Monday, September 26

After NYSC what next? unemployment in Nigeria.

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NYSC is compulsory in the sense that the graduates of the country can’t request for exemption by themselves, unless they are disabled, have served in the military or paramilitary for a period of more than one year or have exceeded the age of 30 years when they graduated just like in the above explanation.

Why Is It Difficult To Get a Job in NigeriaGetting a job in Nigeria may seem as difficult as it is to find gold on the street. The number of job seekers seems to have exceeded the number of available jobs: There is an inequality, a discrepancy that may not be balanced in a very long time What’s driving unemployment in Nigeria? One factor is the critically poor state of the economy. The economy has not been in good shape for the past five years and first went into a recession in 2016. In 2020 in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic it plunged into another recession – its worst in four decades

#4: How many Nigerian graduates are unemployed? About 2.9 million of Nigeria’s unemployed hold graduate and post graduate degrees from tertiary institutions.

Are you wondering how you can get a job in Nigeria with no connection or experience Then here is the deal:  Today I am going to reveal to you a step by step process you can follow if you want to get your dream job in Nigeria. According to this statistics, over 20.9million people are unemployed in Nigeria. And it is not surprising that one of the greatest problems of today’s undergraduates is the fear of not getting a job.

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After all, you spent so much time in school studying hard to graduate with at least a second class upper when it seems like most government schools make getting a first-class almost impossible not because no student deserves the merit but it is almost a norm in Nigerian universities to make getting certain grades difficult. After getting through all that, these same students are left battling with unemployment. The fact that there is a popular notion that there are no jobs doesn’t mean there are no jobs indeed. Some people still get good jobs. For some, we can agree that knowing the right people got them there but in a few instances, we see how those with outstanding results have companies queuing up and offering them a position in their company.

It is, however, obvious, that those are in the minority; the majorities who may not have attained the zenith when it comes to grades but are smart and intelligent are usually the ones at facing the brunt of unemployment. Admittedly, sometimes, it is because all these graduates can boast of is their certificate; they have no skill or experience, even from internship or volunteering services.

Getting a white-collar job is not to be limited to your school degree; it takes a lot more to secure that executive job. So this article will show you where you may have missed it up and how to correct the error and get the job of your dreams even though the competition is stiff.

Why is Nigeria so unemployed?

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