With 48 percent of Ghana's university graduates not employed, the thirst for making it in life remains one of the major priorities on the mind of every young graduate.
To this reason, so many young graduates have been devising some practical ways of making the needed capital for their financial independence. YEN.com.gh has come up with some of the major things that most Ghanaian university graduates are getting themselves into to bring home the needed cash for their independence!
It first started as a normal private car service application on Google App Store but now moving in with a wave, providing the needed independent and part time jobs of Ghanaian youths.
All you need to become that independent driver on Uber is by having a registered vehicle and also a drivers license plus other requirements then you are on your way to making that ready cash!
2. Network marketing
Just like Uber, people are also taking advantage of this new trend called network marketing! How does this work? Well, network marketing is all about introducing friends on social media to a particular product so you can win a commission via cash especially.
How simple does that sound. So let's say if Kofi is the owner of x and asks Ama to sell x using social media, Ama will then be rewarding for each and person on social media that she convinces to buy x. Meaning if one person who buys x equals 100 cedis then 10 will be a whopping 1000 cedis!
3 Food vending
Ever heard about "waakye on wheels" or "food deliveries"? Yea! These and many more are the tricks that most young persons are adopting to make money. There's no denying the fact that with the busy nature of Ghana's population, no one has just the appetite to put a saucer on fire to cook. And that's were the trick of selling food for cash comes in! All that matters is a perfect packaging strength.
It is the wish of everyone to look good and smell nice and there is no denying the fact that young persons of this day and age are hungry for good looks. And that's where the entrepreneurial spirit comes in! Majority of things young people buy with their cash today are things that you can also cash into.
5. Body fitness
Aside looking good and smelling nice, most Ghanaians have now been caught up in the craze of gyms and fitness and this is also an avenue where many people are making great businesses. From being a personal coach to a sponsored model on Instagram many young persons seem to have taken this mode to make easy but hard cash!
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