THE YOUTH Employment Agency (YEA) will introduce a Job Center in the coming weeks, to provide quick employment opportunity messages to youth who are in search of jobs.
This will prevent the current situation whereby some jobless youth miss employment opportunities due to lack of information.
Lawyer Justin Kodua, CEO of YEA, said his outfit wants employment opportunities to be available to all, and stressed on the need for every Ghanaian youth to be given an equal opportunity for jobs without discrimination.
“This Job Center will help make employment accessible to all the youth in the country”, he stated.
Addressing a recent NPP Youth Conference in Kumasi, he disclosed that some 20,000 youth will be trained freely in handiworks this year.
“They will be trained in carpentry, hair dressing and auto mechanics, just to mention a few”, he disclosed.