Susan Mukami,Oketch Austine, David Kiriinya, Irene Wanjiru Gichuki and Billy Muyeka Muchesia work exclusively regarding the cyberspace, capitalising from the ever-increasing opportunities online. They inform us exactly how ‘cosy’ it really is to focus from the couch, when you look at the comfort of their homes. PHOTOS| CHRIS OMOLLO, PHOEBE OKALL AND DENNIS ONSONGO
- They don’t yearn for any office job many young graduates dream of; freelancing they state, suits them just fine
- This discerning selection of young professionals we have interviewed work exclusively on the cyberspace, capitalising regarding the ever-increasing opportunities online.
The freedom and the wide range of opportunities that come with this option while a significant number of young Kenyans are freelancers for lack of ‘proper’ jobs, there are those who choose this route due to the flexibility.
This discerning set of young professionals we have interviewed work exclusively in the cyberspace, capitalising from the ever-increasing opportunities online. They tell us just how’ that is‘cosy is to get results from the couch, in the comfort of the homes.
Susan Mukami, 25
Education: Environmental Studies and Community Development (Kenyatta University), Public Relations (Nairobi Institute of Business Studies)