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Re: The 4 Common Types Of Graduates In Nigeria - Which One Are You? by sherylbakky: 9:18am On Mar 16, 2019
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Re: The 4 Common Types Of Graduates In Nigeria - Which One Are You? by frankblinkz(m): 9:24am On Mar 16, 2019
Darkseid:
I finished NYSC service last year and tried job hunting, after wasting three months, the job still wasn't coming despite numerous interviews. I just pack my certificates throw inside bag, and I've been doing business apprenticeship since then. Even with all the millions wey dey my account I'm still serving someone as "boy boy" and I don't get paid.
So far I've been able to learn a lot about business and if I apply the skills that I've gained over the years, I'm 100% sure it would work out. I'll be starting my own business before the month ends.
Bro am thinking towards that too...times are hard
Re: The 4 Common Types Of Graduates In Nigeria - Which One Are You? by miclef86(m): 9:25am On Mar 16, 2019
My brother, it's all about luck and destiny. let me tell you this little story of mine. I graduated and finished my NYSC in April last year. So after finishing my Service I decided to remain in Kano and because of my hard work I asked them to retain me and they did. Long story short, I remained in Kano for about seven months after service.
I went through Hell while teaching in that school, I have to conduct home lesson to support my main school teaching.
As God will have it, one faithful even as I was about going from home lessons, I just received a Call from my Uncle who stays in Abuja that I should come n collect my Appointment letter.
The Lucky side of the story is that my Uncle has a daughter who is also a graduate.
He submitted both of our names.. so when the appointment later came out he thought it was her daughter they gave the slot to until they went to the Agency that was when they discovered I was picked. Then he called me up

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Re: The 4 Common Types Of Graduates In Nigeria - Which One Are You? by FunnyDude: 9:27am On Mar 16, 2019
LucemFerre:
Hehe... Wake da fvck up. Talk and do, talk and sleep or do and die. If you ain't lucky you're fvcked. Life isn't all mathematics. But, a little hope there, a little faith here, a little luck there... That's how it is.
All these motivational speakers that will tell you to "go out there and get it" as if their fada keep am for somewhere make you go carry.

Work as hard as you can in life, hope for the best, expect the worse. You won't be surprised. Nothing is guaranteed. You can work extremely hard and die wretched, it's life.
The Nigerian mentality is that, when you have no job or ain't doing good, you are termed as lazy and not doing anything about it or lying down and waiting for miracles.
People just sit in front of their phones and type n0nsense without knowing what people are going through. I no blame dem sha. Na me carry myself come Nairaland cheesy

Dude, find somewhere sitdown. You haven't done any research and you don't know sh!t. I'm not telling people to be lazy but, there are like billions of kinds of graduates. No 2 people are the same in this world.

Peace

Thank you. The Op is an A** hole.

The question is did his family create any company that will employ you after service?

He thought is just by talking and typing rubbish on keyboard.

What is obvious to one, may be obscure to another.

Life is a misery.

"Life isn't Arithmetic, where 2+2=4"

Everyone has their destined time to succeed.

Time..Time..Time

You can have the whole skill and best of results yet still struggling to earn a living.

Just do what makes you happy.

Finally,we all gonna die someday leaving all of it behind someday.

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Re: The 4 Common Types Of Graduates In Nigeria - Which One Are You? by deleo16(m): 9:30am On Mar 16, 2019
grin ; D

Re: The 4 Common Types Of Graduates In Nigeria - Which One Are You? by dingbang(m): 9:31am On Mar 16, 2019
God's mercy graduate...



All the jobs I have got and the ones I will yet to have are from God and him alone, not by my strength or by my wits! People should learn not to exempt God factor in anything they do because at any point, any evil thing can happen and your skill won't save you, but his mercy.

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Re: The 4 Common Types Of Graduates In Nigeria - Which One Are You? by iamleumas: 9:36am On Mar 16, 2019
Started freelance writing in January and I've earned more than 80k since then. cool

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Re: The 4 Common Types Of Graduates In Nigeria - Which One Are You? by molybdenum0012: 9:41am On Mar 16, 2019
I am " talk and do graduate". It is not always easy to be in that category considering so many factors.
What most graduates need is just a push to be in that category. You cannot blame them.





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Re: The 4 Common Types Of Graduates In Nigeria - Which One Are You? by millionboi2: 9:45am On Mar 16, 2019
Darkseid:
I finished NYSC service last year and tried job hunting, after wasting three months, the job still wasn't coming despite numerous interviews. I just pack my certificates throw inside bag, and I've been doing business apprenticeship since then. Even with all the millions wey dey my account I'm still serving someone as "boy boy" and I don't get paid.
So far I've been able to learn a lot about business and if I apply the skills that I've gained over the years, I'm 100% sure it would work out. I'll be starting my own business before the month ends.
Sir u have done well to have taken time to learn but bliv u me,no matter how long u decide to stay on d apprenticeship u will still have challenges wen d sun sets.

God's factor and self demons are d most important.
Re: The 4 Common Types Of Graduates In Nigeria - Which One Are You? by CalciumB3: 9:46am On Mar 16, 2019
I trade fire in hell

I sell ice in winter

I am a true hustler

I'd even sell water to well


God knows am not waiting for any salary job...

Am a good graphics designer

Am a good fashion designer

I have a blog

And am also about to learn studio engineering.
And also some good jobs listed I still wanna learn.


If one no bring money today, another will...
I won't wait for the bribe called salary just to forget my own dream..
Re: The 4 Common Types Of Graduates In Nigeria - Which One Are You? by Darkseid(m): 9:51am On Mar 16, 2019
frankblinkz:
Bro am thinking towards that too...times are hard
If you have interest in business, don't waste any more time bro. There's this aboki guy that owns a small shop close to our own shop, what he does is to buy dead monitors and scrap metals from computer repairers. He looks like every regular aboki but this guy drives a Toyota Camry to his small shop everyday. You won't even believe the kind of money he makes everyday.

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Re: The 4 Common Types Of Graduates In Nigeria - Which One Are You? by Emmanuel226(m): 9:52am On Mar 16, 2019
me i be talk and do graduate plus God will do it graduate
Re: The 4 Common Types Of Graduates In Nigeria - Which One Are You? by Darkseid(m): 9:54am On Mar 16, 2019
millionboi2:
Sir u have done well to have taken time to learn but bliv u me,no matter how long u decide to stay on d apprenticeship u will still have challenges wen d sun sets.

God's factor and self demons are d most important.
That's true bro, I believe that there'll always be challenges but I don't believe in any kind of spiritual limitations.
Re: The 4 Common Types Of Graduates In Nigeria - Which One Are You? by Nobody: 9:59am On Mar 16, 2019
hmmn...me dah am in my finals nko? which one will I choose like dis.
Re: The 4 Common Types Of Graduates In Nigeria - Which One Are You? by BoboKush(m): 10:00am On Mar 16, 2019
What is Africa sex tour

Grupo:
I studied a course that if I needed a job, I would have to relocate to Lagos. Even though I have never been to Lagos, I don't seem to like the place based on stories I have heard about how stressful life is in Lagos.

What I did instead was to create my own job. Today, I live in a saner small town with an income that is like what people living in Lagos earn. Everyday, I try to find new means of earning income. Recently, I have been playing with the idea of creating a totally passive means of income. Things are beginning to fall in place.

Soon enough, I hope to start earning up to $1k in passive income. Once that happens, I would start my African sex tour. A dream I have been nursing for so long.
Re: The 4 Common Types Of Graduates In Nigeria - Which One Are You? by godfrey01(m): 10:09am On Mar 16, 2019
Darkseid:
I finished NYSC service last year and tried job hunting, after wasting three months, the job still wasn't coming despite numerous interviews. I just pack my certificates throw inside bag, and I've been doing business apprenticeship since then. Even with all the millions wey dey my account I'm still serving someone as "boy boy" and I don't get paid.
So far I've been able to learn a lot about business and if I apply the skills that I've gained over the years, I'm 100% sure it would work out. I'll be starting my own business before the month ends.

we are inline bro...... sooon
Re: The 4 Common Types Of Graduates In Nigeria - Which One Are You? by jericco1(m): 10:15am On Mar 16, 2019
I don't know the type of survey you did to arrive at this kind of result. But like someone said we have different types of graduate and grouping them into 3 or 4 is totally unfair.
Re: The 4 Common Types Of Graduates In Nigeria - Which One Are You? by Sard(m): 10:15am On Mar 16, 2019
Sometimes, things are just beyond our power.
I was a "God will do it" graduate, but while coming to the end of NYSC, I stumbled on something that turned me to "Talk & do" graduate. That has changed my life forever.
Re: The 4 Common Types Of Graduates In Nigeria - Which One Are You? by millionboi2: 10:22am On Mar 16, 2019
Darkseid:
That's true bro, I believe that there'll always be challenges but I don't believe in any kind of spiritual limitations.
lol..... hahahaha
Can't stop laughing.

Self demons,i mean self limitations.

I love ur bliv man.

So take d bold step and smile all days
Re: The 4 Common Types Of Graduates In Nigeria - Which One Are You? by Darkseid(m): 10:25am On Mar 16, 2019
millionboi2:
lol..... hahahaha
Can't stop laughing.

Self demons,i mean self limitations.

I love ur bliv man.
grin grin
Na only demons I being see but thanks for the correction anyways.

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Re: The 4 Common Types Of Graduates In Nigeria - Which One Are You? by millionboi2: 10:27am On Mar 16, 2019
Darkseid:

grin grin
Na only demons I being see but thanks for the correction anyways.
ya

Take a bold step and b sensitive to change


And d sky could even b a stepping stone 4u
Re: The 4 Common Types Of Graduates In Nigeria - Which One Are You? by ChiefVolt007: 10:28am On Mar 16, 2019
ednut1:
so others no get grace or wetin God send u to earth to come earn salary ni
i tire o
Re: The 4 Common Types Of Graduates In Nigeria - Which One Are You? by IMAliyu(m): 10:34am On Mar 16, 2019
The Undergraduate type that doesn't know what the future holds.
Re: The 4 Common Types Of Graduates In Nigeria - Which One Are You? by ewizard1: 10:51am On Mar 16, 2019
4 or 3?
Re: The 4 Common Types Of Graduates In Nigeria - Which One Are You? by Ken4agent(m): 10:55am On Mar 16, 2019
Are u a graduate? Go back home and demand for your own family land portion and if your family don't have a land yu can rent....an acre is #5,000 ......am sure yu can raise #5,000 to rent an acre......when you acquire the land. Give us a call.

Check my sigi for more info or scan thru our post in Agric session

Time to help yaself and stop the broadcastination undecided

Op good post
Re: The 4 Common Types Of Graduates In Nigeria - Which One Are You? by Yoighaman(m): 10:57am On Mar 16, 2019
Darkseid:
I finished NYSC service last year and tried job hunting, after wasting three months, the job still wasn't coming despite numerous interviews. I just pack my certificates throw inside bag, and I've been doing business apprenticeship since then. Even with all the millions wey dey my account I'm still serving someone as "boy boy" and I don't get paid.
So far I've been able to learn a lot about business and if I apply the skills that I've gained over the years, I'm 100% sure it would work out. I'll be starting my own business before the month ends.

....millions in your account? When? How?
Re: The 4 Common Types Of Graduates In Nigeria - Which One Are You? by frankblinkz(m): 11:36am On Mar 16, 2019
Darkseid:
If you have interest in business, don't waste any more time bro. There's this aboki guy that owns a small shop close to our own shop, what he does is to buy dead monitors and scrap metals from computer repairers. He looks like every regular aboki but this guy drives a Toyota Camry to his small shop everyday. You won't even believe the kind of money he makes everyday.
Honestly many have plans to go into business,the capital it's all that matters.

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Re: The 4 Common Types Of Graduates In Nigeria - Which One Are You? by Adakintroy: 11:45am On Mar 16, 2019
LucemFerre:
Hehe... Wake da fvck up. Talk and do, talk and sleep or do and die. If you ain't lucky you're fvcked. Life isn't all mathematics. But, a little hope there, a little faith here, a little luck there... That's how it is.
All these motivational speakers that will tell you to "go out there and get it" as if their fada keep am for somewhere make you go carry.

Work as hard as you can in life, hope for the best, expect the worse. You won't be surprised. Nothing is guaranteed. You can work extremely hard and die wretched, it's life.
The Nigerian mentality is that, when you have no job or ain't doing good, you are termed as lazy and not doing anything about it or lying down and waiting for miracles.
People just sit in front of their phones and type n0nsense without knowing what people are going through. I no blame dem sha. Na me carry myself come Nairaland cheesy

Dude, find somewhere sitdown. You haven't done any research and you don't know sh!t. I'm not telling people to be lazy but, there are like billions of kinds of graduates. No 2 people are the same in this world.

Peace

Don mind all this dummy called motivational speakers. Many never see anything, dem don't even believe the stats yet they call themselves educated. They don't know why they say we have the highest unemployment rates. You have teachers begging for 30k as minimum wages sometimes the fustration of underemployment will make you quit everything. I don't use to go to church, but Nigeria turn my eye sote, I start to go church.

My guy leave matter, no be everyone that are not doing well never try some just Don tire. Not having the right help.

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