The term “globalization” describes the increasing connectivity of world societies, economics, and cultures, which is primarily brought about by an increase in commerce in products and services, foreign investment, the interchange of knowledge, and immigration. Significantly, both employment and trade have been impacted by this phenomenon. In particular, the industrial sector has seen job losses and a rise in wage disparity as a result. It has boosted international trade and established markets for goods and services from other countries. China and the US, for instance, have access to Africa’s abundant natural resources and sizable markets. Through investment and aid, they are vying for power and access to resources in Africa. They ought to work together and make additional investments in the fields of health and education.