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Meet Nigerian-Canadian Technologist Who Applied for 3000 Jobs in 3 Months

It is not an overstatement that Nigerians are making meaningful impact in other countries of the world. One of such that has made meaningful progress in career and impacting humanity is Dr. Adeola Debora Olubamiji.

Dr. Olubamiji is one of the good ambassadors of Nigeria in diaspora. In her recent tweet via her official Twitter handle @DrOlubamiji, she narrated how she ended up applying for 3000 jobs in 3 months towards the end of her Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D) programme at the University of Saskatchewan, Canada.

She did this to educate people importance of evaluation while taking critical decision as regards future career and ambition in life.

Dr. Olubamiji had her Bachelor of Science degree in Physics from Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ago-Iwoye before proceeding to Finland for her Master's degree.

For her unrelenting effort to reach the peak of academic career, she moved to University of Saskatchewan, Canada for her Ph.D in Biomedical Engineering. Her Ph.D thesis focused on how to utilize 3D-printing for recovery of damaged articular cartilage in Canada.

Upon completion of her Ph.D in 2017, she became the first black to obtain Ph.D in Biomedical Engineering. 

Currently, she is the Director, Additive Manufacturing Solutions, Desktop Metal, Canada's Top 100 Most Powerful Women, 2020 STEP Awards Honoree and Founder, Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Hub Foundation that provide professional and skill development opportunities through STEM education and mentorship to youth while empowering under-represented minorities.

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