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|Jobs, jobs, jobs! by 1forall: 12:26pm On Oct 04, 2006|
Why are emloyers so secretive about job vacancies? Before we see them on the pages of newspapers theyve already been publicised to friends and family for a while and applications are already with them.
Organizations even publish vacancies when they already know who they are considering for the positions - just to fulfil recruitment procedures.
Job seekers have been so broken that when asked for their expected wage they can say 'anything'!
There are always available jobs in this country, everywhere! But the way they are hoarded and spread has created an artificial scarcity, and we all complain there are no jobs, even though people get appointment letters everyday!
Nigerians travel outside their country and get jobs even without proper immigration papers but its a struggle to achieve same in their country of bonafide citizenship!
What manner of nation has no defined plan for its youth? And what manner of country creates no such plan when it identifies that it has problems in that area? What manner of nation gives employment preference to foreigners when competing side by side with its own citizens?
Where in the civilized world have we heard of young men and women unemployed for several months, years because they 'simply' can't find? Keep in mind theyre not receiving unemployment benefits.
In summary, why are we Nigerians generally so selfish?
|Re: Jobs, jobs, jobs! by og2711(m): 4:29pm On Oct 04, 2006|
Mr talk talk,is this your talk going anywhere?what have you one and how is this your talk supposed to help the situation?I'm sure you even have a job.
|Re: Jobs, jobs, jobs! by 1forall: 8:41pm On Oct 04, 2006|
og2711: Dont make any assumptions about my employment status, I got a test on friday that I'm tryin to prepare for. But what about everybody else? Imagine calling me mr talk talk, have I said any untrue?
Stay real, cheers.
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