7 Downsides Of Being A First Class Graduate In Nigeria

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<p><strong>7 Downsides</strong> Of Being A <strong>First Class</strong> Graduate In Nigeria</p>

The struggle in Nigerian institutions still strives; brilliant students working their spirit, body and soul altogether to finish with something close to a perfect CGPA or at least, a First Class. But many are amiss with the challenges that await a first class graduate.

Here are 7 downsides of being a first class graduate in Nigeria we think you should know:

1, More will be expected of you at interviews.

2, If you did not do well in a job test, it will be the headline when an HR Manager is interviewed: “First Class Graduates Fail NNPC Test” blabla.

3, People expect you to know everything in your field, forgetting you had a first class only in your first degree, it doesn’t make you a professor yet!

4, You will be expected to know everything , even outside your field, beyond basics. In fact, they will tell you they’ve seen a First Class Accounting graduate that cannot build a car!

5, The number of first class applicants for jobs will always be a headline (like the FIRS job news, which inspired this post, anyway).

6, The entrepreneurship noise makers expect every first class to be self-employed or be an entrepreneur, otherwise, they’re corporate slaves.

7, You must be rich. They will use you as example of their friend that made first class and is not rich. They will ask you which grade Dangote made. It doesn’t matter to them that not everyone is motivated by money.

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