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|Career / Re: Java Or Oracle DBA Or Oracle Developer by 1forall: 7:04pm On Sep 11, 2013|
Nothing is impossible pal as long as you know what you want and you're determined to get it.
|Career / Re: Benefits Of Working As A Cabin Attendant In A Nigerian Airline by 1forall: 6:59pm On Sep 11, 2013|
How about paying a visit to a few airline websites to start with, who knows what you may find? Do a little research pal.
|Career / Re: 10 Common Salary Negotiation Mistakes by 1forall: 6:54pm On Sep 11, 2013|
It doesn't help when you keep quoting
|Career / Re: Benefits Of Working As A Cabin Attendant In A Nigerian Airline by 1forall: 1:23pm On Sep 11, 2013|
The best way to find out the requirements is to look for such vacancies on airlines' websites and see what they ask for. What you mean by benefits is not quite clear, but if you like very frequent travel and hotel accomodatiion you might consider cabin attendant work as beneficial.
Someone I know calls the role that of a 'waiter/waitress in the air' but it's actually a bit more than that because in addition to delivering customer service, they undergo safety trainings too. However the sky is the limit in that field, and career progression is not really great. Once you've moved to the senior cabin attendant/purser position, there really are no further options.
|Career / Re: Java Or Oracle DBA Or Oracle Developer by 1forall: 8:21am On Sep 11, 2013|
^ Thanks for that comment.
DBA is quite different from software development so the OP can help us to be helpful by telling us why he's considering these 3 areas. OP what are your own thoughts?
As technology is very dynamic, and as you can't plan to be static, you would need to be flexible in your approach to skills development. You could learn Java and then find yourself in an environment that requires some Oracle skill so be ready to learn whatever it takes.
Java however would give the broadest foundation and probably is best to start with.
|Career / Re: Career Opportunity! by 1forall: 6:49am On Sep 11, 2013|
This is rather vague, you would need to provide more detail about this employer or it may get taken off. Contact blocked in the meantime as we await you to fix this. Thanks.
|Certification And Training Adverts / Re: It Career Day by 1forall: 10:22pm On Sep 10, 2013|
OP you mean 2013?
|Career / Re: 3 Reasons We Quit Our Dreams!! by 1forall: 9:56pm On Sep 10, 2013|
We're waiting for the other two..
|Sports / Re: Nigeria Vs Malawi - FIFA WCQ: (2 - 0) On 7th September 2013 by 1forall: 5:13pm On Sep 07, 2013|
Business go boom gaan for Calabar tonight
|Career / Re: National Association Of Unemployed Graduates (NAUG)To hold 1st Meeting In Lagos by 1forall: 8:11pm On Sep 06, 2013|
Just called you now no pickup..
|Jobs/Vacancies / Re: Nigerian Navy (DSSC) 2013/2014 by 1forall: 8:27am On Sep 06, 2013|
Okay we know you're both happy to find your kinsman on the forum but if everyone spoke their native language here then the forum would be meaningless, so let's keep it in English please fellas.
|Jobs/Vacancies / Re: Job Library 2013 by 1forall: 10:05pm On Sep 05, 2013|
September Week One Vacancies (Sep 1 - Sep 7, 2013)
1. EXXONMOBIL: Global Geoscience Programme 2014
Expires: 30 Sept
2. DANGOTE CEMENT PLC: Job Vacancies (12 Positions)
Expires: 17 Sept
3. PWC: Accountants
Expires: 8 Sept
4. SHELL NIGERIA: Graduate Recruitment Programme 2013
Expires: 31 Dec
5. Nigerian Immigration Service Recruitment 2013
Expires: 20th OCTOBER 2013
6. Standard Chartered Bank - International Graduate Programme 2013
Expires: Not Stated
7. Graduate & Experienced Recruitment At Savitech ICT Solutions
Expires: 12th September 2013
8. Academic And Non-academic Staff Vacancies At Rivers State College Of Health Scie
Expires: 23rd September, 2013
9. First City Monument Bank (FCMB) Management Development Programme 2013
Expires: 24th September, 2013
10. British American Tobacco (management Trainees)
Expires: 1st October, 2013
11. Vacant Position At Catholic Relief Services For Internal Auditor
Expires: 11th September, 2013
12. Software Developer (trainee) Needed For Employment (NYSC)
Expires: Not Stated
13. Stresert Services Limited Recruits IT/Computer Engineers/Helpdesk Support
Expires: 12th September, 2013
14. Support Technicians In An Engineering Firm
Expires: 17th September, 2013
|Travel / Re: Should I Quit My Job For Masters In The Us? by 1forall: 8:32am On Sep 05, 2013|
^ Great point of view there.
2good: The average Nigerian is backward in reasoning and very much uncivil in the public including the educated ones that is why the whole country is messed up.
Haha spot on
|Career / Re: National Association Of Unemployed Graduates (NAUG)To hold 1st Meeting In Lagos by 1forall: 1:30pm On Sep 03, 2013|
rman: Service delivery is still very poor in Nigeria, graduates from various disciplines are supposed to come in and run things better.
Great post, its a bright head you've got on your shoulders.
I just hope the group executives realize the need to have a team to develop the strategy that'll guide the actions of the group.
|Travel / Re: Should I Quit My Job For Masters In The Us? by 1forall: 9:03pm On Sep 02, 2013|
My submission: Go to the US.
However, be honest and answer to yourself this: What is your motive for wanting to study in the US? Only you can answer that question.
If you see it as a prelude to emigration in the main, then plan for Canada where foreign student immigration is clearly encouraged by the government.
Anyway, whatever turns out, the major determinant of what happens is YOU. What do you really want to do? You ought to know what you really want for yourself to be able to make plans to achieve it.
That said; in my view, there 3 main possible outcomes if you go to the US. One is that you return to your current job with a MSc. If you handle the people aspect of your current job well enough before and after you go, maybe you'll get more responsibility, or a promotion, or a raise immediately you return; or if you're required to prove yourself, after a while. That won't be too bad a result considering you would have gained the international exposure which I presume you want.
Another possible outcome is that you stay back in the US after your course and have to struggle to find your own footing in career and financial terms. You can persist till you eventually break through, or give up and return to create the first scenario under probably less favorable circumstances.
The third is that you get yourself a good job in good time and start a professional life in the US.
I'd like to believe you would be interested in giving professional life in the US a shot so would advise from that position. An easy mistake for a (foreigner) student to make is to not plan adequately for life after school. Don't fall into that category of foreign students.
Also, a potential challenge is your adaptability. Are you prepared to adjust to the different way of living? Will you react to the adjustment positively or negatively?
Another thing I ought to point out is the generic nature of the course you're proposing to study. It's one issues with many of these 'commercial' MSc courses. Yes it sounds good but it's a bit too broad to present you as an absolute necessity to an employer. If you want to take that chance with jobs, fine, but if not please look for something more specific that will equip you with in-demand skills. Software development is in growing demand (ignore the pessimists), big data is on the rise and cloud explosion is about to begin - you have options! Consider this very important.
However, underpinning all of these is your immigration status. Without the right to work, all the above about working in the US is USELESS. So, you have to give good thought to getting papers. The US is soon going to pass a new immigration law to favor immigrant professionals in Science, Technology Engineering & Mathematics (STEM) fields, thus you might be able to get work authorization under the STEM scheme. However you need to research the requirements so you know what to plan for, and you should start that as soon as possible. Marriage is also an option if that floats your boat.
There are quite a lot of variables as you can see, and charting a way forward should take you back to the first question which you should answer to yourself honestly:
What is your motive for wanting to study in the US?
|Jobs/Vacancies / Re: Rivers State Teachers Recruitment 2012 by 1forall: 8:29am On Sep 02, 2013|
okoval2: Will it be okay to apply for maternity leave later this month? Just wondering because am almost due
Find out the leave policy and speak to your manager/supervisor about it. They're the ones who can approve your mat leave. Do come back and let us know how things go.
|Jobs/Vacancies / Re: Rivers State Teachers Recruitment 2012 by 1forall: 8:27am On Sep 02, 2013|
Fiafiad: At this period in time, u should be very careful with what u do. U should have it in mind that u are on probation and that ur appointment has not been confirmed.
Should she not plan for her delivery because she's on probation? Its not her fault the recruitment process took took forever to conclude.
|Foreign Affairs / Re: Japan To Launch 'fasting' Camps For Internet-addicted Students by 1forall: 10:59pm On Aug 31, 2013|
Taking action after identifying a problem - that's what functional societies do.
Capnd143: Disadvantages of 24 hours power, how would u get addicted to internet in nigeria when there is no power to charge ur devices?
But how can 24-hr power supply ever have a disadvantage? Okay then, tell the FG NOT to bother with the plan to provide 24-hr power in order to prevent Internet addiction.
|Religion / Re: Please Review The New Christian Moderators! by 1forall: 7:48pm On Aug 31, 2013|
FOLYKAZE: Obadiah is my man.
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