Nigerian lady reveals surprising way being an admin of a Whatsapp group adds quality to a CV, many react

Nigerian lady reveals surprising way being an admin of a Whatsapp group adds quality to a CV, many react

- A Nigerian lady has dished out some advice to job seekers about how to make their curriculum vitae a rich one

- She disclosed that being an admin of a Whatsapp group chat could be relevant to one's CV and demonstrated how

- Many were stunned at the knowledge of it, others found her advice useful

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A Nigerian lady has caused a huge stir on social media with her advice to potential job seekers. The lady identified a Dr Chioma Nwakanma took to Twitter to demonstrate that being the creator of a Whatsapp group could be pivotal and boost the CV.

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She however said it depends on how one pitches it and the quality of the Whatsapp group.

Dr Chioma gave an illustration to back up her claim.

Nigerian lady reveals surprising way being an admin of a Whatsapp group adds quality to a CV, many react
Lady discloses how being a Whatsapp admin can be added to a CV Photo Credit: @DrZobo
Source: Twitter

Her example reads:

“I own a Whatsapp group
“I chair a virtual hub of 250 digitally innovative professionals, championing healthcare promotion and advocacy in Nigeria.”

Chioma also revealed that the approach has worked for her as little things do matter when packaged well.

"...Sometimes we are looking for the high flying achievements and that’s ok, however, it’s in how you demonstrate relevance. And sometimes it’s the little things. This has always worked for me."

Many have reacted in awe at the discovery.

@ikeanya wrote:

"Aka packaging. But not necessarily irrelevant. Think about the skills needed to plan a family wedding and how many of them can come in handy in a work place."

@gigs4africa reacted:

"The small things really do matter."

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@Figo_wordsmith wrote:

"Touché! It's well-crafted, and paints a more meaningful picture against the drab version. But Vee, that's what you sef do nah..Women with better brains."

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Meanwhile, earlier reported that a Twitter user had shared a job opportunity that pays one for literally doing nothing.

According to the individual identified as @precious_chee, a neighbour had told her about how she was offered the job in question.

She said the job basically entails attending an event as a guest, clapping for the guest speaker, whenever the need arises and earning the sum of N5000.

Victor Duru is a journalist with more than three years of working experience in the media industry. He holds a Bachelor's Degree in Management Studies from Imo State University, where he was a Students' Union Government Director of Information. Victor is a Human Interest Editor, Strategic Content Creator and a Google-certified Digital Marketer. Connect with him on Twitter @DuruCVictor2

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