Economic growth in the last decades in many developing countries has managed to somewhat increase prosperity of small segments of the population. But the continuing increase in births, plus the lack of the necessary infrastructure and available public funds renders the public services in developing countries seriously unable to fulfill their purpose. This is particularly obvious in the sector of education. When governments cannot provide adequate university places to satisfy the educational needs of the new generations, sustainable development is simply not possible.
Living in large urban centres, whether in London, Los Angeles or Lagos, generally opens up good job opportunities. The majority of large businesses and multinational corporations are located in big cities, which offer a good infrastructure, and attract a diverse workforce.
“The greatest challenge we face daily is bad internet connections when trying to contact applicants in remote areas and the best reward is when an applicant is efficient and by the second contact call they have already uploaded their documents and transcripts for evaluation.. “
IT Web Africa has recently announced a surge in mobile internet users in Zambia from 5.2 million to over 7.1 million in over a year. This comes just months after the country has announced that 80% of the fibre optic infrastructure has been laid, strongly boosting Zambia’s internet connectivity.