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The Are The Jobs You Can Start Working Without Experience

11 high-flying jobs that Kenyans fear applying for - People Daily

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There are jobs you can start working without much or little experience. What you may need are only formal education and good communication skills. And maybe after recruitment, you need to undergo induction training on what you may be required of. the following are a few of these jobs.

1. Janitor

Janitors sometimes can be called caretakers or cleaners. Most of the employers can take even lower school leavers for this positions, they only need someone who can understand what they are expected of.

2. Nuns

Sometimes we refer to them as house managers, they don't need much experience on this. They only need life skills to learn house activities. Skills such as cooking, washing, and taking care of children, others are even trained by their bosses.

3. Insurance Agents

Are you a high school leaver or university graduate with good commanding English and convincing power, then stop lamenting that there are no jobs. This job will not require having 5 years of experience, but to be resilient.

4. Security Guards

There are private security companies with reputable salaries which can enable you to achieve your goals as you will be waiting for the job of your dream. This company will hire you, train you at their own cost then they start paying, as long as you meet their requirements.

5. Sales attendant

A sales manager can be asked for degrees for his/her position, but you need formal education and customer service skills to sell or over sales services. Shop attendant, the petrol station attendant, supermarket attendant to mention just a few, all these they need knowledge and skills to handle money.

So let not your degree bar you from working, you just need to start small and grow. It's better half loaf than none at all. shed your bright and start doing the job you come across. Until next time, you can follow us for more details.

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