- Ghanaian woman Georgina quit her job as a dental hygienist to work as a hairstylist in Copenhagen, Denmark
- The mother of four has been balancing her work as a barber with raising her children for 16 years
- After 31 years of living in the European country, Georgina has opened up on her journey to running her own business
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Denmark-based Ghanaian entrepreneur Georgina quit her well-paying job as a dental hygienist to start her business and work as a hairstylist in Copenhagen.
At age nine, she immigrated to Denmark to live with her parents and has been in the Northern European country for 31 years.
In an interview with blogger Zionfelix, Georgina disclosed that her job as a dental hygienist was lucrative, but she wanted to venture into a new field.
'I make money but a lot goes into bills' - Denmark-based GH hairdresser who makes over GHc20k daily (Video)
Turning her childhood hobby into a career
Georgina began her new venture as a hobby and decided to make a career out of it. She recalled braiding the hair of family members and church folks at age 14.
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The mother of four, who balances her work with raising her children, has successfully established herself in her industry.
Inspiring superwoman living her dream
Even though she complained about the cold weather, Georgina mentioned that life is good in Denmark.
The daring Ghanaian entrepreneur has been running her business alone for 16 years. ''I do the barbing and fixing the weaves myself,'' she said.
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'I Earned GHc1,500 in Ghana and Now Receive $1,300 Monthly in Vietnam' - Ghanaian Teacher
YEN.com.gh previously reported that after relocating to Vietnam in 2019, Ghanaian Mercy Agyei Ankomah has disclosed her earnings as an English teacher in the Southeast Asian country.
While working in Ghana as a teacher, she earned GHc1,500 but now takes over GHc9,000 ($1,300) in Vietnam.
Ankomah told DJ Nyaami of SVTV Africa that she doesn't intend to return because "Ghana is expensive now''.
I Travelled to Italy Through the Libyan Sea; It was Deadly - German-based Ghanaian Man
In more stories, a German-based Ghanaian man identified as GH Boy Ben has recounted how he embarked on a fatal journey to Italy through the Libyan sea for greener pasture.
Before the takeoff, Ben was a driver alongside his thriving transport business in Ghana. He had a private taxi with one person working for him.
He, however, lost interest in working as a driver during the reign of former Ghanaian president John Kofi Agyekum Kufuor.
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