Job creation is an important policy for every government because it increases employment rate of a country. When more jobs are created it allows more people to be able to work and earn income which at the end increases purchasing power. It therefore increases the domestic consumption and firms and companies will be willing to produce more goods and services because there would be more profit to earn.
A job fair was organized for the youth at Agona Nkwanta in the Ahanta West Municipality of Western Region. This was aimed at complementing the government's job creation policy in the country. The fair organized by The SNV Ghana Green Employment and Enterprise was to create a platform for the youth in the Municipality who seek for jobs to be matched with job opportunities and internships. It was also aimed at exposing the youth to career pathway opportunities.
Hundreds of youth from some districts in the Western Region were brought together. They were taken through topics including cover letter writing, labour law regulations, job description, CV writing, how to begin a small business, how to think like an entrepreneur among others.
Over these few days the youth have expressed their gratitude to the organizers and are very happy on the benefits they have derived from the fair. They look forward to more of such educative and beneficial programs.
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