Today, every employer requires some number of years of experience before they employ and quite recently, extra competence has also become a norm in most job listings.
At the back of every employer’s mind is how they can execute tasks at the lowest cost. So as you sit behind the interview table, one thing that runs through his mind is how he is going to get all those experience and qualifications at the minimum cost...
I would like to first surprise you by telling you the employer is not interested in your Certificates. They don’t need your certificates or your qualifications. That’s the last thing they actually look out for.
Everyone has got expectations and before one can flow with us, he/she needs to either meet our expectations fully or half way. In that same manner the employer has his own expectations; for every employee or post and every new recruit.
Knowing who you are, where you are and what you want, will help you to determine who you want to be and where you want to be. In reality, that solves more than 50% of your unemployment wahala!
One popular slogan on the lips of many unemployed graduates including health professionals is that, ‘There are no jobs’. I used to sing the same chorus until one day, one of my in-charges on the ward during my internship aborted that misconception from...
A lot graduates without jobs only wish they get jobs to do but they are not practically unemployed. The best some could do for themselves is to criticize the government in power for not creating enough jobs, wail on radio or to form groups with others alike to pressure the