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Four crucial tips for Nigerian job seekers

27 June 2016, 13:19

Abuja - With a stumbling economy facing an impending recession and lack of foreign investment, many Nigerians have been left out in the cold struggling to find jobs. Vanguard lists a few helpful tips to guarantee employment.

Many Nigerians are struggling to find employment as many businesses are forced into closure amid a struggling economy. Here are a few helpful tips that might help secure a dream job.

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A personal C.V is not the most important aspect these days as hiring companies rather prefer to get a more accurate picture of a potential employee by perusing their online personality.

An account on LinkedIn is now crucial as it is the first stop that companies go to when evaluating an applicant. Individuals should make full use of their LinkedIn account and take as much advantage as possible.

The old adage it's not what you know it's who you know still holds some truth as applicants should look to network at any given opportunity.

The final stage would be the interviewing process, with the interviewee looking to make the interview as exciting as possible. Interviewers generally respond better to candidates who manage to bring energy and enthusiasm to their conversations.

For more on this story, visit Vanguard.

- News24 Nigeria


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