According to the Ghana Statistical Service, 1.74 million out of the 13 million of working age are unemployed. The number of the unemployed working class represents more than 13 per cent.
Engineer Emmanuel Yevugah has urged Ghanaians to take advantage of professional training avenues meant to provide automobile skills. He explained that there are more than 3 million cars in the country and the need for more automobile professionals keep raising.
As a way of helping the country to reduce the high unemployment rate, the top engineer revealed that he has put together important courses meant to help trainees to become independent business owners.
He explained that “the five-weekend training would transform job seeks to job givers”.
” I encourage commercial drivers, the unemployed graduate and any engineering enthusiast to make some efforts to acquire strong skills in automobile. Ghana will get there if we put our minds to it”.
Can the automobile industry provide significant solutions to the unemployment rate in Ghana?
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