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Top 3 Things To Do After Graduation

Graduation is a great achievement which almost every youth are longing to achieve; but what’s the essence of passing out of school if you have nothing to show aftermath; though, while waiting for a paid job,you can definitely find many interesting and wonderful activities which can gives joy and satisfaction.

5 Things To Do After Graduation

1. Proceed To Serve Your Fatherland

​There is nothing so important than serving your fatherland immediately after graduation

Top 3 Things To Do After Graduation
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There are so many importance to derived from it;apart from your monthly allowance, you get to meet new friends, you will know much about other’s culture.

Regardless of the issue surrounding the service program (NYSC), you definitely has so much to enjoy and be proud of.

2. Learn A Trade Or Get An Handwork

Handwork is a tool that helps in developing an economy of a nation, it helps to shun many social vices because all minds and thoughts is on the work he/she does.

Trading is another business which can help you maintain a perfect monetary/financial status,it also widen your knowledge.

3. Get a Paid job

its very important to get a paid job immediately after graduation, with thus you boost with your certificate due to the fact that you are able to secure a job through it

As a fresh graduate, you must be fluent while speaking English language,be courageous to defend yourself as a graduate that really ‘merit’ the tittle and not a graduate that was pushed all through the schooling years.

Be a blessing to your family,your community and to Nigeria at large, get engaged and be productive

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