Stella Dimoko Korkus.com: Are You Unemployed?.....Read This!

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Saturday, 5 August 2017

Are You Unemployed?.....Read This!

If you are currently unemployed and searching...this might be the push you need....YOU NEED THIS PUSH!!!








21 comments:

Miss Ess said...

Very good to know

SheriKoko said...

Awww... my hubby was just telling me something similar yesterday when I complained about low pay where I wished to apply for internship... am so motivated

Love.Eating.Pussy said...

Well this will work for someone fresh from school with no experience.They can learn from this

Not someone who has had a job before,lost it and has soo much financial responsibilities " working for free is not an option".
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Peace Alfred said...

Wow... Interesting

Anonymous said...

Humility pays

spiritpoet said...

Finally finally this is what our youths need - internship. It helps. I will do that. Really been considering it.

Broomstick said...

Currently doing this. As an unofficial assistant producer, I am always the first to arrive on our production day(7am). "Broomstick, go and get paper" "yes ma/sir". "Broomstick, I want you covering/monitoring so and so event, although there isn't going to be any monies given" "yes ma/sir". The exposure I'm getting and the contacts I'm making plus the knowledge I'm gaining is priceless. This is the same job I rejected 3yrs ago cos I was to get nothing. Last year, I had to go back and apply with plenty pleading sef. I know what my goal is and will continue until the point where I can reach out to grab it. Let's heed the advice given above. You'll be surprised what comes thereof. BTW, I had stopped receiving proposals from men for a while but now, the proposals(asking out o not marriage) are rolling in and I'm having a ball

Chidinma Grace said...

Do what you can do. That it worked for her doesn't mean it will work for another. Good write up though.

Rachael Samson said...

So inspiring. I started doing internships with no pay at age 16. My dad was always quick to tell me I was moving faster than my shadow. I'm 21 and I know the experience I have gained from working in different organisations. I even applied to organisations that were not relating to my course of study. Where I am right now my boss keeps telling me you are unemployable cause at a young age you have work experience than people who are older than you. I have said it to myself daily that my children will start getting work experience at an early age not for the money but the exposure and experience. Youths of nowadays need to learn that it's not until they leave school that they should start looking for jobs but what do you use your little holidays to get. It's not about partying or going to the mall.

Aurora said...

This is very motivational, yes one have needs to see to but there are times, when knowledge and experience comes first as the most important.

Anonymous said...

Stella, I wish many young ppl today would read and digest this. Hubby and I run a company and so far, many ppl we have interviewed are so money conscious. After stating what we had to offer seeing that he was still a 200level student, he asked to take his leave. Little did he know that we were ready to train and keep him. All we just wanted to see was his commitment in a month. He asked for what some graduates are given but that wasn't the issue. If only he knew the complete package before walking out.

O. Y. O said...

Well, that it worked for her doesn't mean it will work for everyone except God says YES

Tuscany IG, TWITTER @onimisibespoke said...

Smh.
Thats the thought that holds alot of people back. Why dont u reason like if it works for her it must work for me

Temilayo said...

This only happens when your management has a conscience. Where I work,nothing will change in your life.

Aivies Shawarma,BBQ,Small Chops,Asun&Cocktail. Lagos.For events booking,07030581673. said...

You have got a brain and you are using it well! I wish the young ones around me could use theirs too without anyone forcing them but no, slay 'qkweengs' tin ti take over! Let girls and boys in their late teens learn from this...starting out early.

Anonymous said...

Exactly. Doing this where you are not only being used but abused would not gel. Truth is she did her best in a good environment.

xhlrted p said...

Motivational page. Thumbs up.

My first job was before NYSC as an Executive Assistant. Big shoe but i walked it. Armed with a certificate in "Computer Appreciation". I was guru in Microsoft Office Suites. Kikiki. That was what was reigning then. Then with some good languages.

Kai. The pay was boku o. I don't know about working free. Noooo na. Though I travelled a lot with OgaMadam and closed very late.

Humble early beginnings is with it. I implore the young to get it if your family can cover the T-fare.

xhlrted p said...

"Worth it

Chikito The Professional Fire for Fire a.k.a 'Anike' πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ said...

I mentioned internship here once and ignoramus came for me - as usual. Saying i was insensitive and i don't know what it means to be penniless. Okay. Will sitting at home bring money? If only we know the opportunities that we come across by just putting ourselves out there. Ignorance won't get you a job. It's better you go somewhere and apply yourself everyday than sit and wait while your knowledge rusts away. When they now see the babe with huge paycheck they will say its runs or daddy's money or she's sleeping with the boss that's why she got promoted.

Chikito The Professional Fire for Fire a.k.a 'Anike' πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ said...

If a person works hard in a bad environment they would have gained enough experience to apply to a better company where their effort will be valued. The problem is their CV probably won't even be well written to show their capability

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