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blog details: 47.3 percent of Ugandans live below both the poverty level and the double poverty threshold of $2.40 per day. From the World Bank, more than 18,447,000 Ugandans are vulnerable to poverty, compared to the country's 83 percent unemployed graduates, and this is part of a worldwide problem in which over 50 percent of Africa's graduates are unemployed each year. Children born in Uganda's slums not only face poverty now but are four times more likely to become impoverished adults even after earning a bachelor's degree.
There is little doubt that communities that are making significant progress in terms of job/wealth creation are those who are at the forefront of creating, implementing, and leveraging ICTs in their community. So, you're fresh on the job and have scored a plum management position, one of several general manager positions that your organization has open, but you're not sure what to do or how to proceed. You have all of the theoretical information and know-how about being a manager, but the reality is totally different, and you are at a loss for what to do.
This is the predicament that every new manager face, whether you've taken on sales manager jobs, project manager jobs, operations management jobs, or the aforementioned general manager duties! It is nothing new; every manager must go through it, and you will as well!
Internet stability in Uganda is extremely difficult to achieve. The internet is frequently sluggish, and when it is not slow, it is costly. This is, of course, changing, but for the time being, it remains the biggest barrier for potential consumers. I expect that with the increasing internet on mobiles, particularly with telecom companies rolling out 3G, this should not be a problem, especially if the online classifieds portal invests heavily in a mobile version, that is, one that is very easy to view on mobile phones rather than just smartphones.
This is crucial because mobile phone use, including internet access, is expected to be the next revolution in Africa, particularly in Uganda. In any case, it's already underway. There are a lot of job search websites in Uganda through which you can find manager jobs in Uganda among them.
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