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Jobs/Vacancies / Re: Why Most Nigerian Graduate Will Never Get A Job by bigjoe: 3:44pm On Mar 25, 2008
no matter how deform is the system,you acn be an agent of change.don get deformed with it.stay bless
Jobs/Vacancies / Re: Why Most Nigerian Graduate Will Never Get A Job by bigjoe: 9:06pm On Mar 24, 2008
Hi,
i agree with what Rev:Lanre said,most Nigerian look for jobs outside what they studied in school and this will never help the development of our country.Most comments was to what he said was not view in terms of growth and development for our National.if each and every one of us as Nigerian graduate can be trained by the government in regards to what we studied in school and placed in the approprate position in our field of study,i think Nigeria will do better.for example in Trinidad and Tobago a third world country like Nigeria most of its citizens are given what they call ON THE JOB TRAINING after graduation from the university for six months to a year to aquired skills so as to be relevant in the society.you dont need to be ask by employees how many years experience do you have before you are employed but what skills do you have that should be a better way.its our right as Nigeria youth to sound an alarm to the ministry of labour,ministry of works and housing to do something for nigerian graduates on skills empowerment.a lot of us know theory from school but no practical thats why we want anything so as to get money but we need skills of relevance to change our nation.Trinidad and tobago is a small country and they are doing that,why cant the government empower us graduate with skills.i want to say NYSC should be abolish and skills empowerment should be in placed for a year.bye

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