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Did I Make The Right Call? by aybabz101: 1:20pm On Jan 06, 2020
I graduated in the year 2015 but was not mobilized for NYSC immediately. I stayed at home for about 11 months before I was mobilized late 2016- was engaged in graphic design specifically Corel draw. I served my country through 2017 and got a job in one of our Banks as a Loan Sales Agent.

On the Job- though a contract job- I had a feeling that this was not for me coz I wasn't really enjoying it. Apart from d fact that the pay was low, the pressure was just too much and there was no time for me to pursue other things like applying elsewhere coz I think almost every second about d job. so, I decided to further by applying for my masters in the same undergraduate field of Biochemistry. I did that, got d admission and I resigned from my job after a year and a half.

The problem now is after evaluating Nigeria as it is today and with financial troubles, I'm beginning to think that I made d wrong choice. my course of study is seriously streamlined when it comes to lucrativeness in the labour market and the future is really clouded with dark firmament right now. When I was working, I was initially saving up to travel out of the country; I changed my mind coz a friend of mine was duped when he applied for Canadian visa after being rejected severally by the US embassy. This really affected him and I don't want to go through such emotional and psychological breakdown. Did I really made d right call opting for my masters?
Re: Did I Make The Right Call? by kokozain(m): 2:49pm On Jan 06, 2020
No need to cry over a spilled milk. The deed has been done. So you move on because you can't change the current situation now

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