Careers/Employment/Vacancies » Unemployment: A drive for development? by: TYMartins(f) .:. Mon, 29 Jun, 2020 - 11:46:30:pm GMT
**With God nothing is impossible**
Re: Unemployment: A drive for development? by: KennyM(f) .:. Tue, 30 Jun, 2020 - 01:54:08:pm GMT
In our society Nigeria, I don't think unemployment has anything to do with a drive for development. Instead, it's been a drive for lots of atrocities. We see many unemployed trying to do a lot of unthinkable things to 'get rich soon'. Most of these things aren't profitable. Only a few actually go through the patience period, work hard, be profitable and make the most of the unemployment phase. I call it a phase, yes. Others see it as a chance to get equipped in the area of gaining more knowledge. So, the question, Unemployed: A drive for development?, still hangs on with a big question mark.
Re: Unemployment: A drive for development? by: Glamour(f) .:. Tue, 30 Jun, 2020 - 03:06:23:pm GMT
@KennyMMG guy u just wrote down all what I was thinking of, like seriously people ain't trying to improve themselves anymore. I asked a friend of mine not quite long " how va show me the way, how you take they make your money " you won't believe what he said. Smiles he said go to the highland and give blowjobs for 10 to 15k, or he can link me up. Yea I know right a friend saying that to me. Many girls are not looking for jobs anymore that will pay them chicken change now they look for way to make money using their body. Some gets kayamata to hook men up but funny enough we still have people who are unemployed trying very hard to get somewhere with skills they have learnt and by skills I am not talking about blowjob skills or any other sexual skills. Example of the skills are tailoring, hair stylist etc.