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Re: The Pains Of The Unemployed by KillerBeauty(f): 12:39pm On May 09, 2015
Stil managing jare
Obeenah:
I'm impressed. Hope the biz is doing good now.
Re: The Pains Of The Unemployed by snadguy007(m): 12:58pm On May 09, 2015
Setaje:
Feeling alone and unhappy. Avoiding people. The list is endless. The one I hate most is some people feel u are just being lazy. The idiots that say go and learn something as if they will give u money to go and learn. Some will say go and do masters, go and start buying and selling. As if they will give u money. Some will say u are choosy. Another will say start small. Start what small? The major problem is not laziness but background of job seekers. Job seekers who were hustlers in school, people who their parents added no value in their lives, who struggled in school already have that tenacity and will to do any kind of jobs. In Unilag I new girls who fix nails, do hair and the ones that carry aristos for a living. Had no help from family. The ones that carry aristos are d ones doing so well now and travel round the world and get married to one mugu. The ones doing handwork continue after school. While the rest, it's either their parents help them or they just sit and wait hoping for a breakthrough. You cannot compare such people who have been spoon fed by their parents which is actually the right thing to do, to start doing all sorts of menial jobs. We have all forgotten the very basis of going to school. The country wants to turn everybody to a daylight business woman or man. All my friends be make up artist, sell clothes and bags, perfumes, caterers and u say I should also do that and market to this same friends. Not everybody is wired to do business. Not everybody is wired to learn a handwork. Not everybody is meant to work in an office. cry frustration should not be the basis of going into anything. I have never seen anybody do well in something they have no love for......
cryHmmmmm.
Re: The Pains Of The Unemployed by Mbkite(m): 1:59pm On May 09, 2015
Setaje:
Feeling alone and unhappy. Avoiding people. The list is endless. The one I hate most is some people feel u are just being lazy. The idiots that say go and learn something as if they will give u money to go and learn. Some will say go and do masters, go and start buying and selling. As if they will give u money. Some will say u are choosy. Another will say start small. Start what small? The major problem is not laziness but background of job seekers. Job seekers who were hustlers in school, people who their parents added no value in their lives, who struggled in school already have that tenacity and will to do any kind of jobs. In Unilag I new girls who fix nails, do hair and the ones that carry aristos for a living. Had no help from family. The ones that carry aristos are d ones doing so well now and travel round the world and get married to one mugu. The ones doing handwork continue after school. While the rest, it's either their parents help them or they just sit and wait hoping for a breakthrough. You cannot compare such people who have been spoon fed by their parents which is actually the right thing to do, to start doing all sorts of menial jobs. We have all forgotten the very basis of going to school. The country wants to turn everybody to a daylight business woman or man. All my friends be make up artist, sell clothes and bags, perfumes, caterers and u say I should also do that and market to this same friends. Not everybody is wired to do business. Not everybody is wired to learn a handwork. Not everybody is meant to work in an office. cry frustration should not be the basis of going into anything. I have never seen anybody do well in something they have no love for......

Dear Sis., I truly understand your point. it's really bad when people see other people as been lazy when they have not gotten a job unless they are though grin. There is something I want us to understand, God has deposited something in each and everyone of us. But, some of us find it difficult to identify and develop it. Probably because some have refused to pay attention to details or start small no matter what it takes. I strongly believe that once you have identified what you can do for yourself help would come, God no be small boi
I encourage you to identify what you can do and like doing, God would definitely send help.
From there bigger n heavier job could emerge!............................... DO NOT NEGLECT YOUR DAYS OF LITTLE BEGINNING

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Re: The Pains Of The Unemployed by AIZubair(m): 2:29pm On May 09, 2015
KillerBeauty:
Unemployed people face a lot of emotional pain, even physical pain. A year after service after I failed to get a job, I started plantain chips business and hot oil burnt my hand when I was trying to fry the plantain. cry cry cry cry

Well no pain no gain
sorry sis. E go better
Re: The Pains Of The Unemployed by Nobody: 2:29pm On May 09, 2015
Sometimes i feel life is unfair. 2 years gone....
Re: The Pains Of The Unemployed by Nobody: 2:30pm On May 09, 2015
knostbrown01:
If i see how my drop out friend wey learn mechanic dey spend money....i wonder why i go to school self

lolz bros i never graduate sha o, bt i dey 3L.. Wen i jst cum house 4 my 1st semester holiday, i jst stroll go bank go cash money[1K] i cum go stand ATm menh 1 of my guy 4 primary school they my front d guy nr go Uni na sec school e stop so wen d guy dey check balance na 300K dey e account i see e name wella, men my head burst, i was down, oboy many of my guys make don grad. Nor even get 30k 4 bank... Men really 8 Naija.. ApC/PDP all na thief, dem don scatter our cou3

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Re: The Pains Of The Unemployed by GodMode: 2:31pm On May 09, 2015
Setaje:
Feeling alone and unhappy. Avoiding people. The list is endless. The one I hate most is some people feel u are just being lazy. The idiots that say go and learn something as if they will give u money to go and learn. Some will say go and do masters, go and start buying and selling. As if they will give u money. Some will say u are choosy. Another will say start small. Start what small? The major problem is not laziness but background of job seekers. Job seekers who were hustlers in school, people who their parents added no value in their lives, who struggled in school already have that tenacity and will to do any kind of jobs. In Unilag I new girls who fix nails, do hair and the ones that carry aristos for a living. Had no help from family. The ones that carry aristos are d ones doing so well now and travel round the world and get married to one mugu. The ones doing handwork continue after school. While the rest, it's either their parents help them or they just sit and wait hoping for a breakthrough. You cannot compare such people who have been spoon fed by their parents which is actually the right thing to do, to start doing all sorts of menial jobs. We have all forgotten the very basis of going to school. The country wants to turn everybody to a daylight business woman or man. All my friends be make up artist, sell clothes and bags, perfumes, caterers and u say I should also do that and market to this same friends. Not everybody is wired to do business. Not everybody is wired to learn a handwork. Not everybody is meant to work in an office. cry frustration should not be the basis of going into anything. I have never seen anybody do well in something they have no love for......

You again angry angry angry
You again angry angry angry
You again angry angry angry

Na wa for you Oooo.

The major problem is laziness angry angry angryangry angry

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Re: The Pains Of The Unemployed by Nobody: 2:31pm On May 09, 2015
The challenge of unemployment is a severe underdog in the presence of right-positive thinking, determination that knows no setback & persistence that recognises no such thing as failure.
Re: The Pains Of The Unemployed by Nobody: 2:33pm On May 09, 2015
Setaje:
Feeling alone and unhappy. Avoiding people. The list is endless. The one I hate most is some people feel u are just being lazy. The idiots that say go and learn something as if they will give u money to go and learn. Some will say go and do masters, go and start buying and selling. As if they will give u money. Some will say u are choosy. Another will say start small. Start what small? The major problem is not laziness but background of job seekers. Job seekers who were hustlers in school, people who their parents added no value in their lives, who struggled in school already have that tenacity and will to do any kind of jobs. In Unilag I new girls who fix nails, do hair and the ones that carry aristos for a living. Had no help from family. The ones that carry aristos are d ones doing so well now and travel round the world and get married to one mugu. The ones doing handwork continue after school. While the rest, it's either their parents help them or they just sit and wait hoping for a breakthrough. You cannot compare such people who have been spoon fed by their parents which is actually the right thing to do, to start doing all sorts of menial jobs. We have all forgotten the very basis of going to school. The country wants to turn everybody to a daylight business woman or man. All my friends be make up artist, sell clothes and bags, perfumes, caterers and u say I should also do that and market to this same friends. Not everybody is wired to do business. Not everybody is wired to learn a handwork. Not everybody is meant to work in an office. cry frustration should not be the basis of going into anything. I have never seen anybody do well in something they have no love for......

you spoke exactly what a nigga is going thru

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Re: The Pains Of The Unemployed by GodMode: 2:37pm On May 09, 2015
fritiyo:
If a friend of my ask me if have started working, I will simple tell the person that am working out something.
Very painfull to stay all day at home doing nothing sa.

Joblessness made Nairaland n facebook my favourite tourist destination centers.
But thanks be to the almighty God, it will be a thing of the past.

Unemployment made me improviseangry angry angry
Re: The Pains Of The Unemployed by Nobody: 2:37pm On May 09, 2015
KillerBeauty:
Stil managing jare

i hope i meet ur type by the time am abt getting married.. U jst proved to me tat nt all girls re d same.. #wifematerial.

D girls 4 my former hostel some don grad. All wenti full there head na marriage and trust guys dem jst dey use dem, instead of them to look 4 something doin, dem go jst enter runz girls.. See wenti our Politician put fine girls una...

If any of una shout APC or PDP again 4 my ear i go kill d person.. Rabbish..

#Angry.. Tears after all d many reading/cramming
Re: The Pains Of The Unemployed by Nikapetrelli(f): 2:39pm On May 09, 2015
Setaje:
Feeling alone and unhappy. Avoiding people. The list is endless. The one I hate most is some people feel u are just being lazy. The idiots that say go and learn something as if they will give u money to go and learn. Some will say go and do masters, go and start buying and selling. As if they will give u money. Some will say u are choosy. Another will say start small. Start what small? The major problem is not laziness but background of job seekers. Job seekers who were hustlers in school, people who their parents added no value in their lives, who struggled in school already have that tenacity and will to do any kind of jobs.
God bless ur soul for that comment
Re: The Pains Of The Unemployed by laytoshtwo: 2:42pm On May 09, 2015
When you see your classmate on facebook with a nice ride,only to discover 2years after that he was a driver.Trust God,don't be lazy,do something while waiting for the Job.It is well. grin

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Re: The Pains Of The Unemployed by jauntty: 2:44pm On May 09, 2015
Unemployment is a terrible situation. It scares the living hell outta me. its my worst fear. I cannot just stay and do nothing...dats suicidal.

Although I haven't really experience that much cus of the nature of my Job but I recall sometimes last year when I resigned and wanted a new place to work, I was home for about one month and mehn I felt like dying. SERIOUS Depression, Frustration, and I was always short-tempered.

Funny thing is dat I got 3 offers at once.

My Advice : Success is INTENTIONAL.., you gat to think outside the box. Even if na Minimum wage job u get, start from there. If no job, then try small biz.

I use to tell my friends back then in school " Let get PLAN B now just incase Jobs nor quick come ". No time to dey wait.
Re: The Pains Of The Unemployed by laytoshtwo: 2:44pm On May 09, 2015
GodMode:


You again angry angry angry
You again angry angry angry
You again angry angry angry

Na wa for you Oooo.

The major problem is laziness angry angry angryangry angry




If you are at home from 8am till evening everyday,the major problem is Laziness

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Re: The Pains Of The Unemployed by GodMode: 2:46pm On May 09, 2015
laytoshtwo:





If you are at home from 8am till evening everyday,the major problem is Laziness

Lies angry angry angryangry angry angry
Re: The Pains Of The Unemployed by Bowaley17(m): 2:48pm On May 09, 2015
Hmmm may God help us. Sometimes i just feel like crying. Graduated from sec.skul 3yrs ago. It hurts seeing those far below average classmates of yours who you have to teach after school hours again before they grab it gain admission before you. It is well.
Re: The Pains Of The Unemployed by okooloyun1(m): 2:54pm On May 09, 2015
Setaje:
Feeling alone and unhappy. Avoiding people. The list is endless. The one I hate most is some people feel u are just being lazy. The idiots that say go and learn something as if they will give u money to go and learn. Some will say go and do masters, go and start buying and selling. As if they will give u money. Some will say u are choosy. Another will say start small. Start what small? The major problem is not laziness but background of job seekers. Job seekers who were hustlers in school, people who their parents added no value in their lives, who struggled in school already have that tenacity and will to do any kind of jobs. In Unilag I new girls who fix nails, do hair and the ones that carry aristos for a living. Had no help from family. The ones that carry aristos are d ones doing so well now and travel round the world and get married to one mugu. The ones doing handwork continue after school. While the rest, it's either their parents help them or they just sit and wait hoping for a breakthrough. You cannot compare such people who have been spoon fed by their parents which is actually the right thing to do, to start doing all sorts of menial jobs. We have all forgotten the very basis of going to school. The country wants to turn everybody to a daylight business woman or man. All my friends be make up artist, sell clothes and bags, perfumes, caterers and u say I should also do that and market to this same friends. Not everybody is wired to do business. Not everybody is wired to learn a handwork. Not everybody is meant to work in an office. cry frustration should not be the basis of going into anything. I have never seen anybody do well in something they have no love for......
Sis you're so on point

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Re: The Pains Of The Unemployed by justmag(m): 2:54pm On May 09, 2015
KillerBeauty:
Unemployed people face a lot of emotional pain, even physical pain. A year after service after I failed to get a job, I started plantain chips business and hot oil burnt my hand when I was trying to fry the plantain. cry cry cry cry

Well no pain no gain


Ooohhh no. sad....Hope you are in a better place.
Re: The Pains Of The Unemployed by BobUg28(m): 2:55pm On May 09, 2015
I pray that God will surely bless our handiwork in jesus name.

This is the major reason why I decided to venture into businesses first before proceeding to higher institution.

Since my primary school days,this has always been the chorus I usually hear from most post graduates.

But the good thing is that most of the people that lamented those days has a better story to tell today.

The basic principles there is to get the result first couple with the skills, knowledge and experience then you wait until whenever the almighty decides to remember you. Your story will definitely CHANGE for good.

Ciao.

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Re: The Pains Of The Unemployed by Oluwapresley(m): 2:55pm On May 09, 2015
Damn! But what can I say, God Bless you.

KillerBeauty:
Unemployed people face a lot of emotional pain, even physical pain. A year after service after I failed to get a job, I started plantain chips business and hot oil burnt my hand when I was trying to fry the plantain. cry cry cry cry

Well no pain no gain
Re: The Pains Of The Unemployed by GodMode: 2:55pm On May 09, 2015
Bowaley17:
Hmmm may God help us. Sometimes i just feel like crying. Graduated from sec.skul 3yrs ago. It hurts seeing those far below average classmates of yours who you have to teach after school hours again before they grab it gain admission before you. It is well.

Its not by force to attend UI, UNILAG, OAU and other universities with weird admission practices...

gringringrin 3 yrs is no joke..

Your mates that entered private universities have just one year left..angry angry angry
Re: The Pains Of The Unemployed by funsho007(m): 2:59pm On May 09, 2015
undecided sad it's so painful that whn you call some people,it takes them time to pick up and even after picking,itz like u're a pain in the asss...
Every sound of mail that comes to ur phone,u quickly start praying hoping it''ll be confirmation/congraturatory email,only to see some adverts etc. undecided undecided

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Re: The Pains Of The Unemployed by princefaculty(m): 3:00pm On May 09, 2015
Of a truth the pain of an unemployed can be liken to that of an orpha; diverse temptations, cajoling here & there,name it...
We all had a feel of it at some point & I believe destiny have a unique way of pulling through & that one's blessing is delayed does not mean he's denied... Let's keep hope alive!
Re: The Pains Of The Unemployed by Anoruo(m): 3:03pm On May 09, 2015
laytoshtwo:





If you are at home from 8am till evening everyday,the major problem is Laziness

i wonder where you expect a jobless person with little or no funds to go to...if you have been unemployed before you will understand better.

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Re: The Pains Of The Unemployed by chamboy(m): 3:06pm On May 09, 2015
The Problem is that, the former ppl that experienced this problem didn't look for a way to reduce or stop it..
I have pledge that The Generation of My Children would never suffer the same faith. Tho, am jobless nw. Am Setting Up a team of Youths to eradicate Unemployment for Good.
I can't allow the same faith to happen to my children and your children too
This Vision is Vision2040...

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Re: The Pains Of The Unemployed by egobetatoday: 3:09pm On May 09, 2015
fritiyo:
If a friend of my ask me if have started working, I will simple tell the person that am working out something.
Very painfull to stay all day at home doing nothing sa.

Joblessness made Nairaland n facebook my favourite tourist destination centers.
But thanks be to the almighty God, it will be a thing of the past.

like a senior colleague told me one day 'whatever has a beginning has an end' . this has helped me in so many ugly situations.
Re: The Pains Of The Unemployed by IamOpemipo(m): 3:09pm On May 09, 2015
Bowaley17:
Hmmm may God help us. Sometimes i just feel like crying. Graduated from sec.skul 3yrs ago. It hurts seeing those far below average classmates of yours who you have to teach after school hours again before they grab it gain admission before you. It is well.

Wow, in 3years u wld av grad as a nurse in one of the states skl of nursing, earnin notin less dan 50k as a fresh man wit ur licence on d way..dude dnt stay adamant on compulsorily attendin a uni or poly..
Re: The Pains Of The Unemployed by timilehing(m): 3:12pm On May 09, 2015
I'm waiting for that call that will change my status from unemployed to employed. Join me in prayers pls
Re: The Pains Of The Unemployed by Nobody: 3:14pm On May 09, 2015
It's not easy at all. I'm only in my first year at uni but I'm making sure I leave no stone unturned and I'm grabbing all possible opportunities to make myself employable and increase my value in the job market. Immediately I started university, I signed up for an employability award programme designed by my university, I keep my grades sky high, attend personal improvement/effective communication classes, CV writing seminars, networking events etc.

I also applied to be a student mentor for next year's incoming students and I'll be working throughout the holidays so I can at least have some work experience. Also taking one year off to work before my final year. That way, when I graduate, I'll hit the ground running by God's grace.

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Re: The Pains Of The Unemployed by Aroh48(m): 3:15pm On May 09, 2015
Setaje:
Feeling alone and unhappy. Avoiding people. The list is endless. The one I hate most is some people feel u are just being lazy. The idiots that say go and learn something as if they will give u money to go and learn. Some will say go and do masters, go and start buying and selling. As if they will give u money. Some will say u are choosy. Another will say start small. Start what small? The major problem is not laziness but background of job seekers. Job seekers who were hustlers in school, people who their parents added no value in their lives, who struggled in school already have that tenacity and will to do any kind of jobs. In Unilag I new girls who fix nails, do hair and the ones that carry aristos for a living. Had no help from family. The ones that carry aristos are d ones doing so well now and travel round the world and get married to one mugu. The ones doing handwork continue after school. While the rest, it's either their parents help them or they just sit and wait hoping for a breakthrough. You cannot compare such people who have been spoon fed by their parents which is actually the right thing to do, to start doing all sorts of menial jobs. We have all forgotten the very basis of going to school. The country wants to turn everybody to a daylight business woman or man. All my friends be make up artist, sell clothes and bags, perfumes, caterers and u say I should also do that and market to this same friends. Not everybody is wired to do business. Not everybody is wired to learn a handwork. Not everybody is meant to work in an office. cry frustration should not be the basis of going into anything. I have never seen anybody do well in something they have no love for......
sis,ur post is heart broken.My heart quake about it.

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