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Sanchit Goyal Jun 10
Hi everyone, today I started my internship in Youth4work in the profile of digital marketing, an interesting profile. Help me in promoting my profile. Thank you
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Ben Apr 12
As at last year April, 17000 retirees were still on contract working... How then can and be possible? Simple... Leave when you get 60 years...
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2000CUTs 💈✂️ Apr 11
Twitter people abeg help me retweet, make hunger no kill person, my customer may be on your TL.... I do home service haircuts and beard grooming, everywhere in Lagos.
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Vincent Osim SSPX Apr 12
Human resource is a challenge with regards to job creation. We need to teach team work for successful entrepreneur(ship)- Richmond (Rich foods)
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Dora Ampaabeng Apr 11
Entrepreneurship will florish if the economy is doing well. -Prof. William Baah-Boateng
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🔺LIVERPOOL FC🔺®️🇬🇭 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿🌹🌹🌹 Apr 11
Who says the youths are lazy?You said we should go to school,we you refused to employ us gainfully.Rather you engage family and friends thinking you will be in politics day “god” will punish you all..
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TaadiBwoy4rmVolta 🇬🇭 Apr 11
Someone will see this trend and will swallow every story tagged with it. Jobs no dey Ghana so which work wey the no. la
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GhanaThink Foundation May 1
Happy ! Teamwork makes DreamWork. Let's continue to work hard to create value for our communities & societies. Happy !
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Barcamp Wa #bcwa Apr 11
"A measure 1% economic growth drives 0.5% employment rate increase in , based on data from 1983-2013. Most of these jobs go into the informal sector though" - Prof. William Baah-Boateng (Associate Professor/Head of Department of Economics)
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Joshua AKINBANJO Apr 20
BRAND YOUR NATION! It starts with knowing who you are. Who are you?
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Ato #mightyafrican Jun 11
2:33pm in , . Chale, . Wey, . That's why there is .
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Bright Bruce-Acquaye Apr 12
"So far we look at technical schools for those who had bad aggregates in their exams. Meanwhile we want the best brains to enter into these schools cos that's where the solutions we need are" - Abena Abedi (Managing Partner, Sustainable Agro Ltd.)
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Edmund Laryea Apr 12
Every young person is a potential economic asset. Keynote from today's sessions.
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Barcamp Kumasi #Bcksi Apr 11
"Don't tell me you don't have the data. There are lots of organizations with good data sitting on them, even in the public sector. government should be able to get this for use."- Prof. William Baah-Boateng
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Pamela Odibeli Apr 16
African youth are inspired to effect changes for a better future,they are speaking..ears should be given to their opinions.
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Bright Bruce-Acquaye Apr 12
Talking about the need for the best brains to enter into the technical schools and trainings, one question we need to ask is that, "Will you allow your ward to attend say Takoradi Technical Institute instead of Mfantsipim or Fijai SHS?
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Tectona Consulting Group Apr 22
We enjoyed mentoring 3 teams from (UDSM) Tanzania competing for the 2019 in Nairobi. The shared learnings, commitment to innovate and disruptively transform our communities was awe-Inspiring.
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Adadzewa.otoo Apr 11
great delivery by youngest MP & Board Chair of the National Youth Authourity. she belives
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Precious Kwame Adade Apr 30
This is a network of GhanaThink Foundation who partook in the National Convening on Youth Unemployment in Ghana organised by STARGhana in partnership with GhanaThink Foundation.
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Vincent Osim SSPX Apr 12
It's been an interesting strategic convening of young people at the dialogue.
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