Unemployment After NSS—One Major Factor

Over the years, there has been an increase in the unemployment rate among University graduates in Ghana. Each year, millions of students graduate from the various tertiary institutions in Ghana. However, only a few of these graduates are able to secure jobs after their national service. How worse is the situation?

Data from the Institute of Statistics Social and Economic Research (ISSER) has revealed that only 10% of graduates find jobs after their first year of completing school. This is not only a national issue, but a security threat which must be critically looked at.

Among many factors which increases the likelihood of being unemployed such as lack of employability skills, inadequate knowledge about modern technology, deviant behaviours at the workplace and poor communication skills; one major inconspicuous factor associated with unemployment is improper dressing identified with National Service persons. While some NSS personnel dress rather too casual for the job, others dress indecently to work places making it difficult for managers to retain them after service.

In view of this, Worla_Afrique, a bag and clothing brand, will be running sales at discounted prices in the month of September on all merchandise. It looks forward to providing quality, yet affordable bags and turtleneck tops suitable for workplaces and other events. Launching on 5th September, the variety of bag collections include clutches, wallets, hand bags, African print bags and etc. Turtleneck tops are available in different colours for both men and women. Want to reach us? Follow us on

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