Jobs are hard to come by these days . A lot of graduates come out from school to seek non existing jobs.Personally I have always had a problem with our educational system espercially in Africa. We are made to do chew and poor, less practicality. Even when there is an essay or comprehension in an exam, check out the kind of questions being asked.”Write a letter seeking for thus job and that.” What some graduates are made to believe is that , the only time they can be successful is to work for someone or a particular company.
I have been in that situation before, nut I no more subscribe to that. I believe tin working yourself and for oneself than working for someone. As I believe every work you are doing is someones business.Mind you , I don’t condemn jobs or working for someone . It’s a belief and self conviction of what one want to do with his/her life.
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Now back to the story,One Nigerian guy was taking a walk this evening around the Newly Commissioned Nigerian Liquefied Natural Gas (NLNG) headquarters which is currently under construction at the eastern bypass area of port harcourt.
Suddenly he stumbled across a huge number of job seekers CVs, (curriculum Vitae) condemningly left on the sand by the main entrance, almost by the road side. At first I felt “they all want to join this Construction, eh good for them”, but on the other hand, I thought that could be people’s parents, students and expectant fathers or even me.
He shares photos –see below;