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Lemon Friday!!

Posted: October 4, 2016 in JoB MiRRor, WELCOME
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Hey everyone, I know you are probably wondering what I am up to now and what “Lemon Friday” means LOL!

Okay, this is really huge and I don’t want anyone to be left out. Now, with the high rate of inflation and exchange rate there are actually very few things you can invest in and make profit but I have great news. (more…)


The Way Forward

Posted: September 24, 2016 in JoB MiRRor
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I have been thinking a lot recently about the country, about the economy and trust me I don’t usually think along this line. So I was going through the papers and its really disheartening to see the state of Nigeria right now but let me not sound like I am here to rant again rather I am here with ideas to bring solutions. (more…)

Under The Hat

Posted: August 18, 2015 in JoB MiRRor
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The day which is arguably most looked forward to – arguably because some people would place their wedding day above it. But still, its the climax of educational achievement. After four, five or even six years of hardwork, exams of all sorts, diverse tests – mental or physical. You get a degree. (more…)

Connection, Degree or Talent?

Posted: April 9, 2015 in JoB MiRRor
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Image result for struggles of a graduateHello! my special readers. I just want to say a big thank you to everyone who takes time out of their busy schedule to read my blog. I really really appreciate everyone and also for your amazing comments. I want you to know that people see these comments and you are indirectly making someone better, including me. We learn everyday.



Posted: November 10, 2014 in JoB MiRRor

Hello guys, now i have been thinking, we keep saying there are no jobs and blaming either the schools we attended, course we read or the government but is that really the reason for the high spate of unemployment in this country?
I’m just saying my own o…not like i have one job or not but lets try to trace the real problem.

Now, for the fellas that blame the courses they read in unis. I have this belief that if you study yoruba education and finish with first class you’ll atleast be employed as an interpretter for daddy Adeboye in redeem camp  if not a very good firm.

No matter what we do, if we try to be the best, our situation won’t be half as bad as it is now. You may be thinking i’m one scholar….you have no idea :(. But I dont belong to the class of people  that complain and blame Universities for lack of exposure as a reason for joblessness even if we know it plays a role. What I believe is that your gift or talent will make way for you (prov 18:16). So its not really about finishing with Third class from Fishery dept in one bungalow university in Kwara * no subs intended* but just doing what you love, whether people support you or not.
On another note, its funny that there are so many job offers coming in on a weekly basis but still no significant increase in employment. Maybe people have given up on searching or checking the wrong places…i don’t know.
So tell us, what do you think is the real cause of unemployment in Nigeria, and how can we stop it?