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Part-time jobs accessible to Nigerian residents

If you have a regular work or study commitment and need an additional source of income, a part-time job might help.  Part-time work is a..

August 22, 2015 with 0 Comments

So, what’s the best way to use ‘contributed content’ in your blogpost?

On Wednesday 8th of October, Linda Ikeji’s popular gossip blog was taken down, re-instated, taken down again, and finally re-instated..

October 10, 2014 with 0 Comments

TRN Magazine: Starting up a business in Nigeria – our HR challenges

March 2008 ushered in an exciting new phase of our lives. My 3 future partners and I were on the road searching for investors to back us in..

August 8, 2014 with 0 Comments

10 institutions and tools for valuable free tuition and free courses

by Zima Meli The educational landscape is constantly evolving as institutions find innovative new ways to deliver relevant educational..

July 30, 2014 with 0 Comments

Distance education opens doors for Nigerian students and professionals

By Jemima Codrington  Last week, a proud father posted a congratulatory photograph of his son’s graduation on Facebook – and..

July 12, 2014 with 0 Comments

Is ‘igba boy’ the answer to the Nigerian job crises?

“I cannot even imagine the number of people that stamped on me” is what one survivor[1] said when the Nigerian Immigration..

June 29, 2014 with 0 Comments

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