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  • Jobs in Cameroon

    Jobs in Cameroon | Job opportunities in Cameroon

    The Republic of Cameroon is a unitary republic of central and western Africa. It is bounded by Nigeria to the western side; Chad to the northeastern side; the Central African Republic to the eastern side; and Equatorial Guinea, Gabon, and the Republic of the Congo to the southern side. Cameroon’s shoreline lies on the Bight of Bonny, part of the Gulf of Guinea and the Atlantic Ocean. Natural features include beaches, deserts, mountains, rainforests, and savannas. The highest point is Mount Cameroon in the southwestern side, and the biggest cities are Douala, Yaoundé, and Garoua. Cameroon contain over 200 different ethnic and linguistic groups.

    Jobs in Douala

    Jobs in Douala | Job Opportunities in Douala

    Douala is the biggest city in Cameroon and the capital of Cameroon’s Littoral Province. The city contains the biggest port and its main international airport is the Douala Airport. The city is the commercial capital of the country. As a result it handles most of the country’s main exports like oil, cocoa and coffee, timber, metals and fruits. It is the wealthiest city in the whole CEMAC region of 11 countries. The city is situated on the banks of the Wouri River, the two sides connected by Bonaberi Bridge. The estimated population of the city was about 3,000,000 in 2008. The climate of the city is tropical.

    Jobs in Garoua

    Jobs in Garoua | Job opportunities in Garoua

    Garoua is the capital of Northern Province of Cameroon situated beside the Benue River. Garoua has an estimated population of almost 435,996 inhabitants as per national population census conducted during 2008 containing a busiest river port of the country. Garoua’s major economic dependency is on its trade of agricultural crops containing bulk production of wheat, gram, cotton and sugarcane. Cotton production of the country is of excellent quality and has both demands of Raw as well as finished products in shape of textile commodities in the neighboring states of Cameroon. Textile processing amenities and luxurious airports are major source of revenue generation from the frequent traveling services. Garoua is a refuge of greenery in the central region of the bush. Cameroon is a home town of several sports including football, hockey and cricket. Cricket is not as much practiced as compare to s football & hockey.

    Jobs in Yaounde

    Jobs in Yaounde | Job Opportunities in Yaounde

     Yaounde is the capital of Cameroon and second biggest city in the country after Douala. It is located in the center of the nation at an elevation of about 750 meters (2,500 ft) above sea level. Main industries of the city include tobacco, dairy products, breweries, clay, glass goods, and lumber. It is also a regional distribution center for coffee, cocoa, copra, sugar cane, and rubber. The city is the administrative center containing government offices, some hotels, and the central market. The Bastos neighborhood, with the majority of houses owned by Cameroonians, is home to foreign embassies and the expatriate European community. The presidential palace and compound is in the Etoudi neighborhood.

    Jobs in Kousseri

    Jobs in Kousseri | Job opportunities in Kousseri

    Kousseri is a city of Northern Province of Cameroon and considered as a second major town of the country having an estimated population about 178,952 inhabitants as per national population census conducted during 2008. Kousseri is bordered by Chad after crossing a short distance from the Chari River in N’Djamena. Kousseri attains the status of a capital city of Logone-et-Chari department. It is a home to many markets, refugees of Chad and art theaters to amuse the residents. Previously Kousseri was a subpart of Bornu Empire till 1846 but after dual warship flanked by son of Sheik Mohammed and Bornu sultan Ibrahim, it got an independence from kingdom ship. Presently, the city of Kousseri is practicing best models of pure democracy. Its tribal culture dates back and linked with Arabian immigrants. There are many signs and postures of Arabian culture in its markets, houses and in official infrastructure.

    Jobs in Bamenda

    Jobs in Bamenda | Job opportunities in Bamenda

    Bamenda is a third thick populated city of Cameroon, generally pronounced as Abakwa and Mankon Town. It has an estimated population about 400,000 inhabitants as per national population census conducted during 2010. It is situated just about 369 km away from the Cameroonian capital of Yaoundé. It is basically a hilly town and has access to the highest peaks of the country. Hiking and tourism are major fun time activities in Bamenda. Bamenda is city of famous administrative cooperatives, plentiful markets, banks, and offices as well as major industries & processing units of agricultural products including tea & coffee. It has a reasonably stable economy and good per capita income of the local residents. Mostly people love to play several sports and games in the nearby play grounds.