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White Collar Job Syndrome Banes Of Unemployment In Nigeria-Ngige

• Says ASUU strike is holistically address Minister of Labour and Employment, Dr. Christ Ngige has urge youth in the country to think outside the box, rather than waiting for the white collar job which are not available. The minister who was speaking while defending the budget of his Ministry …

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#EndSARS Protest: FG Blames Private Sector For Increased Unemployment In Nigeria

The Federal Government has expressed concern at the low participation of private sector in employment creation in Nigeria. The government said it is worried that the private sector is not creating Jobs optimally, even as its government concern is about providing enabling environment. READ ALSO SKILLS DEVELOPMENT PROJECT WILL ACCELERATE …

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Covid-19: Building Back Better Equality At The Centre

By Guy Ryder, Alicia Bárcena and Tatiana Valovaya The COVID-19 pandemic has caused a socio-economic crisis of unprecedented scope and reach. Worldwide, it has led to a massive decline in working hours, equivalent to 400 million full- time jobs. It has also exposed structural inequalities related to social protection and …

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Unemployment: Nigeria Needs 11m Jobs Annually- UN

The Regional Coordinator, United Nations Environment Ecosystem Based Adaptation for Food Security Assembly (EBAFOSA), Mr. Richard Munang, has said that Nigeria need about 11m Jobs annually to meet the unemployment challenges in the country. The UNEP Regional Coordinator gave this indication as the President of EBAFOSA-Nigeria, Mr. James Oyesola, lamented …

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LG Autonomy Will Curb Insecurity, Unemployment- Saraki

President of the Senate, Dr Bukola Saraki has said that the scourge of unemployment and insecurity would be reduce to the berest Minimum if Local Governments is allow to operate independent of the states Government. Dr. Saraki who was speaking as a guest of honour at the celebration of Nigeria …

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