Young Man Denied Foreign Job Due to Nigeria’s Internet Speed 

By Henry Iheanacho A man simply known as @OluwaObi on Twitter has revealed how he lost out on a job abroad because of the slow internet speed in Nigeria. He revealed that the foreign-based recruiter told him that the company no longer hires people in Nigeria due to the internet speed. Battle of the Fittest…

US Announces Job Opportunities for Hausa and Yoruba Teachers 

The Public Affairs Section of the US Mission Nigeria has called for application from qualified Nigerians wishing to teach Hausa or Yoruba languages and cultures to American students in US universities and colleges. Vacancy for Authors and Aggregators on ginnyent.net  The FLTA program allows foreign teachers to teach foreign languages and culture to American students…

4 Tips to Overcome Workplace Impostor Syndrome and Shine 

By Ifeoluwa Impostor syndrome is very harmful to an individual’s overall wellbeing. Sheryl Sandberg, Tom Hanks, Michelle Obama, Maya Angelou, Mark Zuckerberg, Serena Williams, and probably several other famous (and ordinary) people you know all have something in common: they have experienced the impostor syndrome at some point in their lives. The Impostor syndrome is…

‘Fulfilling’ jobs for older workers could benefit health and wellbeing

Maximising working opportunities for older people and offering fulfilling work beyond retirement age could have a profound impact on health and wellbeing, according to a report. The International Longevity Centre UK’s Maximising the longevity dividend report has argued that offering older people rewarding employment can delay death, reduce the risk of people developing serious health…