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Generation Kenya bridges skills gap in job market

Many students graduated with different technical skills to help them in future

In Summary

• It sources, trains and energises new recruits to be ready from day one on the job

Many employers struggle to find entry-level staff with the right technical skills and personal attributes.

Generation sources, trains and energises new recruits who can create value for your business from their first day on the job.

This year, many students graduated with different technical skills to help them in future. Present were Communication CS Joe Mucheru and PS Jerome Ochieng as well as Generation Kenya CEO Ramakrishnan Hariharan.