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Kenya Job Market Prediction: Strategy & Consulting

In the last Kenya Job Market report, we saw Strategic and Consulting jobs rise in the Kenyan marketplace with an average of 45 Jobs created per month between January and August 2017. There also saw the median salaries increase from 7.93% to Ksh. 147,732. This simply proves that the organizations and employees are moving away […]

Sep 27, 2017

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The Slow Death of the 8-5 Work Day.

The 8 am to 5 pm job may soon be a relic of the past. Today, experiences of men and women starting their careers are closer to flexible working hours, juggling multiple positions and self-development. Seeing that, consultancy is a growing option amongst majority of Kenyan job seekers. To reduce costs, Organizations outsource certain roles […]

Sep 21, 2017

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Commercial Property in Westlands Crashes while Residential Property takes Flight.

Business Daily reported an oversupply in commercial property with Westlands hosting the highest office supply at about 29% per cent of available space. This was apparently attributed to a poor pre-let uptake, additional stock available and delays in development. According to Data Fintech’s Real Estate market data, median sale price for office space in Westlands […]

Sep 14, 2017

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Manufacturing: The Industry Creating Jobs in Kenya.

Manufacturing is playing a crucial role in Kenya’s inclusive growth by absorbing large numbers of workers, and creating many jobs indirectly through forward and backward linkages to agriculture, raising exports and transforming the economy through technological innovation. According to Kenya Association of Manufacturers (2017), in any given year the sector contributes between 10% and 11% to […]

Sep 13, 2017

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Depreciation hits cars worst after 4 years.

Kenyan Presidents have very generous packages when it comes to remuneration that include and are not limited to Fuel, Housing, travel, entertainment and even car allowance. An article by the standard showed that presidents in Kenya have an allowance to replace their vehicles every three years. Perhaps they weren’t wrong. A study conducted by Data […]

Sep 07, 2017

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