Graduate Unemployment: Let’s focus on the Solutions

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On Tuesday I visited the studios of X fm  to discuss  the graduate unemployment challenges Ghana faces. Just last week the Unemployment Graduates Association of Ghana (UGAG) carried out a protest at the Ministry of Education, holding our Government responsible for their lack of employment and demanding that Government remedy their unemployment situation. Radio X fm, during their breakfast show explored the issue.

According to Boateng and Ofori (2002), in 1995 only 13.4% of jobs requiring university education also demanded computer skills; 0.4% also demanded communication skills; 1.5% also demanded personal attributes. The demand increased in 2000 to 45.7% for computer skills; 38.6% and 41.8% for communication skills and personal attributes.

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Seeking Management Consultation Solutions is Key to the Growth of Small Businesses

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Every entrepreneur wants their small business to be successful so every segment of professional advice can go a long way in obtaining business goals. Consultants to a business offer invaluable expertise that aim to help your business succeed, or achieve its goals.

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