Ross Warner HR Solutions has vast experience in the domain of recruitment solutions. With offices in Nigeria and Ethiopia, we have worked with various African clients for the past 15 years. Ross Warner HR Solutions is a trusted HR solutions partner in the African region, an expert at understanding client requirements for job openings and coordinating with suitable candidates to fill the gaps.
Africa is a diverse continent well-known for its adventures. More recently, it has been recognized as a land of work opportunities and is considered an attractive retirement destination. Despite the prevailing social and economic conditions, Africa faces a significant brain drain, and the demand for skilled professionals is rising.As one of the leading recruitment agencies in Ethiopia, we are adept at understanding the country's unique position. We are in touch with businesses across industries and cater to their requirements proficiently. We excel at tracking ex-pat jobs in Ethiopia and finding the right match from our database of talented professionals.
Ross Warner HR Solutions, one of the leading employment agencies in Ethiopia, specializes in sourcing the right talent across industries. Our staff works with clients to provide comprehensive and effective recruitment solutions. We assist the clients and the candidates at every step of the recruitment process, including workforce mobilization, screening, and documentation.
Our recruitment services in Ethiopia extend across the entire range of unskilled to highly skilled jobs. We maintain confidentiality and pay attention to quality while fulfilling the client's requirements to the best of our abilities. We have a deep understanding of our client's requirements in Africa and are well-versed in the diverse job culture in the continent. Ross Warner HR Solutions is a name trusted for Indian ex-pats hiring in Ethiopia.
Famous for the origination of coffee beans, Ethiopia has been one of the fastest-growing economies in the world over the last ten years. Agriculture has been the largest sector in terms of GDP contribution and employment. Other sectors such as construction, manufacturing, resources and energy, tourism, and food processing have also developed. Newspapers, job recruitment websites and recruitment agencies in Ethiopia like Ross Warner HR Solutions are some sources for finding jobs.
The economic development in Ethiopia and overall growth in Africa are summarized in the table below. Employment Agencies in Ethiopia are optimistic about job opportunities as the country and the region experience improvements.
|Economic Growth||World Bank & Africa’s Consumer Market Potential||
In the last 15 years, Ethiopia’s economy has been among the fastest growing in the world at an average of 9.5% per year
Ethiopia has been reported to be one of the fastest-growing economies in the world over the past decade, with an average annual GDP growth rate of 10.5 per cent from 2005-06 to 2015- 16
|GDP||Statista||GDP Forecast of US$124.50 billion in 2025 from US $ 112 in 2022|
|ECX||Africa’s Consumer Market Potential||Ethiopia Commodity Exchange (ECX) launched in 2008 - the first of its kind in Africa|
|Total Wealth & Consumer Spending||Africa’s Consumer Market Potential||Ethiopia is out of the 11 countries that account for roughly 80% of the total wealth and consumer spending|
|Sector contribution||Statista||Industry & Service Sector share has grown from ~50% in 2011 to ~56% compared to agriculture in Ethiopia|
|FMCG Industry||Africa’s Consumer Market Potential||The FMCG market is growing at a compound rate of 3.9% and is expected to get doubled by 2030|
|Manufacturing||Stats SA||B-to-B manufacturing is projected to reach $666.3 billion by 2030 which is $201.28 billion more than in 2015|
|Non-Agricultural Sector||Quarterly Employment Stats||An increase of 75,000 employees in 3rd quarter of 2020|
|Construction Companies||Quarterly Employment Stats||An increase of 21,000 employees in 3rd quarter of 2020|
|Gross Earnings||Annual Final Stats||An increase of 5.5%|
|Turnover of Small Businesses||AFS Survey||Expanded from 16% of total turnover to 22% in 2019|
The population of Ethiopia is more than one hundred million, out of which over five million live in the capital city of Addis Ababa. It is the second most populated country in Africa after Nigeria and the biggest landlocked country in the world in terms of population. Located in the Horn of Africa, Ethiopia is powered by strong natural resources and good trade connections. Ethiopia continues to grow economically and attracts talent across various flourishing sectors. Expat jobs in Ethiopia are available for both beginners and senior professionals. Taxation is comparable to neighboring countries, and access to quality education is available. Addis Ababa offers an excellent social life.
Some of the jobs and sectors that are likely to fetch handsome earnings in Uganda are