The country has seriously been affected by Covid-19 pandemic.Many people have lost their jobs with others ending up completely giving up in their previous businesses.Most of the businesses have collapsed.The cost of living is rising on daily basis with the prices of essential commodities such as fuel becoming unbearable.
President Kenyatta is however determined to leave a legacy.He has always maintained that he is determined to provide jobs for Kenyans.His frantic efforts have been seen in some sectors.Unfortunately,the number of jobs are not commensurate to the number of the qualified jobless graduates in the country.
Young Kenyans have received some good news of two separate jobs by the government.The Kenya Pipeline Company and The Judicial Service Commission have advertised jobs for young Kenyans.For the Kenya Pipeline jobs,the Graduates must have left college from 2019.They are one year internship jobs.Surprisingly,all the applicants must all be degree holders.
On the other hand,the Judicial Service Commission jobs are abit more.The application deadlines are 19th and 29th October consecutively as contained in the adverts below:
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