Equatorial Guinea has evolved over the years to become one of the sub-Saharan region’s largest oil and gas producers and these are its main exports. Forestry, farming, and fishing are also key players in the economy of this nouveau-riche country, with agriculture once the main driver of the economy.
Perhaps unsurprisingly, most positions for highly qualified professionals are in the oil and gas sector.
With Spanish colonial architecture in the capital, Malabo, national parks, gorillas, beaches, and volcanic offshore islands, there are many cultural and natural attractions in Equatorial Guinea for those who live and work there.
Malabo is the liveliest city, with entertainment and restaurants; the country generally has little to offer in the way of social life outside the capital. This due to the low income of most people, for which corruption is mostly to blame. Violent crime in Equatorial Guinea is lower than most nations in Central Africa.
CA Global has been recruiting professionals in various industries for 15 years. There are positions available in Equatorial Guinea across a range of sectors for qualified individuals from inside and outside the country. Visit the CA Global Africa Jobs portal to find recent jobs in Equatorial Guinea.