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Unemployment can be described as the biggest disaster our country Kenya is experiencing as of now. Many young people are finding it hard to transition from school to the job market. It’s not easy to find job opportunities as a youth.

As they are not the only jobseekers to get work. Companies and employers have been finding it difficult to get job seekers with extraordinary potential because they receive endless CVs.

The internet is the best thing that ever happened to the jobs sector as job websites allow job seekers to find their desired jobs. Gain new knowledge from job courses the websites offer and career advice.

It saves employers from going through a million CVs to find an employee with potential and skill.

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Here is a list of job websites in Kenya that one can use to find jobs that suit their skills and passion at no added cost.

Stars classifieds

 A product of the star newspaper. This job website allows one to look for work in Kenya and those who want to dare abroad.

The site requires that you sign In to access the jobs, but you can look for jobs without really signing in  .this website offers a great variety of jobs from sales marketing and many others

Campus biz

This is a website flocked with students and recently graduated comrades. They look for internships, attachments, and entry levels jobs as a start to grow their desired careers.

All you have to do is sign up and create an account with them. The good news is that they have a lot of categories one can choose from n regards to the one that will propel you to achieve your career goals, and it is free.

Brighter Monday

It’s among the leading East African job website and thus equals the highest number of job seekers and employers in its database .

Its origin of foundation is in Kenya and was founded by Ringier One Africa Media . You get the most out of this website when you sign up or create an account . Here job seekers benefit from CV training career planning, personality assessments, and even courses.

They get you equipped with skills that will get you a job depending on the industry, location in relation to country and city, and job activities . Ardent job seekers should subscribe to daily alerts of vacancies in their emails.

FUZU

When you want to search for work on this website, you should create an account or sign up using your Facebook, LinkedIn, or Google accounts. Once logged in, job seekers are given a platform to learn and develop themselves.

FUZU offers free courses and insights on your career path from planning to growing it. This website has a wide variety of categories: job category, location, work experience, and many more.

It has partnerships with Accenture, thus offering a wide variety of courses to build you a job seeker with skills.

Ajira

 This is a website that prides itself on the association of the government. The government of Kenya it through the Ministry of Information, Communication, and Technology to empower the Kenyan youths to be able to access digital jobs.

This website does this by giving them free online training to help job seekers find their interest in online work.

Ajira can be termed the one-stop shop for amazing online job opportunities like local work in Kenya writing, engineering, architecture, software development, web, graphics creative work, and many more.

Jobs In Kenya .co.ke

Known to be the best site for jobs for the Kenyan people, it is from varied departments from the engineering department, HR medical, social media, and just basically any department.

All you have to do is send the job advert if you are a job seeker or employee, and it will be advertised for free. Their email is jobsinkenya@gmail .com.

When choosing to go to these websites and get interviews to ensure that you are not duped as there are cons on the website waiting to prey on innocent desperate job seekers.

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Kenya’s tourism revenue hit Sh146 billion in 2021

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Kenya’s tourism revenues had an increase of about Sh58 million in December 2021, compared with the same period in 2020, to reach Sh146 billion.

According to Najib Balala the Cabinet Secretary for Tourism, this increase was due to an increased number of tourists in 2021 by about 302,617 to reach a total of 870,465 tourists.

The sector earned Sh88.6 billion in 2020, when travel restrictions to curb the spread of Covid-19 hit the tourism industry.

Before the coronavirus pandemic, the figure stood at Sh164 billion but the forecast in 2022 is higher.

The United States was the leading source market for tourists into the country having registered 136,981 arrivals ahead of Uganda 80,067 and Tanzania 74,051.

Other top source markets in the calendar year included the United Kingdom, China and India.

Kenya Wildlife Services (KWS) meanwhile netted Ksh.1.5 million from park visits as a million Kenyans toured wildlife allied facilities again having fallen below 700,000 in 2020.

International arrivals are expected to top the one million mark again this year with the inbound receipts projected at ksh.172.9 billion.

“We will probably see a recovery by 2024 but not a full recovery as previously expected.

Success will be dependent on how we mitigate the Omicron variant now. So far, we have been resilient,” added CS Balala.

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UK firm to build a new city worth Sh29B next to Nairobi CBD

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Plans to upgrade Nairobi Central Railway Station have begun after Kenya made a deal with the United Kingdom to modernize the station.

January 18 the UK High Commissioner to Kenya shared design plans for the new railway station, terming it as one of her favourite projects in Kenya.

Atkins Global UK-based firm is behind the new Nairobi Central Railway Station design as well as the larger Railway City project which is expected to cost Sh29 billion.

“UK firm Atkins Global has been appointed to design Nairobi’s new Central Train Station and associated public realm, which will provide the centerpiece of Nairobi Railway City,” said UK’s Minister for Africa.

Railway City will take up the land surrounded by Haile Selassie Avenue, Uhuru Highway and Bunyala Road.

The new Railway City is expected to reduce congestion in the CBD and expand Kenya’s capital by building mixed-use commercial developments, hotels and intermodal facilities.

The project will be implemented in phases for 20 years, with the first phase expected to be complete by 2030.

Matatus currently operating around Kenya Railways Central Station will be removed by end of this month. This will facilitate works on Nairobi Railway City,” 

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KENHA Demolishes about 300 kiosks built on road reserve in Homa Bay.

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Kenya National Highways Authority demolished 300 kiosks to give way for the expansion of the road.

Local traders in Kendu Bay old Town, Karachuonyo Constituency, Homa Bay County have suffered heavy losses.

They demolished the kiosks because the traders were accused of encroaching the road reserve where they constructed their Kiosks for business activities.

The traders expressed concern that their business structures had been torn down without a word of warning from the authority.

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They asked the Homa Bay County government to intervene so they could find an alternative site at which to carry out their business activities.

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