Best ways to find jobs: The entire activities from our birth, to getting an education, and surviving all have links to finances. While there are indeed many things to live for and other goals to pursue, everything is really on standstill until you have money. As a result of the state of affairs in Nigeria, however, making money from working for an employer is tough – especially because it is tough to get the jobs in the first place. The unemployment rate in Nigeria is one of the highest in the world and while it is easy to think of becoming an entrepreneur, you would come to realise that entrepreneurship is not as easy as it seems.
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Especially if you don’t have the required capital and structure to handle it. This is why the best option is to really find a job.
In a country like Nigeria, how do you find a job? Here are some trusted ways.
1. Use multiple job boards
This is the first way most people think of when it comes to securing jobs in Nigeria. While it is true that newspapers still advertise jobs, digital technology has come to take away that job from the papers. There are many online job boards for the Nigerian market and they send information almost on a daily basis, on how to apply for some of the best jobs in the nation. To increase your chances of being selected, you would need to subscribe to different sites. While most typically show the same job openings, there are usually extras that you might not pick because you were focussed on just one. Your dream job might just be on another site. Some of the best in Nigeria are Jobberman, Hot Nigerian Jobs, and My Job Mag.