[WATCH] Digital jobs in Kenya are paid very well, says the CEO of the Kenya Private Sector Alliance (KEPSA)


In an exclusive conversation, Carole Kariuki, CEO of the Kenya Private Sector Alliance (KEPSA) said that digital jobs in Kenya have grown up and now employ millions in Kenya.

At the same time, Carole said that online jobs in Kenya now employ over 1.2 million people, with an average salary of about $ 200 (KES 20,000), while being able to work from the comfort of their home.

Carole’s comments come from the Kenyan government‘s study, National Study on Digital and Digitally Enabled Work in Kenya, which found that around 5% of the Kenyan population are online workers.

The survey was conducted by Ajira Digital, an official government program set up to help young Kenyans find job opportunities.

According to Carole Kariuki, CEO of KEPSA, 63% of adults across Kenya are familiar with the gig economy. In addition, 29%, 7.3 million people, knew the Ajira Digital Program compared to 5.5 million (14%) in 2019.



KEPSA is the private sector umbrella and umbrella organization founded in 2003 to bring the business community together with a single voice to engage and influence public policy for a favorable business environment. The Kenya Private Sector Alliance (KEPSA) is a membership organization with limited liability.

With currently over 500,000 direct and indirect members organized through corporate member organizations and corporate members, KEPSA is a key player in defending the interests of the Kenyan business community in the areas of trade, investment and industrial relations.

Some of its premium members are:

  • Airtel Kenya
  • Amazon web services
  • Bamburi cement
  • Bayer East Africa
  • Bidco Africa
  • BOC Kenya
  • Bollore Transport & Logistics
  • Boston Consulting Group
  • British-American tobacco
  • Centum investment
  • Chandaria group
  • Citibank
  • CMC motors
  • Davis & Shirtliff
  • Deloitte Limited
  • DHL
  • East African Breweries (EABL)
  • Ökobank Kenya
  • Facebook
  • G4S Kenya
  • Capital of Genghis
  • Huawei technologies
  • IBM East Africa
  • Kenya Power & Lightning Company (KPLC)
  • KPMG Kenya
  • KTDA
  • Fluid telecommunications
  • Maersk Kenya
  • Microsoft East and Southern Africa
  • Ogilvy PR
  • Pricewaterhouse Coopers (PwC)
  • State of dissolution
  • Safaricom Limited
  • Stanbic Bank
  • About Kenya
  • Vivo Energy Kenya
  • Wells Fargo
  • Wool values


LITERATURE RECOMMENDATIONS: [WATCH] 5% of the Kenyan population are online workers, according to the latest government survey from 2021


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