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Most graduates in Nigeria waste years waiting for that white collar job with fat salaries when they could be doing something productive with their lives.
The rush for even the lowest paying jobs in the country now is alarming.The fact remains that there are jobs, but some job seekers can’t just know how to get it
Some youth in Ebonyi state, enlisted for the federal government’s N-Power documentation exercise have protested against alleged extortion.
Several people have suggested different possible solutions to the present Nigeria's condition. But today, I want to add my own proposition to the list.
There are millions in Nigeria who are unemployed President Buhari has just given jobs to graduates and Nigerians are unhappy
The graduation of these Nigerians comes at a time when Nigeria is facing serious economic challenge that led the close of many businesses.
In what might be considered an inspiring story, a graduate of accountant has taken to hawking food in a bid to make a living.