High paying jobs in Nigeria
An online user identified as @oluwazamo took to popular micro-blogging platform Twitter, with a post in which he revealed that he has been job hunting for six years, despite having a second-class upper in Civil Engineering.
A man got himself twirled in an issue after his cousin recommended him for an interview after which the boss went on to give the cousin a sack letter and offer the man the same position his cousin was sacked from.
The state of things in Nigeria has made it a norm for most graduates to make contacts with people and go for dozens of interviews as they hope to secure a job. In their bid to get a job many youngsters have had funny experiences.
Legit.ng gathered the report of a young lady who happens to be a graduate, but rather than work with her qualification, chose to be a barber. Barbing is a skill perfected mostly by men and it is impressive to see a lady do it.
There is a thin line between testing and humiliating an individual. Many desperate job seekers fail to recognise the difference and they are able to withstand any kind of horror in their bid to get employment. Read more.
uBaba Sibisi sells pure animal skins under a banana tree in Durban,. People who pass him by fondly remember him and often marvel at his reasonably priced products. His story was shared on social media to support black businesses.