A year on from the start of his professional career, Ntirhoe, 30, is still struggling to find his feet.
“I didn’t think I would have to work at all,” he said.
“But now I am just working.
The Ntiriho business consultancy, based in Sydney, provides advice on marketing, recruitment and training to organisations in the construction, agriculture and retail sectors.
“We try to do it as well as we can,” Mr Ntiruho said.
One of the biggest hurdles is finding the best work.
The Ntalho team of 10 has already had to deal with some “crazy” work.
One client was a government-funded school that used a computer-assisted learning system to teach English, which meant it was not always possible to get a work-related document.
But the other clients also faced problems, like a government school which used a tablet computer system and had to do everything manually.
“They just kept doing it.
It was a nightmare,” Mr Moko, who was employed in a software development position, said.
The other problem was the need for a specialist job, which required a lot of paperwork.
One such job required an extensive training programme.
The software development role had been the main way the Ntalhos staff had been able to find work.
“Now they can’t do anything because they have to have a computer,” Mr Rene, 30 who worked in an engineering position, Ntalhoe’s chief executive, said of the software development job.
The problem is not limited to Australia.
Around the world, companies are struggling to get the right people and skills into the workforce.
Mr Mokoz said many employers are struggling too.
The industry is also grappling with a shortage of qualified workers in its workforce. “
There is an increasing gap between the skills and the people,” he added.
The industry is also grappling with a shortage of qualified workers in its workforce.
“The shortage is really big,” Mr Jefre, 38, who works in a customer service role at a construction company, said from his home in South Africa.
“Most companies are not able to hire more people, because they are losing their capacity,” he explained.
“Even the best companies can’t fill the gap.”
The shortage is a challenge for all employers, Mr Rhen, the Ntiriso manager, said, because it is a matter of choice.
“Companies have to make a choice: do you want to hire the people who are not really ready to work?”
Mr Rheng, the manager of Ntalo’s software development business, said his business was already struggling to hire people.
“If we are doing the right things we can do, but we don’t want to do them,” he concluded.
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