The two-day job and vocational training fair is also expected to attract 50,000 visitors, who will share their experiences and views on various industries.
A job fair consisting of job opportunities, internships and vocational training offers kicks off today at the Belas Conference Center in Luanda and is expected to generate over 1,000 jobs for young unemployed people, the director of the Angolan Youth Institute, Jofre dos Santos, has told local newspaper O País.
According to Jofre dos Santos, the two-day fair aims to promote the integration of young people in the job market by offering a wide range of employment, training and internship opportunities. The announcement was made yesterday by the head of the Menongue Tax Office (General Tax Administration), Stefani Benza de Castro.
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