Every year, nearly half (48%) of all graduates in Ghana end up unemployed. Meanwhile, over 34% of Ghana's population are online. So, I thought of a way where people (especially the youth) can turn their skills and passion into jobs using via the internet to help them become self-employed and drastically reduce youth unemployment.
GigShip is an online platform where small business owners can hire tertiary students (and graduates) from Ghana as freelancers and part-time employees for their mundane and technical tasks while paying them only for their job done or time spent. Thus, tertiary students gain both hands-on experience and extra money while business owners save money by reducing the time and cost of hiring full-time employees.