Eastern and Central Kenya have the highest job opportunities due to thriving agricultural activities, good infrastructure and viable land. These regions offer employments more than any other region according to 2019 Housing Census data. Counties in these two regions include; Nyandarua, Embu, Nyeri, Kirinyaga and Muranga. These counties have the highest employment rate because they have ventured in agricultural activities and trade sectors. Since our economy largely depends on agriculture, it means these counties accommodate the largest number of Kenyans in terms of jobs. Youths looking for jobs can therefore be accommodated in these counties to work in industries and farms. Counties in this region also enjoy best infrastructure which are used to supply their produce to various outlets like Nairobi and Mombasa. Kenyan youths can seek jobs in these areas to work in informal sector or research fields. Population in these two regions also provide a domesticate market which means youths can be self-employed.
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