Tuesday, September 26, 2017
  Most Kenyans want to work at KRA but I can assure you that getting a job there is not easy.If you want to get employment at KRA, whether as a Graduate Trainee or other positions then you must do the following. The most common way of getting a job at...
  Bachelor of Commerce Bachelor of Commerce is one degree course that has attracted the highest number of students in any university, but the rate at which the job market responds to desperate graduates is not encouraging. It is estimated that more than 40 % of BCOM graduates are currently jobless. Individuals...
    In Kenya, most people think that you will only get a job if you possess a university degree, but there are more than 30 jobs that require no university degree. You only need a KCSE certificate or a college certificate to perform the duties. Driving Motorcycle Riders Air Hostess Front Office Jobs Customer Care...
  Internship is a wonderful experience for students as well as fresh graduates who intend to feel the atmosphere at the work place. But without salary, interns often feel the heat of spending without earning. Though many companies don’t pay interns, there are few firms that pay small stipend to...
  United Nations is the best employer in Kenya in terms of salaries and working conditions. The body, which has offices in Gigiri Nairobi, employs workers on contract basis but what they offer in terms of salaries and other packages is out of this world. Individuals join United Nations at different...
  If you are a graduate, fresh or experienced, and you are enthusiastic about Auditing but perhaps wondering which companies employ Auditors. We have a list of Audit and Accounting companies in Kenya where you can drop your CV. Deloitte & Touche Limited Deloitte & Touche is among the four biggest Audit...
  A degree in statistics is marketable in Kenya, but sometimes it’s hard to know where to look for employment. There are over 500 companies in Kenya where graduates with a degree in Statistics can seek employment. The following is the list. Consumer insight Kenya National Bureau of Statistics Kemri Deloitte PWC E&Y KPMG PKF East Africa Government Parastatals Innovation for Poverty...
  When earning a monthly salary of Sh 50,000,the tax charged on the salary is 17.22 %.Which implies that after tax you will earn a monthly salary of Sh 39,111.90.The tax charged here, according to the percentage stated above,NHIF and NSSF,is Sh 8,608.10 Gross Pay                                        KSh 50,000.00 NSSF Pension Contribution         ...

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