- A masters degree holder with distinctions has cried out on social media
- The lady identified as Titilope Koleosho lamented her state of joblessness despite graduating with distinctions
- The chemical engineering graduate added that she is losing her mind
The rate of unemployment is very high in the country and individuals often try to gain higher levels of education with the hope that it would give them an edge in the labour market.
However, that is not always the case seeing as people with very good grades and master degrees are also unemployed.
A Nigerian lady identified as Titilope Koleosho on Twitter took to the microblogging site to lament her state of joblessness despite having good grades from school.
According to her, she is a chemical engineering graduate from Lautech with a 4.25 CGPA as well as a 5.0 CGPA from her masters degree in Unilag.
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Titilope added that she is losing her mind and needs a job to cater for her family. She tweeted:
"I'm loosing my mind. I'm a chemical engineering graduate from Lautech; finished with 4.25 cgpa. I made 5.0 cgpa in Unilag at Masters Degree and still unemployed. I'm hardworking and willing to work anywhere in any field. I need a job to cater for my family please. I stay in Lagos".
See her tweet below:
Interestingly after her post, some people on social media showed interest in helping her get a job or furthering her studies abroad. Others also advised her to go into business. See some reactions below:
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Nawa o. We hope she gets the dream job she desires.
In other news, Legit.ng reported that a 77-year-old woman recently graduated from the University of Lagos.
The woman identified as Bridget Obiageli Okonji was among the 12,843 students to graduate at the ceremony.
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