• Forum
    • Topics
    • Posts
    • Freshness
    • What are the various ways to gain work experience when in school?

      Employers are self fish, imagine looking for a 27 years old Accountant with 3 years working experience, is it possible in Nigeria?

      We dare say yes it is!!

      But then how and where do you gain 3 years working experience at 27 when an average Nigerian graduate leaves the University at 25-    27.

      Do you know of possible avenues to garner work experience before leaving school?

      post your views and suggestion below.

    • 0
    • 0
    • No Topics

    • Job Adverts on Lagos Streets…How Authentic are they?
      In recent times, we've witnessed the flooding of streets in Major cities of Nigeria with various job openings and sometimes unrealistic pay package. At employme.ng we got following some of this 'job adverts' and came up with some startling revelations. Lets throw it open: Have you had to patronize this 'job agents'? What is your experience?   Share your experience with others on this fora. lets go....
    • 7
    • 7
    • 3 months ago

       Melinda Rudnick

    • Bogus Job invitation alerts and the companies behind them

      Adeshina, got an sms alert on his phone inviting him for an interview for a job, he said he never applied for. When he called the number against the sms, he was told it was a job briefing and he should be at Ikeja (venue of the interview) on time.

      By 9am next day, Ade was at the venue and after 2 hours it turn out it was a networking session and probably a scam as he didn't wait to get to the end.

      Our question has been;

      How do these guys come about job seekers phone number?

      Who are behind these companies?

      what are their modus operandi?

      Share your views, experience, and advice here.....

    • 1
    • 1
    • 2 years, 3 months ago

       onemen

    • Fact Check on why our youths are unemployed
      While i acknowledge that there may be a few who are qualified, have more than one degree and yet still unemployed, i would suggest that you first decide the exact field you would like to work (as most young people have the grab anything you get mentality) and focus on developing yourself in that field and always ask yourself what you can do to have an edge over fellow job seekers as apart from degrees, interviews also play a major part in employment.
    • 0
    • 0
    • No Topics

    • What is your opinion about Nigeria’s education policy?
      The recent news of scrapping the primary 6 class in the primary education set up, the Jamb test today, no test tomorrow shows a gross ineptitude of policy makers, direction and framework for a sustainable educational system. Too many changes in the educational system leaves students, parents and stakeholders confused and loss of confidence, could this be the reason of high unemployable graduates? What is your view and suggestion on the way forward for Nigerian education sector?
    • 0
    • 0
    • No Topics