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Does getting a job has anything to do with your qualifications or set

Greatest Funaabites,Have Benn thinking on how to share with you guys,but thankGod an opportunity like this is given.It so absurd still seen a candidate offered admission into(PRM) still thinking about how to get job in future,still sadden about course he/she was offered,if u don't want to blame yourself after graduation,start liking d course u were given because if u didn't like the courseyou won't be successful.

The discipline you study doesn't determine what you will do after graduation. Your degree is just one of the many important assets you bring to your future career.
Let's take for example these reputable personels in Nigeria.
1:Chimamanda Adichie – Writer, Author

Born in the town of Enugu, Chimamanda Adichie studied Medicine and Pharmacy at the University of Nigeria, at the request of her father. She had always dreamed of becoming a writer, a desire that she credits to Chinua Achebe, Igbo author of Nigerian masterwork Things Fall Apart.

She quit studying Medicine after a year and a half and left Nigeria at age 19 for the United States to study communications and political science at Drexel University in Philadelphia. She transferred to Eastern Connecticut State University to live closer to her sister.

Today, she is a widely celebrated writer with her three bestselling novels; Purple Hibiscus, Half of a Yellow Sun and her latest novel Americanah (selected as one of the New York Times’ 10 Best Books of 2013)
2:Okey Bakassi – Actor, Comedian

After his secondary education, Okechukwu Anthony Onyegbule AKA Okey Bakassi got admitted into the Rivers State University of Science and Technology (RSUST), Port Harcourt, where he studied Agricultural Engineering and graduated in 1992.

This Engineer decided to build his career around his passion for entertainment. He became a professional movie actor in 1994 after his national youth service (NYSC). In October 2008, he was appointed Senior Special Assistant to the Governor of Imo State on Entertainment Industry Matters and served till August 2011.
Think today and know whom u are,don't be carried away by course ur friends are studying.
Course of study at undergraduate level don't really matter? The truth is, except for highly specialised professions like Medicine, Engineering et cetera, you can become almost anything without having your first degree in that line. Even for Engineering, many postgraduate schools allow you to do your Masters in engineering courses with a related Science first degree.

In some cases, you don’t even need a second degree in a specific career line before you become a professional in that industry, all you need to do is to gather practical experience or run some courses in the desired field.

The current president of the World Bank, Jim Yong Kim, is my favorite example. The Korean-American studied Medicine at Harvard Medical School for his first degree. He now heads a Financial Institution. There are many top investment bankers that studied courses that are far off from Finance or Banking. Even Christine Lagarde, the current Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), another financial and economic institution, studied, not economics, not Finance, but Law, for her first degree. She is now a Finance guru.
With little weeksi just used in Funaab,have been noticing all agricultural student in Funaab mostly freshers who have not had any experience about the courses they were given.some are sadden seen their friends in colleng,colbios e.t.c,u thought they are better dan you,no they aren't,don't compare yourself with any kind of you meet in ur life cos u are totally different.just be yourself,in any couses u were given,make sure you be the best in dat field.Agriculture is more than what we think,it has pass the level of only quack engage in Agro,Agricultural is sweet if we move closer to it.know that been an agricultural student doesn't mean you will hold cutlass and hoe at the end of your graduation.share dis little story with me.

A guy selling motor spare parts saw his school mates several years after school and he could not believe his eyes; his friend was driving one of the latest sleek Mercedes Benz cars. He went home feeling awful and very disappointed in himself. He thought he was a failure. What he didn't know was that his friend was a driver and had been sent on errand with his boss's car!
Life does not have a universal measuring tool; so create yours and use it.

Looking at people and comparing yourself with them will not make you better but bitter. If you know the sort of load the chameleon carries, you would'nt ask why it takes those gentle strides. So, enjoy what you have and be grateful to God for it. Learn from other's mistakes!

Not all that glitters is gold, live and be happy with what you have, everyone is going through one thing or the other,
Be blessed and have a wonderful week....gafar care.not had any experience about d courses they were given.some are sadden seen their friends in colleng,colbios e.t.c,u thought they are better dan you,no they aren't,don't compare yourself with any kind of you meet in ur life cos u are totally different.just be yourself,in any couses u were given,make sure you be the best in dat field.Agriculture is more dan what we think,it has pass the level of only quack engage in Agro,Agricultural is sweet if we move closer to it.share dis little story with me.

A guy selling motor spare parts saw his school mates several years after school and he could not believe his eyes; his friend was driving one of the latest sleek Mercedes Benz cars. He went home feeling awful and very disappointed in himself. He thought he was a failure. What he didn't know was that his friend was a driver and had been sent on errand with his boss's car!
Life does not have a universal measuring tool; so create yours and use it.

Looking at people and comparing yourself with them will not make you better but bitter. If you know the sort of load the chameleon carries, you would'nt ask why it takes those gentle strides. So, enjoy what you have and be grateful to God for it. Learn from other's mistakes!

Not all that glitters is gold, live and be happy with what you have, everyone is going through one thing or the other,
Be blessed and have a wonderful week....gafar care.

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