The steel industry has long been an international enterprise, with the continent’s top steelmakers operating in nearly every part of the world.
But with the world economy facing a growing supply glut, the African steel industry is at the center of the global economic crisis.
In 2016, the global steel industry lost over 70 percent of its workforce.
This year, steel prices have dropped more than 80 percent and there is growing concern about the future of the industry.
For the steel industry to thrive, many of its top executives and employees must be able to earn enough to survive.
But to succeed, steel companies need a strong, diversified workforce and a skilled workforce willing to learn new skills.
Here are some key facts about steel industry jobs in Africa: 1.
The world’s top five steelmakers employ more than 50,000 people in Africa.
Source: United Steelworkers union 2.
Africa has one of the lowest per capita income levels in the world: less than $4,500 per year. Source