Kazz Kazzian fashion boss urges CBN to give financial aid to designers
Nigerian fashion designer, Kazz Kazzian, has urged the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) to provide stimulus package to the fashion design industry in order to save up-and-coming designers
Another 1.3 mn workers file for US jobless benefits
Another 1.3 million US workers filed for unemployment benefits last week, as the slowdown in the pace of layoffs amid the coronavirus crisis continued, the government reported Thursday.
Local production suffers contraction, fuels unemployment concerns
Affirming the Bretton Woods institutions’ concerns about recession, the latest Purchasing Managers' Index (PMI) for the manufacturing sector has continued to reflect the sector’s weaknesses as regards production, new orders, and employment levels.
Falana knocks politicians over Nigeria’s underdevelopment
Poverty, unemployment, insecurity, impunity, corruption and abuse of office due to the nature of the peripheral capitalist system operated by the ruling class
83 per cent businesses to reduce salaries, downsize over revenue losses
Although the lockdown may have been relaxed, the impact on businesses may lead to further high unemployment, reduction in consumers’ purchasing power as the latest survey by the Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI),
Rising unemployment from virus fight threatens China's poverty targets
Although China is claiming success in its battle against the coronavirus, millions have lost their jobs in the economic fallout...
Nigeria risks loss of N2.27 trillion trade, increased unemployment
Nigeria may go into economic recession if the coronavirus pandemic persists for months and with the potential loss of N2.27 trillion worth of trade and significant job losses across sectors.
National policy on skill acquisition for youths
When talking about socio-economic development, one cannot but note the rate of youth unemployment, which has made it a sobering reality that Nigeria’s formal education system
US says uninsured coronavirus patients will be covered
The tens of millions of Americans who lack health insurance will be covered by the government if they fall sick with the COVID-19 illness, the US health secretary said Friday.
Entertainers seek government’s support to end unemployment
Stakeholders in the entertainment industry have called on the government to invest more in the sector, to tackle youth unemployment the Executive Director, Dephino Entertainment Company, Onoja Adole, disclosed that the industry had empowered photographers, vendors, comedians, presenters and graphics designers.