33-year-old lady with 2 masters degrees, 1 PhD cries out over unemployment

33-year-old lady with 2 masters degrees, 1 PhD cries out over unemployment

- Despite have two masters degrees and a Ph.D., 33-year-old Dr. Helana Darwin is unemployed

- The young lady has taken to Twitter to express sadness over her situation

- She says education is overrated and that she feels she went about her 20s all wrong

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A 33-year-old lady identified as Dr Helana Darwin has taken to Twitter to express sadness over being unemployed despite having two masters degrees and a Ph.D.

Dr. Darwin said she feels like she went about her 20s all wrong, adding that higher education may be overrated.

33-year-old lady with 2 masters degrees, 1 PhD cries out over unemployment

Dr Helana Darwin. Photo credit: @Dr Helana Darwin/Twitter
Source: Twitter

She wrote: "How am I 33 with two MAs and a Ph.D. and still so precariously situated on the job market? I feel like I went about my 20s all wrong... maybe-just maybe-higher education is overrated?"

According to her, being unemployed transcend disciplines, adding that it is systemic.

She wrote: "As a sociologist, I’d like to encourage everyone weighing in here to zoom out and resist neoliberal individualist discourses. This phenomenon transcends disciplines. It is systemic. It’s no one person’s “fault.”

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In other news, a Nigerian lady identified as Veronica Effiong has said she has had an amazing journey as a naval officer since she left journalism to join the Nigerian Navy.

Effiong took to her LinkedIn account to reflect on the career-changing decision she took a year ago.

She said she had an amazing career in broadcasting for seven years but the Nigerian military has always held a funny mystery to her.

Effiong wrote on LinkedIn: "The Nigerian military has always held a funny mystery to me, in that I find it easy to see more men in the military than women, I began my research on it and surely I found some interesting things.

"Apparently, In the military, there are only 3 women out of 10 people. Just 3! (that is fast changing I must say)."

According to her, she told herself that she had to be among the 3%. She added: "That was the turning point for me.

Along with my flair for a more adventurous journey, a great broadcasting career, and my desire to be among the 3 of 10, I made the decision to switch careers.

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