Job seekers suffered the most during the protracted electioneering period as companies sharply cut back on hiring.
Kenyan-based online search website BrighterMonday recorded a 17 per cent drop in new job advertisements in August and another 29 per cent dip in October.
During the March 2013 General Election, the site recorded 7.2 per cent drop in job postings.
The site recorded 1,531 job postings in August from the 1,857 in July. The repeat presidential elections in October saw postings decline further to 1,190.
The Kenya National Bureau of Statistics (KNBS) does not publish unemployment figures, making it difficult to track the extent of joblessness in the country.
BrighterMonday chief executive Emmanuel Mutuma on Monday said data from the portal showed that the period had been the toughest for job seekers in the country.
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