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Monday, July 06, 2020

Boredom Eliminating Post

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    1. Anything Engineering.

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    2. Irony of life, I studied international relations in a foreign university and I really regret it and wish I studied something else cos I can't even find a job with the course

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    3. Same here Paris. INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS

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    4. If I’m the UK, medicine

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    5. International relations.

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    6. I wee like to read Doctor or Lawyer for Unifasity.

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    7. Well I went back to school to do a B.A in Counselling Psychology now looking at doing my masters in clinical child psychology and I must confess, I feel self-actualized in addition to a cool pay check.

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    1. I Will study about mental health, what's the right name for it sef?

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    2. Good evening Issac. Please, I have not received my data yet. I've checked my data balance too.

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    3. Law or mass communication

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  3. Psychology or Physiotherapy.

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    1. @Sonia
      You will read Pharmacist?
      How about reading nurse🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣

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    2. Pharmacy*😊😊

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    3. Loool anon u r very much wicked . I studied history and international relations but if I’m to go again I’ll opt for nursing .

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    4. Anon πŸ₯Š take your time 🀨

      you know what sonia meantπŸ€—

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  5. Nursing or social works.

    I envy these social workers and nurses...collecting hefty salaries.

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    1. Except abroad. Majority of the nurses in Nigeria work in private hospitals and they collect peanuts. Social workers are very underrated in Nigeria. They can only work in federal and state hospitals and they take very few of them.

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    2. Same here or i study foreign languages

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    3. In the Uk they are making money although not as much as before. I would do mental health nurses

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    4. They work hard and put in a lottt of hours before they can make hefty cash. If you don't work long shifts and overtime the salary is normal.

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  6. Entrepreneurship and Management, venture creation and wealth. 😎

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    1. ICT and everything that has to do with programming...

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  7. Computer science

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  8. Medicine and Surgery.

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    1. Sabi babeπŸ‘πŸΌπŸ‘πŸΌ

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    1. Me and you both.i have a B.A in French language,now I'm stuck as a teacher when I had no intention of teaching at all.

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    2. Raquel how old r u? U can relocate to Canada o Nd even big with ur French

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    3. @Raquel there is a lot you could do with this other than being a teacher trust me .
      You just haven't explored other options ...

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    4. Yes, @Raquel...explore Canada

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  11. Igbo Engineering.

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    1. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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    2. Engineering made in Aba products.

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    3. Stella you get funny visitors ooooπŸ˜€πŸ˜€πŸ˜€πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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    4. Why are they laughing, you don't know the course?
      Most lucrative. 😊

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    5. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ it's always d anonymous cracking us up here.

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    6. You get luck say none FORESTRY AND BUSHCUTTING.

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    7. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

      Leave me alone πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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  12. I know it won't be easy, but I'll go for medicine. I will give it my all no matter what. Not this yeye suffer person dey suffer here inthe name of being a lawyer.
    Medicine has more opportunities, more pay etc.
    Abeg jare, who lawyer help?

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    1. And I in that field wants to be a lawyer. This life no balance πŸ˜†πŸ˜†

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    2. Give me the law and take my project management

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    3. Sandra, How old in the bar are you? You whine a lot about not making money as a lawyer. Calm down, look around you, opportunities to make cool money as a lawyer abound.

      If you’re a young lawyer, be patient and work smart. The lawyers you see doing fine do not depend on just their basic salary. In the meantime complain less, and be more optimistic. Your big money break is coming soon.

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    4. Thank you 19:45πŸ˜ƒ, forgive my whining.
      I'm 3 years post call.

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    5. @marti, when will life ever balanceπŸ˜‚πŸ˜€

      I will study French...

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    6. @Sandra for real ahhh there's money in practice
      Oh I see @ three years well be patient something would work for you .
      You're in the right profession but it requires patience and hardwork.
      All the best πŸ‘

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    1. I studied this course (though in Nigeria) but I don't have a job..so I'm studying another course.
      If I have my way I'll study Law..I hope to achieve this dream of becoming a lawyer cause I sure have many cases to study.
      My vision of helping children get justice. So help me God

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    2. Anonymous, you need to travel abroad. Make sure to learn about the history of the country you're moving to, know about their islands, sightseeing centres, foods, fruits and vegetables, culture/traditions, music, fashion and style.

      If you can, it will be a bonus to learn one international language like, french, Russian or Spanish.

      It is a very good course.

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    3. Oh Ms.A that's what i studied but i just studied it for studying sake, was tired of staying at home, though it's a very good course
      I am more science inclined

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  14. Computer science but ejoor not in this Nigeria.

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  15. Maths, cos its very simple for me to solve

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    1. Maths is not all about dx and dy o... There's more dear.

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    2. @Neu... the anon says it's simple... so it is! Must you people always doubt people's capabilities? I know a guy that can never solve mathematics with calculators.

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    3. 3Amigos Bread @6 Okesalu St, Ikotun. 081385163286 July 2020 at 22:06

      I also know a few people that are exceptionally good in mathematics, chemistry and such subjects.

      If you’re good in Maths and interested in Data Science, a grad degree in Statistics doesn’t hurt at all.

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  16. Special Education.

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  17. Accounting or IT/Computer science

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  18. Still my civil engineer
    I so much love it

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  19. None, that's because I'm studying my dream course

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  20. Any Management/ Human Resource course. πŸ‘Œ

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  21. I will study English education. I will come out with a very good grade and I will certainly teach in the high brow schools.

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  22. Definitely Law


    InvincibleB

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  23. I love science, so I'm good with the engineering that I studied, though I love drawing. Maybe fine and applied arts.

    Hubby will so love to delve into arts from science. Law on his mind 😍😍😍

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    1. Are you good with engine drawing? I so much hate it!

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  24. Science Lab Tech.. These people are cashing out real good now

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    1. That really are
      How about medical laboratory science? I prefer it to science laboratory technology

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  25. Human resources and management

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  26. Who school Epp? πŸ˜’

    LEP πŸ€”

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  27. Psychology and will major in working with Teens.

    Funny enough my coursemate and friend called me this morning asking me why we wasted 4years in school reading Mass Comm 😁🀣

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  28. Definitely accounting.

    My sister has never not had a job or options for jobs.

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    1. That's the course I wanted to study but my dad wanted me to to study law, I ended up studying Theatre Arts. If I had my wish I would still study accounting.

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  29. English..studying law was my mom's choice.

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    1. Gbam! We are in the same boat. A course that you're assured of a good job with good pay after school. It's also very easy for them to migrate. To think I wanted to study this course but my people rejected it out of ignorance. I really regret not going for it. I finally studied another para medical profession but I just wish I studied radiography. Even when we went for job interview in a Teaching hospital, only about 11 radiographers came and they were all absorbed. No competition at all. I just love radiography

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    2. Hey Anons, go for it, I am a radiographer myself, I do MRI scans and been in the UK for almost 20yrs now. With Brexit happening we need more health care professionals like never before. You dont make over the top money, but you can live comfortably with what you earn and you will never be out of a job!

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  31. Anthropology or industrial chemistry.

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  32. Slay queenology.

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  33. I studied the best course so, None!

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  34. International Relations and Law

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  35. Social science or Nursing

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  36. English Literature or Linguistics

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  37. Nursing. I still get hope, I really want to go for nursing, God's willing next year, I have faith say e never late

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    1. Nice move
      It's never too late to go for your dreams

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    2. Lagos state college of nursing form is out..you can get it

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  38. Psychology or philosophy

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    1. Abeg let me pick Psychology for you. I read Philosophy, and .....

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  39. Gerontology. Which is the scientific study of old age and aging. Love the course.

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    1. Yea yea. Gerontology is an interesting course. I doubt if any Nigeria University has a separate department of Gerontology but it's beinf studied as a sub-field in social sciences & sciences.

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  40. City Chocolate6 July 2020 at 19:51

    Macro economics
    Monetary policy
    Econometrics

    I love those courses to the extent i read my notes occasionally 🀣🀣🀣

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    1. All those are courses in Economics. I studied Economics but I wish I had done Education or Nursing

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  41. Anatomy and physiology.


    Flawlessly.

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    1. Don't try it, that's my field except you are not in Nigeria.

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  42. English.
    And after almost 15 years, I am going back. I am planning to write GCE this year, so I can cross. My husband has been laughing at me henn. It is well. He doesn't think I am serious about it.

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  43. Engineering Technology
    Entrepreneurship

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  44. Linguistics and major in French and Spanish(maybe even Arabic)if there’s anything like that.Spanish is the new English and will take you to heights you can’t imagine these days.

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  45. Nursing

    Tho I studied a medical related course

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  46. Cultural Anthropology
    Criminology
    Philosophy
    History

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  47. Information technology (I.T)..

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  48. I would have gone for LAW

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  49. I would love to study psychology and entrepreneurship..

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  50. Yoruba Engineering
    Very lucractive courseπŸƒπŸ½‍♀πŸƒπŸ½‍♀

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  51. Stella, who school help? I would have gone into real estate business much much earlier. Cashing out now for most people especially in Naija has nothing to do with what they studied in school. As I leave abroad though, I will advise people to read medicine or Computer science/I.T if you want a higher chance of work availability abroad.

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  52. International Relations
    Economics

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  53. Political Science as before, or Human resources.

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