The Ghana Statistical Services Department has expressed a worrying concern among graduates in the country.
This comes after the Youth Employment Agency, a government agency that links the youth to job seekers in the country organized a job fair that saw thousands of Ghanain youth converging to get registered and see how best they could secure a job for themselves at the Accra International Conference Center here in Accra.
Per a study they have conducted, they have confirmed that, it takes at least 5 years on the average for a university graduate to get s stable job in the country.
The Public Relations Officer of the Ghana Statistical Services (GSS), Mr. Anthony Amuzu-Pharin made this shocking revelations on Media General's TV3 this morning.
Per the study, the findings proved that the highest employer in the country came from the private sector, a rumor that has always proven to be true in the country. Panelists during the show expressed this is a worrying trend which needs to be tackled with all seriousness from the political class.
They expressed that the necessary plans and programs should be implemented to end this worrying trend because it is a nationwide problem and a national security threat.
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