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    Kenyans Line Up for Middle East Jobs Despite Record of Abusei
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    April 19, 2013 3:08 PM
    Young Kenyans facing a tough job market at home are traveling abroad for work at hotels and homes in the Middle East. While recruiters promise steady work at a good wage, the reality can be much different. VOA East Africa Correspondent Gabe Joselow has this report from Nairobi.

    Kenyans Line Up for Middle East Jobs Despite Record of Abuse

    Published April 19, 2013

    Young Kenyans facing a tough job market at home are traveling abroad for work at hotels and homes in the Middle East. While recruiters promise steady work at a good wage, the reality can be much different. VOA East Africa Correspondent Gabe Joselow has this report from Nairobi.


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