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What Can Graduates Of Non-professionals Courses Do To Make It In Nigeria by Damony: 8:09pm On Feb 20, 2018
There are no jobs in Nigeria; yet some professions like accounting, Pharmacy, Law, Medicine etc are making it easier for most of the graduates In these fields to be gainfully employed and thus, live a very comfortable life. I know you might want to conclude that, everything is dependent on CONNECTION( ie Man-Know-Man). But then, there are people who are up there without any connection or whatsoever.

However in order to help the unemployed non-professional graduates who hardly or never scale through in any interview, I will want those who studied non-professional courses but later made it in a chosen line of career, help us by way of suggestion, sharing of experiences and advice on the professional skills and certification that made them to land their dream jobs.



Please Moderators, help me move this to front page; because the Lack of jobs and discrimination in the labour market is becoming too much and we need nothing but advice on how to overcome them. We all must make it and in Nigeria shall we all excel.

Thanks and God bless

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Re: What Can Graduates Of Non-professionals Courses Do To Make It In Nigeria by Coloradvantage(m): 8:14pm On Feb 20, 2018
make una talk na... na Waoo..
Re: What Can Graduates Of Non-professionals Courses Do To Make It In Nigeria by Damony: 8:17pm On Feb 20, 2018
Lol..!
My Brother, it is getting out of hand. But we must all make it
Coloradvantage:
make una talk na... na Waoo..
Re: What Can Graduates Of Non-professionals Courses Do To Make It In Nigeria by Juicy24(f): 10:32pm On Feb 20, 2018
I think you should ask yourself that aside the course you read, what other job can you do that is 'probably' inbuilt 'or' developed over time. I studied microbiology but I found out that am very good at secretarial and administrative work. I saw this talent in me when I was still a teenager as I held the post of secretary in different societies in my church. I finished my NYSC last year December and I got a secretary job last month which I turned down because of the salary. Now I have two job interviews next week, one as a receptionist in a big hotel in Lagos and another interview (not as a receptionist) in port Harcourt. I am very positive by God's grace that I will get one of the two. I am also good at teaching. Since there are no enough labs and industries to absorb a microbiologist like me, I had to deviate. Now that's me! what else can you do aside what you studied in school.

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Re: What Can Graduates Of Non-professionals Courses Do To Make It In Nigeria by Damony: 11:27pm On Feb 20, 2018
Wooow!
Thanks for your comment Ma. I wish you success in the interviews!
Juicy24:
I think you should ask yourself that aside the course you read, what other job can you do that is 'probably' inbuilt 'or' developed over time. I studied microbiology but I found out that am very good at secretarial and administrative work. I saw this talent in me when I was still a teenager as I held the post of secretary in different societies in my church. I finished my NYSC last year December and I got a secretary job last month which I turned down because of the salary. Now I have two job interviews next week, one as a receptionist in a big hotel in Lagos and another interview (not as a receptionist) in port Harcourt. I am very positive by God's grace that I will get one of the two. I am also good at teaching. Since there are no enough labs and industries to absorb a microbiologist like me, I had to deviate. Now that's me! what else can you do aside what you studied in school.
Re: What Can Graduates Of Non-professionals Courses Do To Make It In Nigeria by Damony: 11:29pm On Feb 20, 2018
Wooow!
Thanks for the comment ma. I wish you success in the interview
Juicy24:
I think you should ask yourself that aside the course you read, what other job can you do that is 'probably' inbuilt 'or' developed over time. I studied microbiology but I found out that am very good at secretarial and administrative work. I saw this talent in me when I was still a teenager as I held the post of secretary in different societies in my church. I finished my NYSC last year December and I got a secretary job last month which I turned down because of the salary. Now I have two job interviews next week, one as a receptionist in a big hotel in Lagos and another interview (not as a receptionist) in port Harcourt. I am very positive by God's grace that I will get one of the two. I am also good at teaching. Since there are no enough labs and industries to absorb a microbiologist like me, I had to deviate. Now that's me! what else can you do aside what you studied in school.

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Re: What Can Graduates Of Non-professionals Courses Do To Make It In Nigeria by lordraiden(m): 12:58am On Feb 21, 2018
Acquire a skill, and try business too
Re: What Can Graduates Of Non-professionals Courses Do To Make It In Nigeria by Damony: 5:56am On Feb 21, 2018
Thanks for your input. Like what kind of skill?
lordraiden:
Acquire a skill, and try business too
Re: What Can Graduates Of Non-professionals Courses Do To Make It In Nigeria by lordraiden(m): 8:11am On Feb 21, 2018
Damony:
Thanks for your input. Like what kind of skill?
like anything you have passion for.. Electronics, fashion, building, telecom anything at all... You don't need only you cert to survive in Nigeria now
Re: What Can Graduates Of Non-professionals Courses Do To Make It In Nigeria by joules24: 9:28am On Feb 21, 2018
purpose leads to unvieling your potentials and eventuallly unlocks your destiny.
Get a skill,it's either you have a job, a burden or a passion. DISCOVER YOURSELF.
Irrespective of your certifications, CREATE VALUE.
Re: What Can Graduates Of Non-professionals Courses Do To Make It In Nigeria by Damony: 6:15pm On Feb 21, 2018
Thanks for the input. God bless!
joules24:
purpose leads to unvieling your potentials and eventuallly unlocks your destiny.
Get a skill,it's either you have a job, a burden or a passion. DISCOVER YOURSELF.
Irrespective of your certifications, CREATE VALUE.
Re: What Can Graduates Of Non-professionals Courses Do To Make It In Nigeria by Damony: 6:17pm On Feb 21, 2018
Discover yourself irrespective of your certification... Woow! Thanks for the advice. It is golden
joules24:
purpose leads to unvieling your potentials and eventuallly unlocks your destiny.
Get a skill,it's either you have a job, a burden or a passion. DISCOVER YOURSELF.
Irrespective of your certifications, CREATE VALUE.

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