More than 4,000 graduates have reacted to 200 jobs offered by the South Darfur Civil Service Department last week.
An official at the South Darfur Civil Service Department told reporters in the capital Nyala on Sunday that more than 4,000 graduates crowded in front of the Civil Service’s Selection Office last week. Interviews for the 200 vacant posts started on Wednesday.
The director of the South Darfur Graduates’ Deployment Project, El Hafiz El Goni, reported in October that there are more than 13,000 graduates seeking work in the state. He predicted that their number will rise to 38,000 next year.