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|The Unemployed Social Scientists In Nigeria: What Should They Do by SME1: 6:18pm On Aug 06, 2013|
It has become quite normal that students who study the social science courses like Psychology, Sociology, Demography, Geography are regarded as unserious and less likely to get a good job after spending 4years of their lives in the university. Not everyone realizes the importance of these people in the society and how they can be effective in changing the industrial world by working with various individuals in the workplace. Is it because of the stench unemployment has caused us in this country and then they decide to ignore the outright courses therefore making other courses look like the hot ones needed in the industry. Left to me, every course is special, tasking and important in it's required field. The question is this? Is there any hope for the social scientists who are still undergraduates and where can they actually fit in to be satisfied that a 4yr course can turn to something he can choose a career from?
|Re: The Unemployed Social Scientists In Nigeria: What Should They Do by Nobody: 7:39pm On Aug 06, 2013|
University students may perceive those courses as 'unserious', but in the real world, I'm quite sure that the case is different. Based on several 'Graduate' job vacancies that I've seen, I can say that a fair share of companies (particularly multinationals) ask that candidates have a good degree in 'any University course'. I encourage you to search for a few 'Graduate' jobs, and see what you come up with. These days, companies are more concerned about the 'quality' of the candidates than any other factor, because they already have it in their plans to train whoever it is that they hire.
|Re: The Unemployed Social Scientists In Nigeria: What Should They Do by DaddyDey: 5:11pm On Aug 07, 2013|
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|Re: The Unemployed Social Scientists In Nigeria: What Should They Do by ecolime(m): 7:30am On Aug 08, 2013|
Most organisations hardly ask for your discipline during their recruitment these days unless it's strictly a technical role. It's not about your discipline, but what you have in you and God's favour. For the current undergraduates, self development and graduating with a good grade should be your main priorities for now.
|Re: The Unemployed Social Scientists In Nigeria: What Should They Do by DisGuy: 11:38am On Aug 08, 2013|
sociologist and psycologist should be firing off articles to newspaper and magazines-
HR would be a suitable option for most of them
|Re: The Unemployed Social Scientists In Nigeria: What Should They Do by udotynk: 9:18pm On Aug 14, 2013|
Judge not so that ye not be judge
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