Any average graduate would think of an attachment in one of the 'big' companies and hope to be retained
Such students would tirelessly work to prove to the bosses why they deserve a job
After graduating from school, there is so much to think about and probably so many changes. Adapting to these changes becomes the real deal. I had a friend who extended his stay at the university without signs of vacating. I approached him, concerned about why he did not want to go home. After asking him, he said, "what will I do after going home? What's my next move in life? I'm confused!"
Any average graduate would think of an attachment in one of the 'big' companies and hope to be retained. Such students would tirelessly work to prove to the bosses why they deserve a job. They would spend a lot of time in the offices glued on their office desktop computers looking serious when all they'll be doing is being on Facebook, WhatsApp, or even on Twitter checking out the disputes between kieleweke and tangatanga.
Most of those 'big' offices would treat you as an Ebola patient, especially one coming from the Busia border. They would hurriedly ask for your credentials which are thrown in the next dustbin as soon as the graduate leaves the premises. That's unfair, but the naked truth.
The government should do something about the increased unemployment rates in the country. There are so many qualified graduates languishing in poverty. Create jobs for them; that's all they want and need.
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