Many dream of becoming self-employed, but only a few dare. Instead of daring to jump in at the deep end, you can become self-employed on a part-time basis. This can make it easier to get started and overcome the first hurdles. But there is a lot to consider if you want to become self-employed part-time. … Continue reading Part-time self-employment in Kenya: tips & tricks
Becoming self-employed means starting a business or registering a trade – as shown in the steps above. In addition to these classic approaches, there are various ways that lead to self-employment. We have listed these alternatives: Make yourself self-employed out of unemployment For those who have been unemployed for some time, self-employment can be an attractive alternative … Continue reading Ways of becoming self-employed in Kenya
Freelance online jobs are the trend in Kenya. Freelancing is a collective term for various jobs one can work at will without the confines of formal work places. Freelancers are self-employed people who work independently for various clients and projects. This makes the freelancer jobs varied and versatile compared to employees – but often also … Continue reading Freelancing in Kenya – how to start and succeed
Unemployment rates in Kenya are very high but man must still pay the monthly bills and buy food to survive. This leaves most Kenyans with the option of exploring self-employment as a solution. Even for the employed guys, working is sometimes a means to an end not an end in itself. Therefore, after working for … Continue reading Self-employment in Kenya
Pharmacy is a lucrative course to study in Kenya. On average, diploma graduates in pharmacy will earn more than three times the salary of a high school teacher. Pharmacy is a marketable course with promising avenues for self-employment. Who is a pharmacist? A pharmacist is a healthcare professional who is trained to store, handle, prepare, … Continue reading Pharmacist marketability and salary in Kenya
According to a recent report by the Salaries and Remuneration Commission ( SRC) a Deputy Governor in Kenya earns a basic salary of KSh 373,000, a House allowance of Ksh 100,000 and Ksh 148,000 for market adjustment; all totalling Ksh 621,000 per month The Kenya Constitution (2010) introduced devolution in Kenya. It introduced local governments … Continue reading Governor, Deputy Governor, & Speaker salary in Kenya
Women Representatives (Reps) Salary in Kenya Since Women reps in Kenya are members of the National Assembly, their payment is similar to elected Members of Parliament. Thus, their basic salary is Ksh 426,000, a house allowance of Ksh 150,000, and market adjustment of Ksh 134,000. All these amounts to a sum of Ksh 710,000 every … Continue reading What is the salary for Women Reps in Kenya?
Interior designers’ work is to plan and design the interiors of buildings. They bring both technical understanding and artistic talent. The way into the profession leads through a degree in interior design. One can work as a freelancer or as an employee. Interior designers in Kenya tend to be women. What do interior designers do … Continue reading Interior design career in Kenya, prospects, and salary