It is a well-known fact that the unemployment rate, especially amongst young people, is higher than it's been in years. As such, developing a wider range of skillset is invaluable in order to set yourself apart and provide you with more opportunity. Naily Makangu shares her experience of how she has used volunteering to carve a unique career path whilst at the same time making an impact in her community.
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