You can obtain information on demand of the labour market in terms of skills in high demand and vacancies available within a selected reference period. In addition, you can also obtain information on key labour market indicators and emerging occupations
Information on the labour demand is essential for job seekers, trainers, policy makers, career counsellors and recruitment agencies among others.
These are current top ten skills that are required to fill vacant positions that have been advertised within the year.
These are the top ten (10) jobs advertised within a specified period of time.Read More »
These are measures of key labour market variables. The indicators provide signals on the trends in the labour market in Kenya. Currently a number of indicators have been considered. The Indicators are derived from Economic Surveys carried out by the Kenya National Bureau of Statistics (KNBS) on annual basisRead More »
These indicators provide signals on the trends in the labour market in Kenya. Currently a number of indicators have been considered. The Indicators are derived from Economic Surveys carried out by the Kenya National Bureau of Statistics (KNBS) on annual basisRead More »
The Kenya Labour Market Information System (KLMIS) will regularly provide information on
new and emerging occupations in Kenya.
By definition, emerging occupations describes occupations or job categories that are created by changes in technology, society, markets or regulations. The new /emerging occupations come with new skill sets, knowledge, abilities and work activities that are not captured by current occupational classifications.
Individuals seeking new careers or new pathways within existing careers will benefit from this effort. Educational institutions developing training programs to meet workforce demands, and companies writing job descriptions for workers in a changing environment will also benefit. This information will also be important in the updating of the Kenya National Occupational Classification Standards (KNOCS).
Emerging economic sectors that are likely to create new occupations include: