An entrepreneur and job manager, Kwame Sowu has encouraged each unemployed graduates and unemployed previous staff members of defunct economical establishments to shift in direction of artisanal operate and trade partnerships.
His advice follows the collapse of banking institutions and microfinance establishments in Ghana which has demonstrated the reality of unemployment that has strike several individuals.
With lots of of these persons contemplating solutions for earning a residing, Mr. Sowu who spoke on the Citi Breakfast Clearly show expressed get worried more than what he claimed was the deficiency of humility amongst the unemployed to go away from white-collar positions.
“You have to be pressured to assume exterior of the box simply because if you really do not do that, then you possibly stay unemployed and hungry for a extensive time. Initially of all, we do not have humility and for me, that is the motive. We have graduates who have been property for in excess of seven a long time on the lookout for a position and are not looking into the artisanal field. Absolutely nothing stops today’s graduates from approaching these places to increase sophistication to their enterprise and partnering people today to do good things.”
Banking sector crisis and positions
Hundreds of workers have dropped their careers next the collapse of some financial institutions and their connected corporations in the region.
Most of these staff have been influenced by the revocation of the license of the financial institution, as they no longer operate for the financial institutions.
Sources have mentioned that most of these companies were overstaffed in comparison to many others in the banking sector, causing a drain on their financials.
That is not all the banking companies also experienced relevant entities whose workers depended on them for economical aid going house.
The problem has compelled some of the former employees to resort to other sources of livelihood when a lot of some others continue on in their lookup for work opportunities.