- A Twitter user with the handle @thenicoleken is tired of her unemployed status and decided to seek help on the social media platform
- The young lady, who has two degrees, said she has been unemployed for three months and wants people to come to her rescue
- According to @thenicoleken, she has a BSC in Counselling Psychology and Economics
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A Nigerian lady identified with the Twitter handle @thenicoleken has taken to the social media platform to remind her followers that she is still unemployed.
In August, @thenicoleken posted four graduation pictures of herself and captioned it:
"4 years don waka, 2 degrees in the bag."
Fast forward to November, the young lady decided to remind her followers that she still hasn't found a job three months of graduating from school.
"It’s been 3 months and still unemployed. I have a BSC in Counselling Psychology and Economics. I write too; Please RT my employer is on your TL."
Nigerians took to the comment section of her post to express their thoughts.
Twitter user with the handle @degree_ls wrote:
"This has been a tough year for all. Do not be discouraged. Keep the effort in and appreciate every offer provided to you. Someone will see the potential, just got to trust the process. You got this!"
Another tweep with the handle @antifailedstate commented:
"Open private consultancy. Free counselling groups. Home office."
"Look for a good organization however the size, offer to work for them as a volunteer, exhibit your skills, learn from them. That is the best approach. Skills matters more than certificates."
"Just keep trying a job will come up eventually but I will advice you keep yourself busy with any skill you possess while you wait for a good offer to come by. Cheer."
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In similar news, 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 PhD.
Dr Darwin said she feels like she went about her 20s all wrong, adding that higher education may be overrated.
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