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A Nigerian educationist and Personal Development Coach Dipo Awojide has urged graduates to start looking for jobs before they go for their mandatory one year National Youths Service Corps (NYSC).

Concise News understands that the NYSC is for all Nigerians who graduated before they hit 30 years.

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According to Dipo who is based in Canada, Nigerian graduates, can, however, prepare themselves for jobs even before heading for the serving to their fatherland.

He noted some of the ways to increase their chances of getting jobs as networking, developing employability skills and also sending applications to companies where they wish to work.

“Don’t wait till you pass out from NYSC before you start looking for a job,” he tweeted. “Once the NYSC year begins, open your eyes and start looking.”

He added that they can do this by the following:

•Network
•Send prospective applications
•Develop employability skills that will make your job search easier.