Due to unemployment, Evelyn, a first-class graduate, has resorted to selling bread on the street, which she has been doing for the past two years.
According to the lady whose tale was shared on the verified Facebook page of Zionfelix Entertainment News, each loaf she sells earns her 50 pesewas (about N1750).
She added that she received a first-class diploma in procurement and logistics, but after completing her national duty, she had no chance of being hired by any company.
Evelyn’s situation has sparked a lot of discussion, with some claiming that what she’s doing now is better than going to look for work.
See few comments below;
Felix Addae: Our problem as a nation is that we all think if we don’t sit in an office then we don’t have a job,
why don’t we rather support her to improve on the bread selling and even add something else. No one has ever been rich working for someone
Obaa Vivian: There is nothing wrong in selling bread, why do Ghanaian always look down on this kind of jobs.let her advertise the bread and she will go far.not all graduate must be in office.
Manu Bashir: That is a good business, she will perform much better than her other competitors because of her academic background.
All she needs to do is to take the work seriously and she will be creating jobs for other graduates like lke her in the next few years.
Nii Teye Simeon: The problem we have in Ghana is pure colonial mentality that everyone must work in the government sector or well established private sector.
My brothers the offices you are seeking to work with was started by someone before it became what is it today.
We should learn to think outside the box. I made a big mistake of not learning how to bake bread from my late mum like today I will own a big bakery factory.
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