KOLA MUHAMMED reports that the nature of jobs available for the labour force is evolving, with many graduates left unprepared for the kind of sophistication required to be employed.
It is a well told narrative about Nigerian graduates who studied some particular courses but ended up working in completely different fields. The social media is rife with stories of people who studied Yoruba, Chemistry and other courses but ended up being bankers or administrative managers and made it to the peak of such careers.
All these point to how some graduates reinvent themselves on getting to the labour market due to the kind of jobs on demand. In professional settings, the trend used to be linear. …
Source: Nigerian Tribune