Current Jobs in Cape Coast 2016. Vol. 1
Living and working in the historical capital, the Central Region of Ghana all depends on getting current jobs in Cape Coast. Cape Coast is one of the interesting places to live and work in Ghana as it comes with many historical and tourist sites. Unlike the two major capital cities in Ghana, thus Accra and Kumasi, which have a lot of job opportunities, Cape Coast is not clustered with such vast job opportunities.
The Current Jobs in Cape Coast may be limited to the under listed
Areas of Job Opportunities in Cape Coast
The Central Region, Cape Coast has become the home and hub of education in Ghana. This is largely due to the colonization and slave trade that commenced at the Central Region. Education started in the castles in the early days of colonization through missionaries before spreading to the other regions of Ghana, hence the reason for the many educational institutions in Cape Coast.
The region is blessed with one of the best Universities in Ghana, The University of Cape Coast which has produced a lot of great men and women in the country. Aside the main university, Cape Coast is also blessed with a Polytechnic, Training Colleges, a lot of Senior High Schools both government and private and many other institutions. The educational sector in Cape is arguably one of the largest employer in the region.
One of the beautiful things in the Central Region is the sea creating occupation for the folks to go into fishing. A lot of the aged go into fishing. However, this profession may not be conducive for young graduates who are daring to do white collar jobs. I will highly recommend fishing and fish farming to young graduates who are jobless. With a little advance knowledge and technology added, Ghana’s fish farming should see another level of production. With farming, you will not complain of not catching enough despite all efforts wasted at sea but could be harvested at leisure time with less cost.
Visit Ogua (Cape Coast) where you will find the biggest fishes and crabs are caught in Ghana, hence the nickname “Ogua Koto” (Ogua Crab).
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