In today’s Africa, being employed after school looks like a miraculous incidence to the extent that looking for a job has become a job in itself for some people. As a result of this, brain drain is affecting Ghana’s national developmental agendum.
This sad development of being underemployed or unemployed after school and still depending on your parents for survival is gradually gaining grounds!
Minority Leader of Ghana’s August House, Hon. Haruna Iddrisu has said the growing rate of graduate youth unemployment in Ghana is a time-bomb waiting to explode if nothing is done immediately to address the situation.
According to the revered legislator and the National Democratic Congress (NDC) stalwart, at the moment a lot of the youth in the country are unable to afford decent living due to their unemployed status. Speaking in an interview with Berla Mundi on the Elections Command Center on TV3 Wednesday September 16, the former Minister of Employment and Labour Relations revealed that the NDC under the leadership has proposed a number of initiatives to create more jobs and help deal with the situation.
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