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Health / Join Me And Help #makenaijastronger by jeremiah505(m): 11:20am On Jun 09, 2017
Join me and help #MakeNaijaStronger

Millions of Nigerians are dying from preventable diseases due to low investment and corruption in the health sector.

President Buhari and the Nigerian government have an historic opportunity and mandate to change this. By taking action we can help save millions of lives and create a more healthy, prosperous, secure and corruption-free nation.

Please join me and sign ONE.org’s petition: http://www.one.org/MakeNaijaStronger?referring_akid=a43525916.8424190.imBAcn&source=conf&aktmid=tm2104621.pFHoVK&t=3&utm_source=email&utm_medium=email

Together we can Make Naija Stronger.

Thank you,

Join us at ONE.org
Politics / Re: N115b Loot: Ex-air Chiefs, Politicians Top Refund List by jeremiah505(m): 11:18am On Jun 06, 2016
Education / Your Rights As A Nigerian! by jeremiah505(m): 4:26pm On Apr 12, 2016
Rights are the freedoms and privileges enjoyed by the citizens of a particular country without discrimination as to Sex, Race, Religious or Political Inclination...

According to the (1999) Nigerian Constitution, a Citizen is entitled to the Following rights...

1. Right to life.

2. Right to dignity of the human person.

3. Right to personal liberty.

4. Right to fair hearing.

5. Right to private and family life.

6. Right to freedom of thought, conscience and religion.

7. Right to free of expression and the press.

8. Right to freedom of assembly and association.

9. Right to freedom from discrimination.

10. Right to acquire and own immovable property anywhere in Nigeria.

Note: this epistle is just to create a cognitive awareness/reminder on our Rights as Nigerian citizens... Not to be trampled upon by any law enforcement official...

Do have a nice day...
Politics / Re: Please Arrest Goodluck Janathan Now (picture) by jeremiah505(m): 4:01pm On Feb 05, 2016
see him eye glass....

jobless being...

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Romance / Re: Let The Ladies Tell Us by jeremiah505(m): 3:57pm On Feb 05, 2016
come on... what is this?...

asking sumfin like this on the Internet... not kul...
Family / Re: today's kids are so spoilt,dey dnt knw u can be beaten for this by jeremiah505(m): 3:48pm On Feb 05, 2016
Yeah... i was there...
Romance / Re: Who Else Noticed This?? by jeremiah505(m): 3:46pm On Feb 05, 2016
Yeah true... buh not to every married couple....

i think it reflect on couples that are friends and really in love with each other....
Romance / Valentine Fever (photo) by jeremiah505(m): 6:48pm On Feb 04, 2016
Guys been lying since 1904... lolz...

grin grin grin

Politics / 2016 Budget Missing At NASS by jeremiah505(m): 6:41pm On Jan 12, 2016
The 2016 budget proposal submitted to the National Assembly by President Muhammadu Buhari is reportedly missing.

Recall that President Buhari had on Tuesday, December 22, 2015, presented the budget proposal to the joint session of the National Assembly.

Buhari presents N6.08trn 2016 budget to NASS
Buhari presenting the N6.08trn 2016 budget to NASS on December 22, 2015.
But about two weeks later, news of the withdrawal of the budget filtered round.

The disappearance of the budget document was announced during a closed door session at the National Assembly that lasted 90 minutes.

It was said that Senate Leader Ali Ndume made the disclosure during the closed door session, even as the Senators were supposed to commence the consideration of the N6.08tr budget today.

Details later...

source: http://www.vanguardngr.com/2016/01/2016-budget-missing-at-nass/

European Football (EPL, UEFA, La Liga) / Re: FIFA Ballon d'Or 2016 On 11th January 2016 by jeremiah505(m): 11:47am On Jan 11, 2016
wish CR7 would win it...

but sha... would be happy for who ever wins it...
Education / Re: What Can You Do With An English Literature Degree? by jeremiah505(m): 11:38am On Jan 11, 2016
The skills you gain through studying an English degree are marketable in most career areas. Find some ideas about what you could do…

Job options

Jobs directly related to your degree include:

Editorial assistant
English as a foreign language teacher
Magazine journalist
Newspaper journalist
Primary school teacher
Secondary school teacher
Jobs where your degree would be useful include:

Academic librarian
Advertising account executive
Advertising copywriter
Arts administrator
Information officer
Marketing executive
Public relations officer
Records manager

Remember that many employers accept applications from graduates with any degree subject, so don't restrict your thinking to the jobs listed here. To find out what jobs would suit you, log in to My Prospects.

Work experience

As English is a non-vocational course, the skills developed outside your study are also vital in developing a well-rounded CV. While at university, for example, many English students write for student newspapers and magazines, get involved with student radio or film societies, or volunteer in the community or local schools. The combination of evidence of skills gained from work experience and extracurricular activities, as well as through study, can help boost your job prospects.

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Education / What Can You Do With An English Literature Degree? by jeremiah505(m): 11:34am On Jan 11, 2016
While there’s more to an English literature degree than reading hefty tomes until your eyes go square, it’s fair to say that reading and analyzing written works is likely to be pretty central to your studies. During an English literature degree, students scrutinize and debate a variety of texts, as well as acquiring knowledge of literary movements, periods and critical approaches that have shaped the way we view literature today.

If you choose to study English literature at university, you’ll develop comprehensive written and spoken communication skills, becoming adept at arguing a point, framing a narrative and analyzing various levels of meaning.

But perhaps the question on every English literature student’s lips is: ‘what can you do with an English degree once you graduate?’ The answer to this question is more longwinded than you might expect, as English degree graduates can be found in more or less every industry, filling a variety of roles – from editor to academic, and legal advisor to manager.

Read on to explore the many answers to the question ‘what can you do with an English degree?’ – plus get tips on how to boost your employability within each area.

Typical careers with an English degree

Although there’s no one industry which takes precedence, English degree graduates are often found where strong communication and written English skills are top priorities; for example, within the worlds of media and publishing.

On the one hand, the widespread demand for good communication skills means English literature degrees offer lots of potential career paths. But, since this is a non-vocational subject, students may want to consider gaining work experience during their studies – a good way to get a feel for different options, and often an essential asset when it comes to applying for graduate jobs.

For instance, students who know they want to go into magazine publishing upon graduation will likely need experience in a similar environment, either from an internship undertaken during their studies or involvement with a student publication, such as a university newsletter, magazine or website. Some more ideas on how to boost graduate employability within each industry are listed below.

Media and journalism careers with an English degree

Encompassing a whole bunch of smaller industries, the media sector covers everything from film to television, newspapers to news blogs, advertising to PR and gaming to game reviewing. Depending on your area of interest, there’s a niche for just about any English graduate, whether you want to produce, write, edit, review, schedule, promote, manage or run.

Students should be aware that careers in media can be very competitive, and unless you’re dedicated to the industry and have the work experience record to show it (see below), strong starting salaries for careers in media are hard to guarantee. In addition, those wishing to pursue journalism as a profession may benefit from a specialized graduate degree in this field.

How to boost your graduate employability: Internships and/or placements; a media blog; an active presence on social media; personal portfolio of work (e.g. a compilation of reviews, scripts, photography, film projects etc.); proven interest in current media landscape (in film, television, journalism, digital media etc.).

Publishing careers with an English degree

Often intersecting with the media world, publishing nonetheless constitutes a distinct sector. In recent years, the publishing industry has seen much disruption, thanks in large part to the digital revolution. Although this means many traditional print publishing companies are becoming smaller or struggling to survive, those that have adapted to the world of digital publishing are continuing to thrive – and in need of graduates with the skills to help them keep evolving. Digital publishing encompasses areas such as e-books and electronic journals (e.g. scientific periodicals), as well as online magazines and news sites. English graduates entering publishing careers may be involved in a variety of areas, including administration, production, editorial, marketing, public relations and sales.

How to boost your graduate employability: Internship at a publishing house; self-published blog; creative portfolio; knowledge of the contemporary world of print and digital publishing.

Teaching and academic careers with an English degree

Although careers in teaching often require additional qualifications and/or experience, an English literature degree can be a great way to develop the academic knowledge and communication skills needed.

To teach at primary or secondary level, you’ll usually need to complete a professional teaching qualification and gain some experience working with children and/or young adults. For university-level teaching, you’ll be required to gain at least a master’s degree (in the field you wish to teach) and often also a PhD; many universities combine teaching and research roles.

Careers in teaching and academia can also tie in with careers in media. For instance, university tutors often submit papers to journals, contribute to or author entire books, and comment on contemporary issues in the mass media.

How to boost your graduate employability: Previous teaching experience (e.g. tutoring, mentoring, teaching English abroad); work with children and young adults (e.g. mentoring, child-minding, youth project volunteering); contributions to research projects (e.g. research assistant work).

Advertising, marketing and PR careers with an English degree

Another set of career paths with close ties to the media industry, roles in advertising, marketing and public relations are all popular options for English degree graduates. While still involving high levels of creativity and excellent communication skills, these roles all demand more of an explicit focus on generating profit and expanding business or brand reach. This more revenue-based mindset is also often paired with higher starting salaries compared to more purely artistic/creative media roles, and career progression possibilities may also be more clearly defined.

How to boost your graduate employability: Experience in sales and marketing roles; knowledge of how to promote yourself (or a product/service) using social media; a creative portfolio of ideas.

Other common careers with an English degree

As well as the industries listed above, there are many other answers to the question ‘what can you do with an English degree’. Other common careers with an English degree include librarianship, archiving, bookselling, information and research, tourism, events management, social work, youth work, probation work, human resources, retail management and sales.

Less typical careers with an English degree

Careers in the public sector

An umbrella term for state-funded roles within the public domain, the public sector is responsible for hiring large numbers of administrators, civil service workers, health service workers, government workers and police/armed forces personnel every year. Depending on the country you wish to work in, this can give you a huge number of options in terms of travel, personal growth and career progression. English degree graduates are likely to be well suited to public sector roles in English-speaking countries, thanks to highly developed spoken and written communication skills, the ability to research and analyze complex written information, and the ability to contextualize issues based on historical, political, cultural and social contexts.

How to boost your graduate employability: Demonstrable interest in the field (e.g. volunteering experience in a government agency); awareness of current affairs; work experience requiring strong organizational skills.

Careers in law

Those who study English at university are also likely to develop many of the skills required for careers in law and the legal sector, although a graduate-level degree will be needed for many legal roles – including becoming a barrister or solicitor. Despite this restriction, there are many careers in law available with just an undergraduate-level degree. These include administrative, organizational and research-based roles, within local and national courts (both civil and criminal), as well as government agencies and independent legal firms. A paralegal or legal secretary, for example, will often hold just an undergraduate degree.

How to boost your graduate employability: Demonstrable interest in the legal system (e.g. a law or political affairs blog);strong organizational skills and attention to detail; some understanding of legal jargon.

Careers in business, accounting and finance

If you’re that rare breed of student who can manipulate both words and numbers with equal dexterity, then you may want to put your broad skillset to use within the business world. For highly numerate graduates, careers in accounting and finance are a very real prospect; even as an arts graduate you shouldn’t be treated any differently when applying for these roles, so long as you can prove your mathematical skills. You’ll need good grades in mathematics at secondary education level, and may need to pass a numeracy test conducted as part of the job assessment process.

Not all roles in business are based entirely on numbers, of course. Entry-level administrative roles can provide opportunities to develop skills in leadership and strategy, building on the communication skills you augmented during your degree. Here, hard work, initiative and collaboration will determine your chances of progression, with the possibility of gaining on-the-job training and further qualifications depending on the employer.

How to boost your graduate employability: High levels of numeracy; experience in leading a team (e.g. a university project); experience working within a team; understanding of some elements of the business world (e.g. sales/administrative experience); interest in current economic climate and business markets.

And finally… what can you do with an English degree if you don’t want to go into any of the areas above? Yet more career possibilities include banking, freelance writing, lexicography, interpretation/translation (for bilingual graduates), therapy and psychology (with additional studies).

Source: http://www.topuniversities.com/student-info/careers-advice/what-can-you-do-english-literature-degree

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Jokes Etc / Re: If You Dont Laugh Let Me Sell Boxers.l have not recovered from this by jeremiah505(m): 6:09pm On Jan 07, 2016
I was going out then suddenly the sky, two white men. 3 goats on chain. my grandmother two gays. lol this is funny. then the joke happened ::: actually its you that will sell boxers mumu. why u no go laugh #abstract jokes

men u need help...
Jokes Etc / Re: The Comment With No Like(s) Wins by jeremiah505(m): 6:07pm On Jan 07, 2016

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Jokes Etc / Re: The Comment With No Like(s) Wins by jeremiah505(m): 6:58pm On Jan 06, 2016
Come on...

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Jokes Etc / Re: Riddles! Riddles!! by jeremiah505(m): 6:49pm On Jan 06, 2016

1st... No stairs...

2nd... it wasn't night/dark... (the sun was still shining)...
Jokes Etc / Re: The Comment With No Like(s) Wins by jeremiah505(m): 6:43pm On Jan 06, 2016
Happy New year...

no likes pls....

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Crime / Re: Driver Burgles Apartment 4 Days After Employment (photo) by jeremiah505(m): 6:38pm On Jan 06, 2016
Fool.... Foolish Fool.... sad sad sad
Romance / Re: Question For The Ladies. by jeremiah505(m): 6:35pm On Jan 06, 2016
Bro's you and google dey quarrel ni...

ask google na....
Romance / Re: The Abuse Of Make-up By Girls Nowadays. by jeremiah505(m): 6:28pm On Jan 06, 2016
The picture you posted is that of a photography make-over, not make-up.

Btw, why bothered about other people's look? Their face, their business. Mind yours!

you come dey take the matter personal...
Romance / Re: Pics: If She Serves You Like This, I Swear..... by jeremiah505(m): 6:26pm On Jan 06, 2016
Wow! how awesome...
Politics / Re: 6 Types Of People That Comment On Nairaland by jeremiah505(m): 6:20pm On Jan 06, 2016
So what should i do with the list?.... angry
Romance / Re: What Does She Mean By This Statement by jeremiah505(m): 6:17pm On Jan 06, 2016
she means whenever you want to hear her voice... you should call her...

i think that is what she means...
Celebrities / Re: Ice Prince Spotted Eating At A Mama Put Joint by jeremiah505(m): 6:13pm On Jan 06, 2016
make he flex.... him self na human being...
Education / Re: Help, I Need Assistance With An Assignment! by jeremiah505(m): 2:22pm On Nov 07, 2015
ibadan will say.....mo n lo ile iwe

be specific by asking people in the following areas.... Ijebu, Egba, owo, ekiti( ise or aramoko)

thanks man
Education / Help, I Need Assistance With An Assignment! by jeremiah505(m): 11:28am On Nov 07, 2015
I was given an assignment... To give 5 examples of 5 different dialect of a particular language...

Eg: if the language is ''yoruba'' and the example is ''i am going to school''...

I am expected to write the example in 5 varieties of the yoruba language...

Pls Nairalanders... I need u all to help me translate ''I am going to school'' in ur various languages...


Mods pls help me move this to fp for quick response...

Cc: lalasticlala
Romance / Re: Ladies & Guys... How Would You React In This Situation... by jeremiah505(m): 11:41pm On Oct 24, 2015

Ok now.... Issoright...
Romance / Re: Ladies & Guys... How Would You React In This Situation... by jeremiah505(m): 6:43pm On Oct 24, 2015
Hmm...is anything wrong with my post?
LMAO... Wah am i suppose to say?...
Romance / Re: Ladies & Guys... How Would You React In This Situation... by jeremiah505(m): 4:06pm On Oct 24, 2015
Lol you dunno what you're missing.
smiles... I just can't believe this is actually coming from a lady...
Sure u're a lady?...
Romance / Re: Ladies & Guys... How Would You React In This Situation... by jeremiah505(m): 3:30pm On Oct 24, 2015

I fear God pass u my dear. But you know love is beautiful thing and it's meant to be shared. Just imagine four hands running all over your body while you're in the act and tell me if it doesn't feel good.

lolz... Get behind me satan....

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