Unemployed Medical Doctor Cries Out in Video: "The Grass Here Is Dry"

Unemployed Medical Doctor Cries Out in Video: "The Grass Here Is Dry"

  • A video of a Ghanaian medical doctor venting over her inability to find a job is trending online
  • The lady, who has been home for months after school, blames the authorities for not doing enough
  • Many people who commented on the video expressed astonishment that a medical doctor is struggling to find work

A young Ghanaian medical doctor has sparked an emotional reaction online after she took to social media to share her frustration about being jobless.

In a video sighted by YEN.com.gh on TikTok, the young lady, @dr.ruth_kubi, first said that many people find it surprising that a medical doctor like herself is still not gainfully employed after school.

Unemployed Ghanaian doctor cries out in video
Ghanaian doctor vents about being jobless. Photo credit: @dr.ruth_kubi/TikTok
Source: UGC

Sharing her plight, she remarked that the unemployment situation in the country, especially for doctors and other health professionals, must be blamed on the government.

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With a look of frustration, she added that her situation as an unemployed medical doctor now re-emphasizes the need for her to relocate abroad in a bid to realise her dream.

At the time of writing this report, the video had raked in over 1,000 likes and 50 comments

Watch the video:

Ghanaians react to concerns by the young lady

Social media users who reacted to the video were astonished that the young medical doctor was still unemployed.

Stoicrounin commented:

So you can’t setup your own practice or consultancy or leverage your skills in any other way…

west reacted:

After still seeing a medical doctor at home makes me want to drop out of pharm school because what the registrar of pharm council said is just a waste of

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ataaakwei added:

. . .my 1st time seeing a doctor with piercing oo, anaa meyare

Eshun replied:

A country called Ghana…we need bold leaders cus my theory is that the west is still controlling us with strings and only hard leaders can resist them

Hawa Mohammed said:

It’s sad truly for all you kw said salaries are in someone’s account accumulating interest

Man becomes a medical doctor

Meanwhile, a Nigerian man vowed to become a medical doctor because of a childhood experience he had when he visited a hospital.

Because her mother worked at the general hospital, he thought she was a nurse, but he found out one day she was a cleaner.

From that moment, he vowed to be a doctor to make his mother proud, and he has finally achieved his dream.

Source: YEN.com.gh

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