Ex Corp Members

This category is for those who are done serving and transitioning into life after service

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You Resume and cover letter can all be prepared in hours, infact you don't leave it to old update. You have to keep it up-to-date

Prepare personalised resume and cover letter to help you become more effective in your job search

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This is targeted at young professionals who are looking to write and enhance their job application in order to land a career across professional s
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Fast and Ready posted Jul 27 at 3:10 am
Now that you are an ex Corp members, this is the beginning of life not an achievement or trophy that much.

Congratulations you did it, a year is not a joke in service to your fatherland

But before losing your guard, after a week of relaxation in your comfort zone, it is time to think.


Don't party too much about your POP it is a mistake many make, waste all their service year mone
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Fast and Ready posted Jul 27 at 2:42 am

SAED CONNECT

https://www.saedconnect.org

SAEDConnect gives you access to a wealth of information, tools, programs and opportunities to help you get a job or start your business during your service year.

ABOUT SAEDCONNECT

SAEDConnect is the official youth empowerment accelerator platform of the Skill Acquision and Entrepreneurship Development (SAED) Department of the NYSC that
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Donenysc posted Sep 13 at 9:45 pm
Life after NYSC is full of different scenarios, but the most common case is some proceed their education or enter the Labour Market. Those furthering their education will still mostly come back to the same over saturated markets that is even an understatement of the reality.

My little advice, after when allawee stop coming in

I see and met a lot of fresh graduates stay at home for 2-3 ye
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Good morning to everyone today we give you the tips to stay ahead of the game, in landing your dream job

1) Don't wait for a job offer to jump-start your career
When jobs seem to be few and far between, it's easy to get discouraged and feel as though you have no control. A good piece of advice is that you don't have to have a job offer to get your career started. "Say you're a newly minted
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Fast and Ready posted Jul 27 at 2:51 am
FACT 1

1. Waiting to be done with NYSC before you begin to seriously apply for a job is one of the greatest mistakes you ever want to make.

This is one mistake many of us make or are about to make. You may nearly slap yourself if you wait till then. In fact before you finish NYSC you should have applied for at least 20 jobs and attended at least 2 interviews, that’s the mindset of
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