The Nigerian sports industry is an integral part of the nation’s economy and cultural heritage. Unfortunately, despite the fact that the country has produced world-renowned sports legends, who have brought pride to Nigeria on the global stage, the industry is still largely plagued by myriad of problems. The list is endless; from insufficient funding for sports development, lack of direct support from government, poor welfare package for both active and retired sportsmen/women, scarcity of qualified coaches, high rate of unskilled and unqualified coaches, lack of adequate sports infrastructures, poor maintenance of sports facilities, lack of investment in sports infrastructure development, to inadequate sports technology and equipment.
Youths upskilled in fashion, film, PR, others as Jobberman delivers creative career fair to boost employment
Defying the heavy rains last Saturday, hundreds of Nigerian youths gathered at the 2023 Creative Industry Career Fair organised by Jobberman to learn, network and secure job placements with organisations that exhibited during the Fair.
15 Dec 2022
Jobberman Nigeria has published its latest report on How Young People Survive without Jobs, spotlighting one the nation’s key challenges as the year draws to an end. In a statement released on Monday, the company stated that the 38-paged report provides first-hand data on how the Nigerian youths navigate seasons of unemployment, with focus on…