YEA job fair: Young Ghanaian Graduate says he will not take Anything less than Ghc2000 as Salary

YEA job fair: Young Ghanaian Graduate says he will not take Anything less than Ghc2000 as Salary

  • A young Ghanaian graduate has recently revealed in an interview that, although he is unemployed, he would reject any job offer with a salary lower than Ghc2000
  • The confident man who appeared to know what his value is said, he possesses the right skills and certifications to receive a much better salary
  • He also mentioned that receiving anything below Ghc2000 as salary in Accra would be pointless given the high standard of living

A young Ghanaian man has recently granted an interview with Citi Newsroom and revealed that although he has been jobless for a year now, taking anything less than Ghc2000 as salary is out of the question.

The bold young man, whose name was not disclosed, made this statement at the just ended Youth Employment Agency (YEA) job fair held at the Accra international conference centre from Thursday, September 9, 2021, to Friday, September 10, 2021.

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According to the man, he will reject a monthly salary lower than Ghc2000 because he has an Information Technology (IT) background, and with his skills and certifications, he expects better pay.

YEA job fair: Young Ghanaian Graduate says he will not take Anything less than Ghc2000 as Salary
YEA job fair: Young Ghanaian Graduate says he will not take Anything less than Ghc2000 as Salary Source: Citi Newsroom
Source: UGC

Another reason he brought up is that he lives in Accra, and the cost of living is very high; hence to be paid below Ghc2000 would be of no help.

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The young graduate shared more about life as an unemployed graduate and his experience at the just ended YEA job fair.

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YEN.com.gh earlier reported that, an industrious young lady by the name, Aba Agyeiwaa Hall has granted an interview with YEN.com.gh where she shares her journey to owning a branded 'bofrot' business.

'Bofrot' is a type of doughnut that originates from Sub-Saharan Africa.

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It is a delicacy in Nigeria, Ghana, Sierra Leone and Cameroon.

Bofrots are also called Kala, puff-puff, mikate and togbei depending on the country.

Narrating her journey, Agyeiwaa said she completed Central University in 2019 and became a teaching assistant for National Service.

The COVID-19 pandemic emerged during national service hence she was unable to job hunt.

While at home, she noticed the demand for the food delivery services and rather than idling at home, she decided to hop unto it.

Source: Yen

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