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Career Fair Fever In Addis Abeba

Catching up with the global trend, Ethiopia’s capital city hosted three career fair events in one week. Devex, LonAdd and Society of Human Resource Management in Ethiopia (SHRME) brought together diverse career professionals and employers. The career fairs provided a platform for a face-to-face human interaction; a CV or an online communication would not have captured otherwise reports, DANIEL BENJAMIN, FORTUNE STAFF WRITER.

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Employment Crunch

In the following years, Ethiopia will have its highest number of graduates ever leave universities around the country. However, there is a severe shortage of employment opportunities for these graduates to fill. As a result many are left with jobs like cobblestone paving, far from their field of study and dream job. Reports FASIKA TADESSE, FORTUNE STAFF WRITER.

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Employment Crunch

As many as fresh graduates and previous year graduates jointly visit the two vacancy announcement boards located at Arat Killio Square next to Jolly Bar

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Employment Crunch

As many as fresh graduates and previous year graduates jointly visit the two vacancy announcement boards located at Arat Killio Square next to Jolly Bar

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Employment Crunch

In the following years, Ethiopia will have its highest number of graduates ever leave universities around the country. However, there is a severe shortage of employment opportunities for these graduates to fill. As a result many are left with jobs like cobblestone paving, far from their field of study and dream job. Reports FASIKA TADESSE, FORTUNE STAFF WRITER.

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The Business Face of Facebook

The online social networking platform, Facebook, has recently celebrated its 10th anniversary. Its popularity in Ethiopia continues to grow – almost all of the nation’s Internet users have a Facebook an account. Although its primary purpose was for socialising, it has become an increasingly useful tool for business marketing. The popularity is helping to prop up Internet cafes, which are concerned about the growing presence of Smartphones and other new technologies, reports HIWOT SEYOUM, FORTUNE STAFF WRITER.

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Digging vacancies

New and old graduates continue crowding popular open air vacancy announcement areas such as Arat Kilo. They skim through newspaper and small vacancy papers, hoping to find a company willing…

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ALL IN ONE

A new kind of bus station, which was built by Sunrise Plc provides information to the residents of Addis Abeba such as the latest vacancy announcements and advertisement of products…

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Education Gaps Responsible for Poor Graduate Employability

With a total of 67,595 new graduates set to enter into the job market, there are concerns that Universities are not providing an education that matches employer needs. Indeed, often the only benefit companies see in hiring new graduates is the low salaries they can pay them. More must be done to ensure a high proportion of graduates are able to find work within their sector, reports BEWKET ABEBE, FORTUNE STAFF WRITER

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Adama Gets New Mayor, Again

Abraham Adole, the former deputy head of Eastern Shewa Zone, has been appointed as Mayor of Adama Town – a post vacated by Beker Shale when he was appointed as…

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The ERCA Gets New Boss

Adama’s mayor, Beker Shale, took over as the director general of the Ethiopian Revenues & Customs Authority (ERCA) on May 29, 2013, as rumour circulated in the administration that a…

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CBE’s VP Leaves to Commodities Exchange

Belay Gorfu leaves his position as the vice president of the country’s largest bank to become the Chief Financial Officer (CEO) at the Ethiopian Commodities Exchange (ECX). The Commercial Bank…