Here are some ways to stay employable amidst massive unemployment.
The FG has said that it plans to take 7 million Nigerians out of poverty by 2030 through the Industrial Training Fund.
Atiku has linked the rising insecurity in the country to the rising unemployment rate.
Follow these tips to retain your job and not fall back into the labour market.
Nigeria’s unemployment rate as at the end of 2020 stood at 33.3%, a 6.2% point increase compared to 27.1% recorded as at Q2 2020.
If you suddenly fall out of the job market, these few tips could help you manage your situation and get a new job soon.
CACOVID has budgeted nothing less than N250 billion to rehabilitate damaged police stations across the country and solve the issue of unemployment.
The State Government has launched a programme to help candidates develop skills that are needed in securing gainful employment.
The South-South geopolitical zone is the most affected region with 37.0% unemployment rate.