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  • Jobs in Nakuru

    Jobs in Nakuru | Job Opportunities in Nakuru

    Nakuru is the provincial capital of Kenya’s Rift Valley province. The estimated population of the city was around 300,000 inhabitants and currently the fourth biggest urban center in the country, located around 1850 m above sea level. It is also the administrative center for Nakuru District. The economy of the city is dependent on agriculture; manufacturing and tourism. The region and its surrounding towns are known for its vast agricultural potential with several small farms and also vast agricultural enterprises. Major crops grown around Nakuru and marketed in the town include coffee, wheat, barley, maize, and beans. These crops are stored in huge silos at the border of the town by the National Cereals and Produce Board and Lesiolo Grain Handlers Limited. The crops offer the primary raw material for the manufacturing industries found in Nakuru and Nairobi.

    Jobs in Kisumu

    Jobs in Kisumu | Job Opportunities in Kisumu

     Kisumu is a port city located in the western side of Kenya at 1,131 m. the estimated population of the city was around 355,024 in 1999. It is the third biggest city in Kenya and a main city of western Kenya, the capital of Nyanza Province and the administrative center of Kisumu District. It has no municipal charter. It is the biggest city in Nyanza Province and second most significant city after Kampala in the greater Lake Victoria basin. The port was established in 1901 as the major inland terminal of the Uganda Railway and named Port Florence. The trade of the city was originated in 1980s and 1990s, but the city’s economy still depends on the oil exports.

    Jobs in Mombasa

    Jobs in Mombasa | Job Opportunities in Mombasa

     Mombasa is the second biggest city in Kenya. Located on the Indian Ocean, it has a main port and served by an international airport. The city also serves as the center of the coastal tourism industry. The actual name of the city is Manbasa but in Swahili it is called Kisiwa Cha Mvita, which means "Island of War", because of several changes in its ownership. The town is also the administrative center of Mombasa District, which, like most other districts in Kenya, is named after its chief town.

    Jobs in Kenya

    Jobs in Kenya | Job opportunities in Kenya

    The Republic of Kenya is a country in East Africa. Situated beside the Indian Ocean, at the equator, Kenya is surrounded by Ethiopia, Somalia, Tanzania, Uganda plus Lake Victoria, and Sudan. The capital city is Nairobi. Kenya extends an area about 85% the size of France or Texas. The inhabitants have grown quickly in recent decades to nearly 38 million. Kenya has many wildlife reserves, containing thousands of animal species.

    Jobs in Nairobi

    Jobs in Nairobi | Job opportunities in Nairobi

    Nairobi is the capital and biggest city of Kenya. The city and its nearby area also forms the Nairobi Province. The name "Nairobi" comes from the Masai phrase Enkare Nyirobi, which translates to "the place of cool waters". However, it is commonly known as the "Green City in the Sun" and is bounded by several expanding villa bounds. Nairobi is the most crowded city in East Africa, with a current estimated populace of about 3 million. According to the 1999 Census, in the managerial area of Nairobi, 2,143,254 residents lived within 696 km2. Nairobi is currently the 13th biggest city in Africa. Nairobi is now one of the most famous cities in Africa politically and financially. Home to a lot of companies and organizations, including the United Nations Environment Program and the UN Office in Africa, Nairobi is established as a center for business and culture. The Nairobi Stock Exchange (NSE) is one of the biggest in Africa, ranked fourth in terms of trading amount and competent of making 10 million trades a day. The Globalization and World Cities Study Group and Network (GAWC) defines Nairobi as a prominent social center.