How to Identify a Scam Job Interview Invitation

Career Advice

The chances of you getting a fake or scam job interview invitation is high especially if you are a fresh graduate in Nigeria that just completed his/her National Youth Service internship. You may not be able to control jobs you apply but when you get an interview invite, you can check for its authenticity. Here […]

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5 Benefits of Peer Pressure to Young Persons

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Peer pressure is a social behaviour that most people tend to deal with at some points in their lives. Whether they admit it or not, it can range from a friend deciding on an outfit to an event or to living a lifestyle you can’t afford because others in your peer group are doing or […]

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3 Ways to Increase the Productivity of Millennials at Work

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One question on the minds of employers and managers is ‘how to stimulate and increase the productivity of millennials’ without frustrating their interests and ambitions. To answer this question, Nigeria’s biggest job site, Jobberman recently conducted a survey to proffer a lasting solution to this recurring challenge. Over the years, Jobberman has carved a reputation […]

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Dr. Tayo Oyedeji: Important Elements For Financial Independence

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Financial independence is very important whether you are a career professional or entrepreneur. Like most finance professionals and wealthy people would say, the road to financial independence never happens overnight. In this article below Dr Tayo Oyedeji, an Oxford-educated entrepreneur with business interests in technology and advertising. Tayo teaches financial literacy and lives to help […]

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7 Life Lessons, 7 Years After University Exams


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I thought it important to write about my 7 life lessons, 7 years since after graduating from the University of Port Harcourt. In Facebook’s customary fashion, received the “Your Memories on Facebook” notification and right there was the image (insert below) we took after my final exams. 1. You’ll Make Mistakes I have come to […]

October 17, 2018

6 Things You Must Know About Your Mental Health


Career Advice, Marketing

October 10th is World mental health day, this year’s theme “Young people and mental health in a changing world” focuses on creating mental health awareness for adolescence and early years of adulthood. The pressures for us millennials in a dynamic world driven by technological advances is overwhelming, some of these pressures when not recognised early […]

October 10, 2018

Stutern’s Nigerian Graduate Employability Report


Career Advice

The Nigerian graduate employability report is an annual fact-finding study by Nigeria’s fast-growing online platform that connects interns with employers, Stutern. This year’s report is filled with a lot of insights both for policymakers but, more especially, the Nigerian graduate which would be my major focus. There is a widespread under-compensation of Nigerian graduates at […]

October 8, 2018

Gender Pay Gap: How Women Can Negotiate Better Salary


Career Advice

Gender pay gap is the difference in the remuneration of male and female employees in a workplace after doing the same equal work. This disparity in pay and how outrageous it can get differ according to industry and countries. This has become a great concern around the world, there has been several studies and research […]

October 1, 2018

5 Important Reason You Need a Mentor Now


Career Advice

There are several reasons you need a mentor, regardless of if you are in business or on a career path. A mentor coaches, teaches, trains, instructs and guides you on your journey to attaining a certain level independence or skill at a required thing. Expert advice always ensures you make minimal mistakes and focuses you […]

September 14, 2018