The rate at which Nigerian youths are struggling to get employed is quite saddening. After four/five years of endeavouring to be a graduate in the university, imagine how it feels like to later graduate and be searching for greener pastures.
A young lady was spotted this afternoon searching for employment in an absurd manner. This was posted by Giditraffic who made it known that the lady is seeking for employment. See pictures of the lady below: Apparently this lady is a well educated person in accordance to her mode and style of dressing, but how she is searching for job weakens me and I must say this is actually emotional. This is why youths out there should move into the entrepreneurship world and learn a business that suites their skill. This obviously won't make them to face trivial obstacles after they graduate.
What is your opinion about this? Do you think it is totally acceptable for a graduate to be seeking for employment in such manner?
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