After weeks of protests, PM of Iraq has agreed to resign

2nd November 2019

The Prime Minister, Adil Abdul Mahdi, has agreed to resign only on condition that they find a suitable person to replace him to avoid a leadership vacuum.  This announcement was made by the President of Iraq, Barham Salih. CNN reported than an excess of 200 people have been killed since the start of October, 2019. […]

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Kenyan advertises on local daily in search for employment

10th September 2019

Kenyans are innovative in ways of searching for employment. One Kenyan has gone a notch higher by advertising his/her skills on one of the local daily newspapers.  This is a sign that we are in difficult times with unemployment shooting to the roof.  This advert was on the back page and as you may be […]

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The Central Bank of Kenya governor makes a courtesy call to National Treasury

1st August 2019

The Central Bank of Kenya governor makes a courtesy call to National Treasury The Central Bank of Kenya (CBK) governor has a mandate of formulating monetary policy in order to achieve price stability, issuing currency (they did this recently), supervision of banks, lender of last resort and of course representing Kenya in international monetary meetings. […]

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Okun’s Law

19th July 2019

Okun’s Law There is an inverse relationship between Gross Domestic Product (GDP) growth and unemployment. To be specific according to Professor Okun’s original research, “a 3% increase in real GDP leads to a 1% point decrease in unemployment rate.”  The law was later updated to read, “a 2% output growth leads to a 1% decrease […]

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Meet Ghana’s dancing pallbearers

12th January 2019

Meet Ghana’s dancing pallbearers Due to high unemployment rates around the world, people in Ghana are becoming innovative at creating employment for their people. The dancing Pallbearers provide the service of giving the dead a befitting sendoff through dance and music. Check the video below for details: Read More: “Kenyan politicians will fail to pay […]

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