16 Nov 2021
Innovators under the aegis of Technology Ecosystem Dialogue (TED) have canvassed funding and support for startups and hubs to promote digital job creation in the country.
16 Nov 2021
Despite the effects of the pandemic on the aesthetics and wellness industry, Nigeria still retains its place as the second biggest market in Africa, valued at almost £2 billion.
10 Oct 2021
A Chieftain of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Prof Vitalis Orikeze Ajumbe says there is no cause for alarm over Nigeria’s level of indebtedness to creditor nations of the world.
1 Oct 2021
Development is reversing in many countries and it is threatening people’s lives, jobs, livelihoods and sustenance, President of the World Bank Group, David Malpass, has stressed.
1 Oct 2021
Nine philanthropic organisations have launched the ‘Protecting Our Planet Challenge’ and pledged $5 billion to protect and conserve 30 per cent of the planet by 2030 through support
25 Sep 2021
What sets you apart from the rest is the discovery of your purpose. The late Chadwick Boseman once said, “When you are deciding on next steps, next jobs, next careers
23 Sep 2021
University administration is one of the most daunting jobs in the education sector, and to some extent, the larger society. Perhaps, this informed the decision by governments
21 Sep 2021
The challenges are thrown at the government with the near-disappearance of white-collar jobs amid growing unemployment, under-employment and the increasing number of graduates
19 Sep 2021
The Managing Director, Ore Industrial Park, Mr. Femi Akinkuebi, has said the industrial drive of Ondo State government will drastically reduce the state’s unemployment.
21 Aug 2021
Gone are the days when children were trained in schools, with the sole aim of graduating with good grades in order to acquire good jobs.
3 Aug 2021
Governor Mai Mala Buni of Yobe State has tasked the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in the area of education, agriculture, and employment.
29 Jul 2021
Minister of State for Science, Technology, and Innovation, Mohammed Abdullahi, has expressed concern over a 2020 report suggesting 65 million Nigerian youths would be out of jobs