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It’s time to face the facts. The lucrative jobs are getting fewer and harder to get. It is therefore not unanticipated that everyone is trying to gain an advantage over other applicants. For those who have no long legs (the Nigerian term for those who know people in influential positions), the best way to impress …
In Nigeria today, if you are employed, you are fortunate. So fortunate in fact that any kind of complaints about what you do will earn you angry glares from unemployed friends and a query letter from your boss, depending on who listens to you. However, that does not mean that Nigerians actually love what they …
Job searching can be stressful, especially because of the myriad of rules applicants are supposed to follow- from what to include in the resume to how to seat during an interview. It is almost as if the employers are scrutinizing every single detail of applicants. On the contrary, employers are also busy people who now …
Due to the high unemployment rate in the country, the task of recruitment is most times, as harrowing an experience as job hunting itself. Only one vacancy and thousands of applications to sift from. In addition, the rapid growth of the Internet has made it possible for job seekers to apply for jobs in various …
Finding the right job in Nigeria today is a difficult task. As a result, many people take up whatever comes their way. While this sounds like the sensible path at first, later on frustration, a lack of motivation and other problems come in and more often than not show in the job performance. Very soon, …
Yes, you read that correctly! It may seem a no-brainer for anyone in this country not to grab any job opportunity that comes his or her way in these harsh economic climate. However, chances are that if you accept the job offer in these 6 instances, you’re not likely to be any better off in …
Last Thursday, my Facebook wall was swamped with pictures of ex-corpers with their discharge certificates and lots of beaming smiles. It made me reminisce about my own experience and how things were so different then. Optimistically, we all looked forward to getting into the ‘labor market’ and landing that big job within a few weeks. …
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