The Creative Sector Skills Gap Report 2021

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Nigeria’s creative sector holds tremendous potential to unlock the country's economy and provide increased employment opportunities for young people.


These studies presents emerging perspectives on the present landscape of the Nigerian creative sector as well as the shifts occurring within it and what this means for job creation. With a focus on Lagos, Kano and Kaduna, the skills gap report highlights the jobs in-demand within the creative sector and tries to identify where gaps exist between jobseekers’ skills and what employers require.


On the other hand, the sector study provides useful knowledge on how to understand the sector and attempts to advance an understanding of the factors promoting growth as well as the dominant issues within the sector and what this means for job creation and related labour market dynamics.

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