Students at secondary schools in Kenya strive harder to ensure that they attain the minimum university entry grade with the help of their hardworking teachers. The main reason behind the hard work of the students is that they want to model their lives to be more useful and also reprieve their parents the burden of paying fees under private sponsorship.
The 2020 Kcse results were released on 10th this month and the students have a crucial task of choosing courses that will gear their lives to where they wish. Here is a list of marketable courses to pursue;
it is among the best courses to pursue. One can pursue bachelor of education arts or science and there are numerous teaching combinations to choose based on you subjects performance.
Nursing, medicine and Surgery
The current situation of Covid-19 disease has proved that the health sector needs many professionals in the field
Engineering and Technology
The world is advancing on a daily basis and therefore learned engineerers are in demand.
The field is extensive and one who opts to pursue the course has high chances of getting a job within a short period of time and moreover one can start his/her own law firm and make millions of money.
Share, comment and suggest the courses you consider to be marketable, thank you.
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