Kenyans Optimistic About Employment In 2015
This is according to a poll released today by IPSOS Synovate which was conducted between 9th and 15th December 2014 involving 2,190 respondents.
The survey shows that 44% of Kenyans think that employment opportunities and economic conditions are likely to worsen.
The report also states that 39% of Kenyans will focus more on saving money in 2015 with 22% aspiring to land job opportunities.
43% of Kenyans think that security is likely to worsen in 2015.
49% of Kenyans are of the view that corruption levels will worsen in 2015 with another 47% anticipating the cost of living to worsen in the new year.
It was also found that 50% of Kenyans are aware of major reports or cases of corruption that have taken place since the Jubilee government came into office.
By Rehema Juma
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