Information technology (IT) is a career path that appeals to a large segment of the African youth population as many find it intriguing, engaging, classy and educative.
The African youth also believe that career in information technology puts them on the same path with their Western counterparts making this singular industry, the most robust avenue for job creation among Africa's teeming unemployed youth population.
However, despite the enormous potential youth interest in information technology presents for Africa in job creation, majority of the African youth that undertake the tedious process of being educated in information technology end up without any jobs, working in non-IT related fields or simply disillusioned by the lack of opportunities to thrive and fulfill their ambitions adding merit to the notion that Africa is simply a dream killer.
There is great news for the youth in Africa with training and passion for information technology as the continent's leading social enterprise creates 5,100 jobs in IT for the youth across all 54 African countries. The job which is known as “Mother App Trainer” in Africa's first economic war engages youth who have strong IT skills to help train the public who are captivated by the countless Development Channel innovations available through the Development Channel App on how to access and enjoy the benefits of the innovations through the App.
The job will have the youth with a passion for IT training parents on how to access child support for their loved ones through the App, Teachers on how to earn money through the economic war, students on how to get college loans, the public on how to use the economic system and so much more.
The youth involved in this great job opportunity will find it just too intriguing, engaging, fulfilling and rewarding yet they can work remotely without need to report to any office daily as the training is done over the phone and through the App while salaries and meetings are held through various functions on the unprecedented Development Channel mother App.
Compensations for the youth begin with payments for each App users trained with the company providing the leads of the interested public as well as the airtime and support and grows to $300 per month when 200 persons have been trained by the person in the position. There are also increases in salaries as more people are trained as well as bonuses such as access to phones and computer tablets including health care coverage and discount on need-based items.
As at the time of this articles, thousands of young Africans from all 54 countries have applied for the position and 5,100 will be issued appointment letters over the next few weeks.