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November 30th Sports

Former national footballer Sharlie Joseph was expected in Grenada on Thursday as talks heighten that he will be the next head coach of the Spice Boyz.

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KM2 Expansion

Hundreds of young Grenadians are gaining employment opportunities at the rural based call center, which have recently expanded its enterprise to facilitate more jobs for locals.

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Columbus Calls

With a capacity of one thousand six hundred and fifty passengers and seven hundred crew members, the MV Columbus embarked on a 46 day voyage from Europe to the Caribbean.

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Labor Force And Unemployment

The male population continues to dominate the labor force, according to information shared by the Central Statistical Department, in the 2018 budget document. However a general decrease in the labour force has been recorded.

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Unemployment Rate Predicted To Further Drop

Minister for education Hon. Anthony Boatswain, who also holds the portfolio as minister for youth and sport has predicted that Grenada’s unemployment rate will again fall under the 20 percent mark in 2018.

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