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Why Work in Finance

Rwanda currently targets to create 1.5 Million productive jobs by 2025, coming largely from the identified priority sectors (NST1 2017-24). Rwanda has Identified financial services as a priority sector to accelerate the country’s economic transformation agenda.

According to the latest labor market survey, the sector currently employs only 1% of the total workforce; estimated 38,434 professionals.(Rwanda Labour Force survey 2020) Assuming a consistent growth rate, financial services will be set to see an increase in job creation of 34% (estimated) by 2025.

With the creation of the Kigali International Financial Center , it is developing the skills base and expertise of Rwanda’s financial service sector , proving the highest quality services and professional expertise to efficiently service global Investors and financial Institutions seeking to Invest In Africa.

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Register to further your career and professional network in Rwanda and beyond. KIFC Professional skills data bank enables you to have access to in demand job vacancies and investment opportunities, access to masterclasses , webinars and expert talks, and connects you to other like-minded financial professionals

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