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Important Suggestions On How SA teens need to be tech savvy.

The young population of South Africa are facing a serious problem when it comes to jobs and access to technologies facilities, but South Africa is regraded as one of the technological advance country in Africa and they are rubbing shoulders with world class country such as China, United States of America and Japan. South Africa can become a number one central hub for all the tech solutions for the world, if they want. Image credit: Google

South Africa has one of the largest infrastructure in Africa and state of the art facilities in the world. Many teenagers in South Africa, don't have the minimum and necessary tech skills in today's time. When a grade 12 student needs to apply for university or college, he or she needs the proper computer skills to use a computer or smartphone and this goes for applying a bursary, or learnership. Most of the jobs needs a SA teen to have the necessary computer skills to perform his or her daily tasks. Image credit: Google

We edge teenagers to avoid industrial and mining careers, because any of this industry needs technology to function and this starts from the computer boxes, chips or motherboards that enable those large machinery to function. A lack of personnel in the technology sector is a major concern and anybody can earn a large sum of money in the comfort of their own homes. They can develop website or programs for their clients, publish trending news through great platforms such as Opera News Hub. The young people can get themselves out of poverty and unemployment by learning a few technological or computer skills.


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