An investment banker has called on university students to consider entrepreneurship while in school.
Joe Jackson has explained that about 40% of university graduates may remain unemployed after school.
Per a Myjoyonline.com report, Jackson said that the current economic conditions do not create employment opportunities for them.
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According to Jackson, “Ghana has a long way to go in tackling the depressing phenomenon of joblessness.”
He went on to say that “partisan politics, widespread corruption, greed and recklessness in the country” are responsible for the current trend.
Speaking on the theme, ‘Press On’ Jackson added that those who do not have parents or guardians with influence may be in trouble, as they may remain unemployed.
The good news however, he went on, is that entrepreneurship could bring in money, but the journey is arduous and requires a lot of time.
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