First-Class KNUST Graduate Lois Ansaa Asiedu Begs For A Job On Social Media

First-Class KNUST Graduate Lois Ansaa Asiedu Begs For A Job On Social Media

  • A first-class graduate of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST), Lois Ansaa Asiedu, searched for a job on X and had several offers
  • This comes after the beautiful and smart young lady graduated from KNUST in 2022 and had been searching for a job
  • Many people advised her on her next steps, while others recommended available job offers to her

A first-class graduate of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST), Lois Ansaa Asiedu, has taken to social media to make her plight about being unemployed known.

First-class KNUST graduate Lois Ansaa Asiedu begs for a job on social media
KNUST graduate Lois Ansaa Asiedu. Image Credit: @AnsaaAsiedu
Source: Twitter

First-class KNUST graduate searches for a job

In a heartfelt message on X, Miss Asiedu noted that the time had come for her to make her plight about searching for a job known since she had been on a job hunt for many months.

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Miss Asiedu, who graduated from KNUST in 2022 with first-class honours, noted that she would love to work in any financial institution.

She posted her undergraduate certificate, Bachelor of Arts (Economics), and a selfie showing her beautiful face while making the plea. Below is the message on her X account:

At this point, I’m putting it out there that I’m in search of employment at any financial institution. Anyone with viable leads, please put me on. Kindly retweet

Below is a post by Miss Asiedu on X about her search for a job.

Below are the reactions from social media users regarding Miss Asiedu's search for a job

Many people reposted her message on X with job offers; others also asked her questions pertaining to her master's degree and why she wanted to pursue it abroad rather than in Ghana.

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Below are the reactions:

@NezerKwame1 said:

You can reach out for any assistance, I am also a TEKNOKRAT.

@Iam_Monney said:

The opportunities are there, plenty.. just search for schools and apply.

@koby_larry said:

Don't rush and do your masters yet.. wait a while and get employed here. gained at least 2 years of experience.. regardless if anyone is willing to give her a job, please help out.. @thenanaaba kindly

@AnyanKwasi said:

Any reason for not considering doing your Masters in Ghana?

@Gidaas said:

Maybe, just seek graduate study opportunities. During my time at the University of Saskatchewan, I met a lot of economic students from UCC doing their graduate program in economics. You can explore that opportunity.

GH lady moves to Canada, laments after 6 months without a job

YEN.com.gh reported that a video of a young Ghanaian lady opening up about her struggle in Canada went viral on social media.

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She revealed that she had been hunting for a job for the past six months, yet to no avail.

Many people who reacted to the video shared varied opinions on the plight of the young lady.

Source: YEN.com.gh

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Geraldine Amoah (Entertainment editor) Geraldine Amoah is an Entertainment Editor at YEN.com.gh. She pursued Business Administration at Ashesi University and graduated in 2020. She has over 3 years of experience in journalism. Geraldine's professional career in journalism started at Myjoyonline at Multimedia Group Limited, where she worked as a writer. You can reach out to her at geraldine.amoah@yen.com.gh.

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