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Re: My Current State Of Mind by Theboss100(m): 5:18pm On May 21
Hotshisha:
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So this is what you do for a living And you want EFCC to disturb him in the future.

Come and collect beating for been a bad boy.

Re: My Current State Of Mind by wink2015: 5:19pm On May 21
iamyemiakins:
Crypto and forex traders will soon enter here with their "invest in..."

I am interested in the forex stuff.

How can I get the info?
Re: My Current State Of Mind by gbemishile: 5:19pm On May 21
neoclassical:
That is why I will never advise a fresh graduate to come to Lagos in search of job when you don't have a decent place to stay with free food. You will end up wasting your years in Lagos with hand-to-mouth work.

Presently, Lagos is living on past glory. It only favours secondary school leavers, who are staying with their parents and can collect 15k job in Alaba International Market, Trade fair complex, Balogun Market, Ladipo Market , Computer Village as Sales girl/boy. The jobs are there for them. But for a graduate, look for something to do on your own, make contacts for Federal Government jobs and pray to God for divine intervention.

As for you OP. As far as you a graduate, it is wrong to think you have nothing to show. Some of your mates are still writing carry overs in school. You can still receive a call for a job that will surpass those that have been working for years. It is called grace.
You should shut that trash of a mouth.
Lagos is living on past glory?
If you're in Lagos,then move back to your state and see if u can survive there.

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Re: My Current State Of Mind by Fxwarrior: 5:19pm On May 21
brimdans:
I would have loved to remain anonymous, but what's the point?

My problem is I'm a jobless graduate, who works for a friend. This friend I work for, doesn't even pay, he just gives me stipends after every work I do. It's a laundry work. He owns the shop, so he's in charge of everything in the shop including, collections of money and all. My work is just to work. I do virtually everything in the shop.

My problem is this guy almost all the time collects the money and doesn't even give me my share. The only time I see my share is when the I'm around when the monies are given to him.

I'm hooked because I mostly feed in there house, because the shop is just within the house. I tried to get a good job, but nothing is forth coming. I even tried applying for casual jobs, still no luck.

I'm currently in a dilemma because my parents are tired of me staying in there house, so currently I sleep in the shop, and it's not even conducive, but that's the only option I have.

I tried contacting my relatives in Lagos if I could go and make a living there, but they aren't really interested me coming.

Please I kindly need advise and help, because I'm heading towards depression.

I'm actually 30 years old. With nothing to show for, except "I'm a graduate" tag.

Do you have an Android phone? I'll like to mentor you in forex trading. I will equally fund your first account for you when I see your readiness. Cheer up.

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Re: My Current State Of Mind by adonaimart(m): 5:20pm On May 21
Send your CV to me...check my signature for my number.


Do it now if you are not the Mod sha....just kidding grin grin grin

Am doing a free resume review this weekend, so don't miss it out.
Re: My Current State Of Mind by Franzinni: 5:21pm On May 21
Amuochicha:
i hate men
kai weda hot.
Re: My Current State Of Mind by Itzlinda(m): 5:23pm On May 21
DropsMic:
I know a guy who was once in your shoes.. All his friends were doing the usual yahoo but the dude said NO to it... He was Honest, hardworking and a very hopeful Nigerian.
Last i heard he is now a crack addict and a pain on everybody's behind. I guess depression pushed him to drugs


Thought you would say he later win in life grin

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Re: My Current State Of Mind by Oka4: 5:23pm On May 21
Brother I was once in your condition, but now to God be d Glory am relatively comfortable. Try ansa d following questions to yourself sincerely
1. What are d opportunities dat abound in d area where you stay?
2. What can you do comfortably?
3. Do you have a zeal/drive and are you really hardworking?

During my challenging time, I had to relocate to a fresh land( though thank God my roommate den in skul accomadated me. Then i started from there, started teaching in a skul for 13k salary, den from there i gathered experience and moved to a more paying skul (25k) I grew so much in d skul dat i started earning up to 40k. I got married, am now with kids but i knew teaching was not my last bus stop. Presently I have diversified and like i said earlier on am now relatively comfortable.
NB. All this things happened to me within the past 4yrs

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Re: My Current State Of Mind by colizee(m): 5:23pm On May 21
DropsMic:
I know a guy who was once in your shoes.. All his friends were doing the usual yahoo but the dude said NO to it... He was Honest, hardworking and a very hopeful Nigerian.
Last i heard he is now a crack addict and a pain on everybody's behind. I guess depression pushed him to drugs

Life no balance....
Re: My Current State Of Mind by WelcomeToBiafra: 5:24pm On May 21
Who is responsible for joblessness in the zoo called nigeria

Is it the lazy youths or lazy terrorist government leaders.

Graduating in Nigeria is a complete waste of time and money in Nigeria expired school system since amalgamation.

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Re: My Current State Of Mind by Osizo(m): 5:24pm On May 21
CharisEleos:
I wish there's a place you can stay in Lag. There are so many teaching jobs you can start with then from there you can move on to your dream job.

There are even schools that will offer you accommodation. A nairalander got an offer like that and shared it here last week or so.


There's even another that advertised in lekki. They offer accommodation too.

Search for the thread in education or jobs section. You may be lucky to find her post.

Also do not forget to keep praying to God to open a book of remembrance concerning you. Prayer works wonders.

it will be well appreciated if you can give the link to the school and lekki.

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Re: My Current State Of Mind by Letmehearword: 5:25pm On May 21
If you stay in Lagos and don't mind we can work out a laundry partnership since you have the experience and I have a few machines lying here in my house, I can set up the place while you run it and we work out the sharing formula.

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Re: My Current State Of Mind by Btruth: 5:26pm On May 21
Be thankful for the gift of life first. Then, as someone suggested up there, look for a casual work for a start instead of a certificate job. I'm sure from there other opportunities will come up.

I wish you all the luck though.

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Re: My Current State Of Mind by FatherCHRISTMAS: 5:26pm On May 21
DropsMic:
I know a guy who was once in your shoes.. All his friends were doing the usual yahoo but the dude said NO to it... He was Honest, hardworking and a very hopeful Nigerian.
Last i heard he is now a crack addict and a pain on everybody's behind. I guess depression pushed him to drugs


Sometimes I wish I never had to depend on drugs to forget the pain of being unemployed and lonely.
I am ashamed to fall back on it once in awhile

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Re: My Current State Of Mind by GRACEGLORY: 5:27pm On May 21
brimdans:
I would have loved to remain anonymous, but what's the point?

My problem is I'm a jobless graduate, who works for a friend. This friend I work for, doesn't even pay, he just gives me stipends after every work I do. It's a laundry work. He owns the shop, so he's in charge of everything in the shop including, collections of money and all. My work is just to work. I do virtually everything in the shop.

My problem is this guy almost all the time collects the money and doesn't even give me my share. The only time I see my share is when the I'm around when the monies are given to him.

I'm hooked because I mostly feed in there house, because the shop is just within the house. I tried to get a good job, but nothing is forth coming. I even tried applying for casual jobs, still no luck.

I'm currently in a dilemma because my parents are tired of me staying in there house, so currently I sleep in the shop, and it's not even conducive, but that's the only option I have.

I tried contacting my relatives in Lagos if I could go and make a living there, but they aren't really interested me coming.

Please I kindly need advise and help, because I'm heading towards depression.

I'm actually 30 years old. With nothing to show for, except "I'm a graduate" tag.



Now, it took you 30 years to understand the difference between school and education.

You're still good to go, start working to change your trajectories, by seeking VISION, and financial education.

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Re: My Current State Of Mind by ephbe(m): 5:29pm On May 21
Have you considered uber, do you drive and do you have a valid license. Try uber please, you'll make something enough to feed you daily. It is better than idleness.


brimdans:
I would have loved to remain anonymous, but what's the point?

My problem is I'm a jobless graduate, who works for a friend. This friend I work for, doesn't even pay, he just gives me stipends after every work I do. It's a laundry work. He owns the shop, so he's in charge of everything in the shop including, collections of money and all. My work is just to work. I do virtually everything in the shop.

My problem is this guy almost all the time collects the money and doesn't even give me my share. The only time I see my share is when the I'm around when the monies are given to him.

I'm hooked because I mostly feed in there house, because the shop is just within the house. I tried to get a good job, but nothing is forth coming. I even tried applying for casual jobs, still no luck.

I'm currently in a dilemma because my parents are tired of me staying in there house, so currently I sleep in the shop, and it's not even conducive, but that's the only option I have.

I tried contacting my relatives in Lagos if I could go and make a living there, but they aren't really interested me coming.

Please I kindly need advise and help, because I'm heading towards depression.

I'm actually 30 years old. With nothing to show for, except "I'm a graduate" tag.

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Re: My Current State Of Mind by lovewizzy09: 5:29pm On May 21
Get a laptop, find a friend who can teach you the ways of the streets! At 30, you don't have much time left. Nigeria is hard and has no plans for the youths. Those saying you should start a business ask them for money and watch them insult you!

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Re: My Current State Of Mind by oketikpo: 5:29pm On May 21
Anytime you are around Lagos State and you have a place to stay , send a mail to me @mark_ezeigbo@yahoo.com.

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Re: My Current State Of Mind by Idaytesj29: 5:29pm On May 21
brimdans:
I would have loved to remain anonymous, but what's the point?

My problem is I'm a jobless graduate, who works for a friend. This friend I work for, doesn't even pay, he just gives me stipends after every work I do. It's a laundry work. He owns the shop, so he's in charge of everything in the shop including, collections of money and all. My work is just to work. I do virtually everything in the shop.

My problem is this guy almost all the time collects the money and doesn't even give me my share. The only time I see my share is when the I'm around when the monies are given to him.

I'm hooked because I mostly feed in there house, because the shop is just within the house. I tried to get a good job, but nothing is forth coming. I even tried applying for casual jobs, still no luck.

I'm currently in a dilemma because my parents are tired of me staying in there house, so currently I sleep in the shop, and it's not even conducive, but that's the only option I have.

I tried contacting my relatives in Lagos if I could go and make a living there, but they aren't really interested me coming.

Please I kindly need advise and help, because I'm heading towards depression.

I'm actually 30 years old. With nothing to show for, except "I'm a graduate" tag.

If you can drive, find someone to give you taxi to drive that better than what you currently do. But pls, dont cheat your employer or the person who gives u the vehicle to drive.

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Re: My Current State Of Mind by Generalkaycee(m): 5:30pm On May 21
You're mad
Amuochicha:
i hate men

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Re: My Current State Of Mind by Paxxcarl(m): 5:30pm On May 21
Amuochicha:
i hate men
why bish?

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Re: My Current State Of Mind by stanley000: 5:32pm On May 21
iamyemiakins:
Crypto and forex traders will soon enter here with their "invest in..."
don't mind them, blind gamblers
Re: My Current State Of Mind by alizma: 5:32pm On May 21
brimdans:
I would have loved to remain anonymous, but what's the point?

My problem is I'm a jobless graduate, who works for a friend. This friend I work for, doesn't even pay, he just gives me stipends after every work I do. It's a laundry work. He owns the shop, so he's in charge of everything in the shop including, collections of money and all. My work is just to work. I do virtually everything in the shop.

My problem is this guy almost all the time collects the money and doesn't even give me my share. The only time I see my share is when the I'm around when the monies are given to him.

I'm hooked because I mostly feed in there house, because the shop is just within the house. I tried to get a good job, but nothing is forth coming. I even tried applying for casual jobs, still no luck.

I'm currently in a dilemma because my parents are tired of me staying in there house, so currently I sleep in the shop, and it's not even conducive, but that's the only option I have.

I tried contacting my relatives in Lagos if I could go and make a living there, but they aren't really interested me coming.

Please I kindly need advise and help, because I'm heading towards depression.

I'm actually 30 years old. With nothing to show for, except "I'm a graduate" tag.
You need to tell us your state and possibly the local govt area, this will help those who know your environment to advise you properly.
Re: My Current State Of Mind by stinflame: 5:33pm On May 21
You been a graduate is a step ahead. That's a tool unharnessed . It's just like you learnt a trade.
Only you and you alone can help yourself out. Network and take calculated risk. Try and ensure to be at the right place and at the right time.

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Re: My Current State Of Mind by deavicky(m): 5:34pm On May 21
brimdans:
I would have loved to remain anonymous, but what's the point?

My problem is I'm a jobless graduate, who works for a friend. This friend I work for, doesn't even pay, he just gives me stipends after every work I do. It's a laundry work. He owns the shop, so he's in charge of everything in the shop including, collections of money and all. My work is just to work. I do virtually everything in the shop.

My problem is this guy almost all the time collects the money and doesn't even give me my share. The only time I see my share is when the I'm around when the monies are given to him.

I'm hooked because I mostly feed in there house, because the shop is just within the house. I tried to get a good job, but nothing is forth coming. I even tried applying for casual jobs, still no luck.

I'm currently in a dilemma because my parents are tired of me staying in there house, so currently I sleep in the shop, and it's not even conducive, but that's the only option I have.

I tried contacting my relatives in Lagos if I could go and make a living there, but they aren't really interested me coming.

Please I kindly need advise and help, because I'm heading towards depression.

I'm actually 30 years old. With nothing to show for, except "I'm a graduate" tag.
what did you study?
Re: My Current State Of Mind by oluxy(m): 5:35pm On May 21
brimdans:
I would have loved to remain anonymous, but what's the point?

My problem is I'm a jobless graduate, who works for a friend. This friend I work for, doesn't even pay, he just gives me stipends after every work I do. It's a laundry work. He owns the shop, so he's in charge of everything in the shop including, collections of money and all. My work is just to work. I do virtually everything in the shop.

My problem is this guy almost all the time collects the money and doesn't even give me my share. The only time I see my share is when the I'm around when the monies are given to him.

I'm hooked because I mostly feed in there house, because the shop is just within the house. I tried to get a good job, but nothing is forth coming. I even tried applying for casual jobs, still no luck.

I'm currently in a dilemma because my parents are tired of me staying in there house, so currently I sleep in the shop, and it's not even conducive, but that's the only option I have.

I tried contacting my relatives in Lagos if I could go and make a living there, but they aren't really interested me coming.

Please I kindly need advise and help, because I'm heading towards depression.

I'm actually 30 years old. With nothing to show for, except "I'm a graduate" tag.

You have your life to show for it.
You just keep praying, doing what your hand could find deligently, be patient with it, and gradually, things would fall into places for you.
Age is nothing, the blessings of the lord is everything. If it's by age, Abraham and Serah won't have a child.

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Re: My Current State Of Mind by sophxx: 5:35pm On May 21
Fxwarrior:


Do you have an Android phone? I'll like to mentor you in forex trading. I will equally fund your first account for you when I see your readiness. Cheer up.
We wey no get Android nko
Re: My Current State Of Mind by seyz91(m): 5:36pm On May 21
First of all be thankful for the gift of life

Cuz in any situation you may find yourself in this life, being grateful comes first as there's nothing new under the sun, you are not the first, second or even the third to be in this situation and you only know your own story

hear someone else's own then you will realize how and what a winner you are
brimdans:
I would have loved to remain anonymous, but what's the point?

My problem is I'm a jobless graduate, who works for a friend. This friend I work for, doesn't even pay, he just gives me stipends after every work I do. It's a laundry work. He owns the shop, so he's in charge of everything in the shop including, collections of money and all. My work is just to work. I do virtually everything in the shop.

My problem is this guy almost all the time collects the money and doesn't even give me my share. The only time I see my share is when the I'm around when the monies are given to him.

I'm hooked because I mostly feed in there house, because the shop is just within the house. I tried to get a good job, but nothing is forth coming. I even tried applying for casual jobs, still no luck.

I'm currently in a dilemma because my parents are tired of me staying in there house, so currently I sleep in the shop, and it's not even conducive, but that's the only option I have.

I tried contacting my relatives in Lagos if I could go and make a living there, but they aren't really interested me coming.

Please I kindly need advise and help, because I'm heading towards depression.

I'm actually 30 years old. With nothing to show for, except "I'm a graduate" tag.
Re: My Current State Of Mind by debbydams(f): 5:37pm On May 21
brimdans:
I would have loved to remain anonymous, but what's the point?

My problem is I'm a jobless graduate, who works for a friend. This friend I work for, doesn't even pay, he just gives me stipends after every work I do. It's a laundry work. He owns the shop, so he's in charge of everything in the shop including, collections of money and all. My work is just to work. I do virtually everything in the shop.

My problem is this guy almost all the time collects the money and doesn't even give me my share. The only time I see my share is when the I'm around when the monies are given to him.

I'm hooked because I mostly feed in there house, because the shop is just within the house. I tried to get a good job, but nothing is forth coming. I even tried applying for casual jobs, still no luck.

I'm currently in a dilemma because my parents are tired of me staying in there house, so currently I sleep in the shop, and it's not even conducive, but that's the only option I have.

I tried contacting my relatives in Lagos if I could go and make a living there, but they aren't really interested me coming.

Please I kindly need advise and help, because I'm heading towards depression.

I'm actually 30 years old. With nothing to show for, except "I'm a graduate" tag.
get close to God,pray ask him to show nd lead you, u can den write application to different places or start a business, depending on what God reveal to you..I remember when I was searching for job it was Neva easy I almost got used I went to different hospitals no work..I got tired I went to my kid brother who is a student i started selling vegetables..a lot of my friends was mocking me den i ignored Dem it wasn't easy o..it was from vegetables I got money I used to open my store..be strong

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Re: My Current State Of Mind by Karozy: 5:37pm On May 21
brimdans:
I would have loved to remain anonymous, but what's the point?

My problem is I'm a jobless graduate, who works for a friend. This friend I work for, doesn't even pay, he just gives me stipends after every work I do. It's a laundry work. He owns the shop, so he's in charge of everything in the shop including, collections of money and all. My work is just to work. I do virtually everything

My problem is this guy almost all the time collects the money and doesn't even give me my share. The only time I see my share is when the I'm around when the monies are given to him.

I'm hooked because I mostly feed in there house, because the shop is just within the house. I tried to get a good job, but nothing is forth coming. I even tried applying for casual jobs, still no luck.

I'm currently in a dilemma because my parents are tired of me staying in there house, so currently I sleep in the shop, and it's not even conducive, but that's the only option I have.

I tried contacting my relatives in Lagos if I could go and make a living there, but they aren't really interested me coming.

Please I kindly need advise and help, because I'm heading towards depression.

I'm actually 30 years old. With nothing to show for, except "I'm a graduate" tag.

Why not get a teaching job for a start and from there plan ahead,it’s better than working for just a stipend,

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