Urban farming: An opportunity for the unemployed youth

Urban farming involves cultivating, processing, and distributing food in or around a town or city. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Urban_agriculture This type of farming involves growing fruits, vegetables and rearing animals on small and well-planned plots of land. According to the latest statistics from Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA), an estimated 80,000 households are currently engaging in urban farming.… Continue reading Urban farming: An opportunity for the unemployed youth

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Do you have the skills to keep your job?

In today's dynamic job market, the need to have a unique skill(s) cannot be emphasized enough. New work models are cropping up like freelancing, where employees don't have to necessarily sit at a desk to work for an organization. Within many companies, teams are learning to be agiler, to work with distributed and remote workers,… Continue reading Do you have the skills to keep your job?

Integrity: A virtue essential for personal and national economic development.

Yesterday, I was part of a marketplace convention held in Kampala, Uganda. This convention brings together Christians from different walks of life to discuss and share their experience in the marketplace. Individuals who have been working for more than 10 years or so are given a platform to share their stories and experiences. They narrate… Continue reading Integrity: A virtue essential for personal and national economic development.

Artificial Intelligence: Reality of a jobless future.

After completing campus (University studies), the dream of every graduate is to get a job and apply the knowledge that we have amassed. We spend sleepless nights perfecting our CVs, making numerous job applications, and then dropping them off one office at a time. Finally, when that lucky break manifests and we get a job,… Continue reading Artificial Intelligence: Reality of a jobless future.

Automation: A threat to your job?

"What determines vulnerability to automation is not so much whether the work concerned is manual or white collar but whether or not it is routine." The Economist. With the job market taking the Automation path, is your job safe? If not, what are you doing about it? Thanks for reading, until next time...