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Top 15 Easy Ways to Get Job to Make Money in Nigeria

Are you among those searching for job? Relax because in this post, I am going to show you 15 top ways to get jobs and make money in Nigeria. Despite the growing unemployment in the country, there are proven ways you can find that your dream job to make good money to sort your bills. Although jobs are literally scarce in Nigeria these days, you can get job to make money if you follow these top 15 steps: Information guides Nigeria

Top 15 Easy Ways to Get Job to Make Money in Nigeria

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1. Maintain an Enduring Composure

Never be in a hurry; do everything quietly and in a calm spirit. Do not lose your inner peace for anything whatsoever, even if your whole world seems upset.’ Saint Francis de Sales. Top 15 Easy Ways to Get Job 

The prevalent realities of the Nigerian economy are enough to upset a job seeker. The statistics, comparisons and research conclusions given by global economic and political Analysts; which we are honestly exposed to, make the graduates more and more unable to gain and keep their composure. jamb result 

Don’t plunge into a series of impulsive actions because the expected outcome fails to show up. Free yourself from anxiety and worries that could cause you depression. Official : FG Reveals Official Petrol Pump Price And When It Will Deregulate 

2. Make Necessary Connections/Networking:

Try as much as you can to make relevant connections. Even though you may not fancy some of those relationships, you still have to keep them because in the battlefield, just as unemployment that you are facing now, you need alliances. That means strong connections to advance your cause and get ahead. You must teach yourself how to make contacts as you will surely need them at some points, perhaps at the most critical moments of your job search. You never can tell how the dream job will come. Sometimes it comes through the most unexpected source. #BbNaija: Pere Slams White money Again 

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3. Expand Your Knowledge:

Learn to get conversant with the current trends in the labour market, the unannounced practices and your industry’s latest standard practices. Nothing should escape your brain, focus and consideration should be the hallmark of your job searching activities. You have to be in the know about rules and regulations in the labour market as well as sharp and deviating practices that have no regard for law. Breaking rules deliberately for they are made to be broken. Keep being religious aside here; when you get the job you will face the judgement, and trust me, you will be vindicated. You know what I mean, aren’t you? FRSC recruitment

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4. Handle Rejection Wisely:

Take nothing personally; nothing others do is because of you. What others say and do is projection of their own reality. When you are immune to the opinion and actions of others, you won’t be the victim of needless suffering.’ Miguel Ruiz.

Get this into your head as you go. ‘Job search is a unique form of torture’, says koelmeyer. Bring it to the Nigerian context and it turns into the perfect torture. Take it or leave it, job search in this country is nothing less of a harsh torture. It could be severely worrisome to submit uncountable copies of CV and application letters. When I say uncountable I mean what I say, and I say what I mean. If you think I am exaggerating things here, start counting how many applications you have submitted in form of CV or cover letter, yet no replies, I mean no single reply both online and offline. Can you recall the exact number? Impossible, except you are a type that keeps a perfect journal, which is also impossible in this part of the world. dollar to naira rate

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5. Beware of Unusual Events (loss of phones, being pick-pocketed, unwarranted arrests):

In Nigerian parlance ‘yawa must gas’ i.e. a street slang for problem must occur. So as you are going, you must guard against such unusual happenings like incidental losses of phones, wallets, unwarranted arrests and many other occurrences.

6. Work on Your Interpersonal Skills:

The most sort after interpersonal skills in today’s employment setting are communication, trustworthiness, negotiation, persuasion and listening skills. Work on them and you may be lucky. WAEC timetable

7. Research about the nature of the job you want to apply for:

By conducting a background research you will understand what the job entails and where you can possibly fit in by doing this you will appear Interesting, not needy; neediness scares people away because they fear to see others being disappointed. Being curious makes you appear uniquely different. Curiosity or research bring you in contact with a field you have developed passion for and get you known by those that matter. Thorough research and inquisitiveness result in the above. If extracting required information requires you to break the rules, do just that and at the end, armed with the needed information got through curiosity, you will act accurately when opportunity presents itself.

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8. Develop a Perfect Communication Skills:

According to Merriam Webster’s Dictionary, communication is the act or process of using words, sounds, signs, symbols or behaviour to express or exchange information or to express your ideas, thoughts, feelings etc. to someone else. Communication skills is doing the above skillfully.

Effective communication in today’s employment environment is as essential as the job itself. In fact, it affects your approach to the organisation, the submission and passage of your CV and your application letter, consideration of those documents, your invitation, interview, employment, remuneration and posting all involved communication.

You will need to deal with colleagues, superiors, management in some cases, company clients, her suppliers if need be, and other stakeholders. You can hardly do all these successfully without effective communication.

9. Stay Positive:

Staying positive, especially in times of unexpected happenings are a gift only a few seem to have received from the Divine. But experience shows that nobody was born that way. Those who appear to be blessed with such a Divine-like states only create such conditions for themselves through efforts, constant learning and practice. Staying positive simply mean having firm believe in yourself and your abilities i.e. what you have to offer the world. You surely have it.

To stay positive means tackling your problems, especially those beyond your power with creative prayers. It means creating happiness for yourself in the midst of the chaos. It means the ability to stop fuming and fretting but expecting the best and getting it, and not believing in defeat. When you put on a positive outlook, positive things, including jobs will come to you.

10. Be Curious and Inquisitive:

Discovery of hidden opportunities works well for curious and inquisitive people. Taking time to act on your inquisitive nature could open new and hidden opportunities. From asking your neighbours what they do for a living and what the nature of their jobs are, to asking the people you meet along the way to your job search campaigns and industry experts when in contact with them either deliberately or by chance could open doors for unimaginable possibilities.

11. Take up Volunteer Jobs:

There are many opportunities for volunteering in many sectors, and people of all ages benefit from providing services to others. While I oblige readers to look up the purposes of intended volunteer or non-profit Organisations, I have listed below where volunteer opportunities are available. Given the advancement in technology in today’s society, volunteer works emerges in different forms from traditional to digital forms. However, the main sectors of non-profit or volunteer works include: neighbourhood organisations, PTAs, Political Parties, Local Event.

Volunteering for local events particularly shows great leadership potentials and develops good communication skills which are among the most sought after skills by employers.

Other Organisations: Non-profits and local Volunteer initiatives are always on the lookout for Volunteers.

12. Update Your CV:

What is CV?

CV is a paper representation of your background, personality, history, skill, interests, hobbies and connections which precedes your invitation for interview. From experience I’ll like to communicate this few words before we proceed.

Most applicants especially the beginners take CV to be a static document. It is not a static document, rather CV is a dynamic document, a work in progress which develops and improves overtime as you grow in experience, gain promotions, acquire more education and change your jobs.

13. Writing a Convincing Application:

After your CV, your application letter is the most important part of the job search. Confidence and determination handles at least 60% of your chances for getting the job.

14. Shine at the Interview:

So after all the efforts in research, calls, visits, submissions of CVs online and offline including the stress and little or serious spending, you finally received an invitation for the long awaited interview. You feel hilariously excited. ‘Yes finally I got it!’ No more witches and wizards following you from the village. You no longer think that God does not answer your prayer. Then you find yourself before the interviewer. You have to make most of the opportunity through thorough preparation.

Wrapping Up:

In the above article, I have explained 15 ways you can get jobs to make money in Nigeria. If you follow the steps properly, you will certainly get a job. Depending on your ability, you can get involved in more than one job and increase your chances of making more money in Nigeria.

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Samuel Udo

Samuel Udo is a graduate of Political Science. A Creative/Freelance Writer and Public Commentator whose articles have been published in top print media such as 'The Pioneer Newspapers'. InfoGuide Nigeria is a team of Resource Persons and Consultants led by Ifiokobong Ibanga. Page maintained by Ifiokobong Ibanga. If you need a personal assistance on this topic, kindly contact us.

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