Category Archives: Business – from graduate to worker

The tragedy of Black History Month

Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie states “The real tragedy of our postcolonial world is not that the majority of people had no say in whether or not they wanted this new world; rather, it is that the majority have not been given the tools to negotiate this … Continue reading

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I have a degree, there’s no way I’m taking any job – pompous or pragmatic?

Looking at the tweeples I follow and I came across the following tweet “no way am I taking any job, I worked hard for this degree”. At first I laughed, then I started to feel sorry for the person who … Continue reading

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The joy of not having to worry about exams!

At the moment my little sister and a whole crew of other people around me are writing exams, and doing all night sessions in order to get a grade that will not disgrace their lives and I am so happy … Continue reading

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From University to work: University is nothing like the real world of business

Graduating was a great milestone in my life and brought me closer to myself. Although I have always known that I am a creative person, I had never really warmed to the thought of being a struggling creative and for … Continue reading

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