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  • Encouraging Employment Outlook for South African Job Seekers in Q1 2014
    South African employment prospects expected to be strongest in the ELECTRICTY, GAS & WATER SUPPLY and MINING & QUARRYING sectors. Provincially, employers in the Western Cape report the strongest hiring intentions for the quarter.
    South African employers are reporting mild hiring plans for the first quarter of 2014 in the Manpower Employment Outlook Survey.
    Nationally, employers expect moderate opportunities for job seekers this quarter as South Africa's seasonally adjusted Net Employment Outlook stands at +4%. Despite the outlook staying relatively stable quarter-on-quarter, it is 5 percentage points stronger year-on-year.
    Lyndy van Barselaar, Managing Director of Manpower SA provides insights into why the South African employment market remains reserved, “While rising activity levels in the mining & quarrying, agriculture and service sectors should assist in reaching the expected average annual growth rate, South Africa still faces several challenges. The country’s business interests continue to be negatively affected by global trading conditions, with adverse local factors aggravating its performance in recent times.
    Recessionary conditions in South Africa’s main trading partner, the Eurozone, also have an effect on South African industries, especially in terms of exports and creating jobs in the private-sector.”
    Combined with subdued growth elsewhere in the world, such developments are impacting the prospects for job seekers in the New Year.
  • One billion opportunities: Building human capital in Africa
    Sustainable development in Africa will not be possible if those responsible do not factor in large segments of the population and ensure that training and capacity building efforts match the real needs on the ground. These are the findings of a panel discussion held on May 27 in Marrakech, Morocco, at the 48th Annual Meetings of the African Development Bank (AfDB).
  • 2014 likely to shower jobs as economy improves
    Surojit Gupta, TNN | Dec 28, 2013, 01.12AM IST
    NEW DELHI: The employment scenario in the country is likely to witness a surge in 2014 with the banking segment expected to hire aggressively and a rebound in economic growth raising prospects for jobs across sectors. A deep economic slowdown and delay in implementation of projects have hurt jobs in several sectors, particularly in manufacturing. The slowdown in developed economies also hit jobs in the export and other allied sectors.
    The banking sector has drawn up ambitious hiring plans for officers as well as administrative staff. State-run banks are expected to recruit about 55,000 officers and clerical staff in 2014. "On an average, in the next three years, the banking sector will recruit about 50,000 employees," said Anup Sankar Bhattacharya, director at the Institute of Banking Personnel Selection.
    The extent of demand for banking jobs is evident from the fact that nearly 10 lakh candidates appeared in the written exams for 19,000 vacancies for officers in state-run banks. Out of 10 lakh, only 57,000 will be called for interviews.

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Angola

Most expats live in Luanda, which is the most expensive expat destination in the world, before being overtaken by Tokyo in 2012. Mostly in expat compounds in the newer and more affluent Luanda Sul area to the south of Luanda...

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Benin

The country produces little in the way of agricultural products, and as a result, most of what one consumes has been imported at great expense. But expats also have the option of the local food.

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Cameroon

Yaounde is the capital city of Cameroon and second largest city in the country after Douala. The cost of living in Yaounde is average while in Douala is high in comparison to other places in the world.

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DR_Congo

Although five years of civil war ended in 2003, the country continues to struggle with political and economic insecurity Expats contemplating a move to the DRC should consider their options carefully, particularly if relocating with a family.

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Dubai

NThe cost of living in Dubai is very high. The quality, luxuriousness and attention to detail in Dubai makes it a comfortable place to live, work and explore. One can never ever suffer from boredom in a city within an emirate that has more activities, events, services...

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Ghana

The country is less riddled with crime, corruption and political instability. The cost of entertainment and dine out varies according to an individual expat's tastes and preferences. Dinner for two at a restaurant in Ghana...

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India

Currently, roughly 60000 expats work in India and the number continues to grow. Due largely to high property prices in the major cities of Mumbai and New Delhi, the cost of living in India can be quite expensive for expats seeking a high quality of life.

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Ivory Coast

The cost of living (Grocery, Transport, eating out etc) in Cote D'Ivoire is low. While Recreation and Culture costs is very high. Security for those who live in houses provided by employers is not an issue. Dine out for two would cost 5 USD.

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Kenya

There are a number of supermarket chains in Kenya, where shoppers can buy anything from dairy products to mattresses, furniture, alcohol and electronics and many imported food products. The best way to save money on groceries in Kenya is by buying local produce.

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Madagascar

Indians in Madagascar form a community of roughly 25,000 individuals according to the statistics of India's Ministry of External Affairs, other estimates of their population range from 15,000 to 30,000

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Malawi

Malawi is a small country in southeast Africa bordered by Zambia, Mozambique and Tanzania. Affectionately known as “the Warm Heart of Africa”, expats moving to Malawi will find a population that is friendly and welcoming.

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Moscow

Moscow is a rapidly expanding city, with the only constant being change. While it is regularly listed amongst the top ten most expensive cities in the world. Some of Moscow’s most attractive features are the many public parks dotted...

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Mozambique

Expats to Mozambique can expect sun-drenched, tropical beaches, warm hospitality and a low cost of living; many expats can afford to hire full-time domestic help, a luxury not often seen in the West.

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Nigeria

Many Western governments, including the US and the UK reports by the aforementioned bodies claim that both violent and minor crime rates remain high throughout the country, and that though foreigners...

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Oman

The country is certainly one of the gentlest introductions to the Middle East that expats could hope for: it is one of the safest, most stable countries in the Gulf region. Over one quarter of Oman's population is comprised of expats.

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Qatar

There are few major concerns when it comes to safety in Qatar, and the country remains an attractive destination for expats. As a result of the fossil fuel boom, as well as the relatively liberal policies established under former Emir Hamad bin Khalif...

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Rwanda

The cost of living is high, especially in Kigali; although expats will likely have higher salaries or local expenses to be taken cared of by the employers to offset this. Safety remains a concern for expats contemplating a move to Rwanda.

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Singapore

Expats moving to Singapore will find themselves in a city credited with offering foreigners one of the finest lifestyles in the world. The country has an exemplary public transport system, excellent communications...

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South Korea

The cost of living for expats in South Korea is generally quite low, but this can vary from city to city. The main areas of expenditure are housing and education, while general transport costs remain low.

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South Africa

South Africa remains relatively cheap in comparison to many western countries. In the 2012 Mercer cost of living rankings Johannesburg (154) and Cape Town (179) fall 23 and 21 places respectively on the previous year.

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Tanzania

One would find many expatriates from America, Europe, Asia, Africa. The cost of living is quite low. Prices in stores are fixed, but those offered at stalls are highly negotiable.Prices for common expenditures like Restaurants would cost...

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Tokyo

The city also boasts many art galleries and museums, and has a very rich live music scene. There are various summer concert festivals held around Tokyo and live concerts throughout the year. Expats in Tokyo religiously pick up their free weekly...

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Uganda

Uganda has been consistently ranked amongst Africa's fastest-growing economies since 1986 and has seen a steady expansion of infrastructure and a corresponding increase in tourism earnings.Those that do take the opportunity to relocate to Uganda...

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Zambia

The country is rated as one of the safest in Africa. With low crime rates, a stable political system and little threat from terrorism or ethnic strife, most expats report feeling quite safe in Zambia.Expats move to Zambia for casual or services based work...

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Zimbabwe

The US, Japan and Germany lifted their travel warnings to Zimbabwe in April 2009; an indication that the security risk for visitors is low. The cost of living in Harare is average in comparison to other places in the world.

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