Man with 2 degrees starts own company after inability to get work

Man with 2 degrees starts own company after inability to get work

- After years of unemployment, a young man called Henry Mamulu took the bull by the horns and created his own company

- Before that desperate move, the man job hunted without success after his first degree in accounting

- With a master's degree in the bag, getting a job was still a tall dream until he went into self-employment by starting a company

A young man identified as Henry Mamulu has given an account of his journey to greatness, showing that it was never an easy one.

Henry said that after he got his first degree in accounting, he tried hard to get formal employment but no firm would hire him.

Thinking he needed to improve on himself, the young man enrolled for his post-graduate and bagged a master’s degree in finance.

Despite that extra effort, he still could not get any company to give him a job. With all chips down, the man took charge of his destiny and studied how to become a retail investor.

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Frustrated man with two degrees starts own company after years of unnemployment

Many people on LinkedIn congratulated him on the brave move. Photo source: Henry Mamulu
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After that, the man launched his own company. In a LinkedIn post, the man said:

“2020 is not the year of excuses but execution.”

Below are some of the reaction his post got:

Pamela Johnson asked:

"How can I get the motivation that you possess? I’m running into the same issues with job hunting."

Jason Lloyd said:

"That's awesome Henry Mamulu! I've been working on retail trading since 2016. While I'm not over PDT limits, I have been profitable during most of this time. Wish you well on your journey!"

Maltida B said:

"I love the name ”The Yield Group”. The word ”Yield” is forever ingraved in my memory since the day I gave birth to my daughter, at home, some 36 yrs ago. I was assisted by an American midwife."

Lydiah Owinyo said:

"Great move."

Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that a lady who goes by the name Agatha on Twitter has come online to say she needs a job, asking people to connect her.

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She said that she bagged a first-class degree in international relations. Aside from her top academic honour, she added that she can speak French fluently.

Many responded to her viral post, guiding her on how she could better position herself for what she wants.

Source: Yen

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