Skilled Labor Search in South Africa Opens Doors to the World

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Skilled-Labor-in-SouthAfricaSouth Africa is the largest producer of Gold, Metal, Diamonds, coal and what not. Some people visit South Africa is at an extensive range. But still, it is looking for the people to fulfill its need for the skilled labor in several areas. The unemployment in South Africa is the highest among all the countries in the world. Over the past years, it has become desperate to fill the employment position for engineers.

Only 8% of the native population is filling the jobs available it recent years, but the recent survey says that it has increased to 31%. There are 750 employment opportunities in the local market which are hard to fill in for. Skilled trades, engineers, management staff, accounting, and even finance staff. The list doesn’t end here sales representatives, secretaries, personal assistants, receptionists, administrative assistants, drivers, technicians, and teachers and last but not the least IT workforce.

The primary reason behind this is the lack of appropriate skill development among the local people. The scarcity of South Africa is impacting in a very wrong way to the economy of South Africa.

It might be a bad situation for the country, but it has open doors for people around the world who have the skills which will fulfill the country’s need and the ‘work in the abroad’ dream of skilled workers from other nations.

36% of talent search is being done by the country to improvise its current state of unemployment process. 31% of employers are finding it tough to meet the shortage. The lack of skill set in South Africa is better than few larger countries, but it is invariably less than some small countries such as Ireland.

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