Nigeria, for sometimes have had to face high level of unemployment, its a very familiar trend which youth are used to.
The situation has gotten worse to the extent of not looking/seeking for job immediately after graduation cause you already knows what the answer will be citizens always have a way of putting everything on government’s shoulder and neglecting the fact that there are something they are doing wrong.
For a graduate to get a paid job he/she must :-
1. Write A Well Documented Application
A well packaged application gives a plus mark to the writer and it also create a sign of readiness
Application written well,comprising of a responsible CV attracts a company to a job seeker,so as graduate, you must endeavor to write an application letter worthy to secure you a paid job.
2. Prepare For Opportunity At All Time
A prepared mind is a successful mind,always be ready for interview at all time
Many youth/graduates waited until an appointment for interview is fixed before they start reading and making their CV ready.
There may be an urgent submission of CV for interview, so if you are constantly ready,I assured you,that job will be yours
This aspect plays a very important role in securing a paid job.Painfully,almost all job seekers take it lightly.
There is a saying that “as you appear, so shall you be addressed” appearing,in a smartly dressed manner create an impression about your personality and it boost your chances of getting a job.
4. Get The Best Attitude
The most important thing to get is attitude.it make or mar,attitude helps and destroys, having a good attitude helps in getting a recommendation from someone, its also help you get a head of other job seekers.
As you go out in search of job,put all these four factors in your mind and make sure you do them,the sky will be your limit
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