Top 6 Ventures to Consider After Campus Life
The high unemployment rate in Kenya among both the educated and uneducated is quite alarming with its daily increase. Writerstake.com highlights a number of courses that one can add to their CV to avoid being educated yet jobless.
Acquiring some expertise in programming will put you a class above the rest of your peers with every company wanting to explore technological advancement. Bearing such knowledge therefore will make you highly sought after by various companies.
2. Foreign language
The aspect of being a multilingual individual increases the variety of job opportunities one can access being that there are very many German, French, Chinese and other foreign corporations and NGOs that offer jobs in Kenya.
3. Computer applications
Software engineering, programming and coding can enable an individual develop software applications that are now highly sought after by various organizations. Developing computer applications such as Mpesa, could earn one substantial revenue.
4. First aid training
Health and safety are paramount in any working as well as dwelling place. In as much as first aid and safety training may seem casual, the same can be what separates you from the rest in an interview room and besides that it’s vital knowledge to possess in the event incidences requiring know-how such as nose bleeding, fires among others happen.
It’s important to have tools that not only secure but improve as well as keep the actual job. Management courses that are offered in various colleges will come in handy when one seeks promotion or change of cadre in jobs.
Acquiring a driving licence has become popular among the young generations and there is no reason as to why you should be left behind. Besides that, you could get a job as a taxi or uber driver and make some money using that idle driving licence in your pocket.