Current Jobs in Ghana 2016. Vol. 1
Welcome to the year 2016. The year 2015 came with many wonderful opportunities as well as many heartbreaking news. You might be lucky to get the best business deals in the year 2015, get good job appointments and perhaps, loss your job. Whatever be the case, there is the need to move forward in life. The Lord has brought us to another wonderful year, the year 2016. If only you will be zealous and serious enough with timely and carefully planned strategies, then good opportunities and chances may come your way.
The year 2016 in Ghana will be a tough year. One of the striking things about the year 2016 is the December 7 Presidential and Parliamentary Elections. You can be sure that politicians will definitely create a lot of jobs for both the youth and the adults. You have to be strategic in your planning. If only you do your very best especially in the government sectors, then it is likely you will be called for interview. Know when to apply for the right job. If possible, connect yourself to some people whom you know work in the government sectors and develop good relationship with them.
Another area one must pay attention is the local and district assemblies. Normally, the government and seating MP’s will like to create jobs for people, award contracts and do their possible best to assist the people in their constituencies in a bid to be in the good books of the masses of the people.
Some temporary and easily created jobs during election times are polling station agents, clerical and statistical officers to assist the electoral works, graphic designer jobs for advertising (mass branding and printing of Political T-Shirts and other Souvenirs), political campaign team members, communication team members and any other easily created jobs.
If you have any special skills that can at least fetch good money then this is the time for you start lobbying your way to the Presidential and Parliamentary Candidates to be awarded contracts such as Mass Printing of Political T-Shirts and Lacoste, Souvenirs and others.
As you lobby for these kinds of jobs, bear in mind that they are highly risky and the cost associated with them are very high. They have high tendencies of making profit as well as huge losses. For instance, printing over 1000 – 10,000 T-Shirts for a political party candidate with the promise of paying you back when he wins the elections. The question is: What about if his party does not win the elections and he loses?
Whatever be the case, fight the good fight in the year 2016. Current jobs in Ghana 2016 are not the reserved of those who have all the connections in the world but to anyone who makes at least an effort to get a job.