2010, within this organization the countries have established a common market, an area where the removal of all barriers (such as tariffs), a common external policy and free capital movement allow for trade to flow
Now the situation has worsened up to a level where from it is getting out difficult for the state to curb it. For an unemployed youth the situation of unemployment is serious, but it can be resolved by a good employment policy. Youth here is frustrated with the indifference shown by the govt. for some the cause of the problem is not the lack of opportunities provided to youths, but the consequences that the flocks of unemployed youth have created on the mindset of the young people. Youth view the problem more than the statistics shows to an objective observer.
The outrageous profits from the oil boom encouraged wasteful expenditures in the public sector and also distorted the revenue bases for policy planning. However, these economic and financial structural reforms put in place have not yielded significant results. It is generally agreed that unemployment is a symptom of basic economic illness of macro-economic disequilibrium. During the early days, there was much controversy over the definition and origin of unemployment. The controversy revolved around the distinction between voluntary work and