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FUZU releases an improved platform for job seekers

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Using the latest technology, the website was created with the user experience in mind by providing the ultimate user-friendly experience with improved navigation and functionality. 

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Unemployment is soaring high and many young people are having difficulties in entering the working space. At the same time companies struggle to find the most potential talent among endless piles of CVs. Fuzu, Africa’s fastest growing career community, has recently launched a new website to make it simpler for job seekers in the country to plan their career and apply for jobs. Ever since its launch in 2015, the career platform has helped more than 800,000 users identify their unique strengths, improve their skills and competencies, and set a goal for their career with the aim of turning employment into a personal growth journey.

Using the latest technology, the website was created with the user experience in mind by providing the ultimate user-friendly experience with improved navigation and functionality. The website allows a registered user to outline their career goal and apply for jobs that are specifically matched to their skills.

Registered users can now benefit and stay informed with the latest career advice from industry experts, access free courses, as well as apply for jobs with the goal of helping them grow in every step of their career journey.

Fuzu users are also able to purchase premium products such as instant feedback on all their job applications as well as get access to career coaches at a low premium cost. Additionally, all of Fuzu users can gain Fuzu points, when they refer a friend or complete their profile/CV, which they can use to purchase their premium products.

Tell us below what it is you like about our new improved platform.

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    abdijabar ibrahim | April 13, 2017 14:04

    yaah iwiil welcome for this opportunities

    BILLY | April 04, 2017 14:57

    MOST YOUNG YOUTH DO STAY BROKE DO TO THE IDDLENESS AND GABLERING.THAT ENDING TO POVERTY


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