Employment Opportunities: Building from Nothing Through Creative Solutions
International and Public Affairs
Volume 3, Issue 1, June 2019, Pages: 1-5
Received: Jun. 17, 2019;
Accepted: Jul. 11, 2019;
Published: Jul. 23, 2019
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Casmir Onyeneke, Department of Statistics, Hezekiah University, Umudi, Nigeria
Victorhez Edward, Department of Computer Science, Hezekiah University, Umudi, Nigeria
Joyce Nwosu, Department of English and Literary Studies, Hezekiah University, Umudi, Nigeria
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Unemployment has become a non-creative menace, which ruins the future of the youths as well as affecting the nations entirely. Unemployment can be terminated through creative solutions leading to employment. Employment is defined as a state which one's work or occupation earns desired income regularly. It is an activity that consumes time in order to generate paid income. Creativity is referred to the ability to come up with an activity, which when implemented gains money for the individual. Globally, companies and industries are insufficient to employ all citizens, because the employment opportunities in these companies only accommodate few citizens. As a result, many can be independently employed through creative solutions and entrepreneurship. Few people managed to create an activity and a solution through thinking, and now, they are being paid for their creativity. This write-up examines the problems of unemployment in Nigeria and proffers a sustainable solution to eradicate the problems. It is pertinent to note that an innovative citizen has all it takes to create, build and develop from the crèche. One of the motivations of this essay is to showcase the various ways of building from nothing through creative solutions. In other words, the steps outlined in this essay take one from the level of unemployment to the position of being an employer.
Employment, Self-empowerment, Self-employment, Poverty, Corruption, Creativity, Unemployment
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