After WAEC what’s next? This should be the right question all parent or guardian must ask themselves for their kids.
Unemployment in Nigeria can be checked greatly if the orientation of parents changes and begin to plan for the future of their kids.
There’s a whole cycle of grabbing education with both hands but the real question of education hasn’t been answered.
There is the 21st-century relevant skill every child should have or at the least be aware of which goes beyond learning just about any skill (Handwork) just to beat unemployment and this is where the prestigious Warri Innovation hub comes to play a huge part.
Warri Innovation hub is the perfect answer to the question; after WAEC what next.
Quick Facts Why The Question After WAEC What Next Should Be Asked
▪️1.5m+ students write WAEC each year
▪️750k persons get admitted to Nigerian tertiary institutions yearly
▪️Nigeria produces 600k+ graduates every year
▪️25m Nigerian graduates are currently unemployed
▪️In 2014, 520,000 Nigerian jobless graduates applied for 4,000 NIS jobs. 16 innocent people lost their lives in the ensuing stampede.
▪️In 2018, a staggering 700,000 graduates applied for 500 advertised position in the FIRS, with 2,000 of the applicants holding first-class degrees
▪️As you read this, a new crop of 1.5m+ students is writing WAEC exam. It will take 3 months before they get into school. Over 90% of them will not learn a skill while they wait.
The Nigerian Unemployment Time Bomb is ticking fast
Is there something you can do to help? Yes, there is!
You can help share this information with any youngster you know who’s currently writing WAEC, so they can learn and avoid being among the next sets of unemployable Nigerian graduates.