Blog: How to stay safe while Job hunting

With Nigeria’s unemployment rate of 18.8% and underemployment at 21.2%, there is no shortage of active individuals desperately looking for jobs. This population sometimes feel frustrated by the lack of job opportunities and therefore become vulnerable. Fraudsters, social media opportunists, kidnappers, ritualists, traffickers, rapists and other evil people know it, so they do not hesitate…

Nigerian Navy recruitment

Details as Nigerian Navy announce new recruitment

The doors of job opportunities have been open again in the Nigerian Navy. The Nigerian Navy are inviting qualified Nigerian graduates to apply for their Direct Short Service Commission Course (DSSC)25. Guideline on how to apply for this year’s Direct Short  Service Commission in the Nigerian Navy, could be obtained at www.joinnigeriannavy.com . Applicants must come from Nigeria,…

Internship: How to move from an intern to being fully employed

Generally, an internship consists of an exchange of services for experience between a student and an organisation. Internships provide real world experience to those looking to explore or gain the relevant knowledge and skills required to enter into a particular career field. Due to the short-term nature of internships, many interns do not realise that…

official membership of EmployMe Nigeria 2017/18

Membership of EmployMe Nigeria for 2017/18 now open

The 2017|18 official membership for Nigeria’s first network for professionals is now open. This season’s intake, the third since EmployMe.com opened its Nigerian arm www.employme.ng. Read opening here  It is the objective of Employme Nigeria to build a network of employable Nigerians and also protect them through job search, employability and in their job places.…