Jobartis Joins the Network

Jobartis Joins the Network

26 July 2017

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We are excited to welcome a new member to the Network: Jobartis from Angola.

Jobartis was launched in 2013 with the need to create a useful employment tool for companies and job seekers. Today, Jobartis is the number one job board in Angola. Jobartis’ main priority is to keep its database up-to-date with the best candidates. It focuses its efforts on obtaining Angolan candidates in both Angola and its diaspora, without neglecting relevant foreign candidates. Jobartis has a physical presence in Angola and sales hub in Europe to centralize sales and scale growth. 

If you’ve ever been to Africa, you must know that it is developing at a very fast rate. Angola is the fifth largest economy in Africa. The IMF forecasts 2% growth in 2017.  

Further, the following highlights are the key findings about Africa from the World Economic Forum's Executive Briefing from May 2017 entitled (appropriately enough) "The Future of Jobs and Skills in Africa." 

The Youngest Working Population. More than 60% of the population is under age 25 in sub-Saharan Africa. By the year 2030, researchers expect that more than 25% of the world's under-age 25 group will live in Africa. By 2030, the working age population will grow from 370 million adults to 600 million. 

Educational Levels. In 2010, 36% of the adult population in Sub-Saharan Africa had a secondary education. By 2030, that percentage will increase to 52%. Over the next three, each year 15-20 million educated young Africans will join the workforce. That's a demographic windfall that the workplace and society must prepare for if they are to score the advantage. 

Currently trending professions. The following professions are currently popular in Africa: 
• Creative industries 
• Food technologists 
• 3D designers 
• Data center workers 
• Education and health workers 

In the future, researchers anticipate job growth in the green industry, ICT, hard and soft infrastructure, and some work will employ new formats. Comparing that list of job growth industries to the list of current popular professions, it's not hard to see how much the skills required will change.  

Bem-vindo à Network, Jobartis!

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