Digital technologies have revolutionized how business is conducted globally, presenting opportunities such as reduced costs of doing business, improved marketing and communication, amongst many others, availing many career opportunities. Young Africans, if given appropriate digital skills, can tap into these opportunities and launch their own businesses, as well as qualify for many of the available jobs in the market.
At Butterframe, we believe if Africans get access to the right skills, they qualify better for a wide range of available jobs, and can create their own jobs as well and hire others which will in turn reduce on the unemployment challenge the continent currently faces.
A new UN study has found that a lack of opportunity is the main motivation for many African migrants trying to reach Europe. Youths account for 60% of all of Africa’s unemployed, according to the World Bank and with over 200 million people aged between 15 and 24, Africa has the largest population of young people in the world.In most African countries, youth unemployment “occurs at a rate more than twice that for adults,” notes the African Development Bank. The root cause of unemployment not being just a lack of jobs, the key underlying issue is they lack adequate skills.
The online Digital marketing training course has greatly contributed to my marketing skills. I have been encouraged to dream bigger with my small personal business and am looking forward to registering it as a full company
Youths are struggling to find jobs, how about we train them to struggle to get clients instead?”.
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