Career Advice

Top 10 Highest Paying Jobs in Nigeria

Nigeria has been doing a good job in terms of job creation. With the influx of multinational companies coming to tap into our resources job creation went up by 53% from the private sector in 2013. In 2014, Nigeria was named among the highest paying contract jobs worldwide in the oil and gas sector for… [Read More]

Why You Should Subscribe to Job Boards as an Undergraduate

It is no news that the Nigerian Labour Market is one of the toughest places to be in because of the high level of unemployment in the country especially among the youths. As an undergraduate you might feel safe and relaxed because you are in school, you might have the mindset of “When I get… [Read More]

Top 10 Oil and Gas Companies in Nigeria

Even though the oil and gas sector is undergoing some crisis right now with the fall of oil prices. Some companies still manage to stay afloat and rake in profit. This is a list of the top 10 oil and gas companies in Nigeria. They are ranked according to their net worth. Addax Petroleum Addax… [Read More]

Beyond The Resume: Practical Skills Every Nigerian Graduate Needs

In order to get a job, you need to have a CV/Resume. Having a resume is a step in the direction of getting a job but is having a resume enough? No it isn’t. The Nigerian job market is focused on the skill set of any candidate. Every company wants to know what you have… [Read More]

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10 Nigerian Companies every fresh graduate wants to work for

It is common knowledge that every Nigerian Graduate wants to work for a company that pays well and has a lot of benefits, hence the rush towards big multinational corporations especially in the oil and gas sector. Recently I carried out a mini survey on companies that Nigerian Graduates want to work for and the… [Read More]

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10 Non-Governmental Organizations to work for in Nigeria

NGOS (Non Governmental Organizations) are organizations that are neither part of a government nor conventional for-profit business. They are usually set up by ordinary citizens. NGOS may be funded by governments, foundations, businesses or private persons. Most individuals do not want to work for NGOS because they feel that the pay is not substantial. If… [Read More]

Why you should consider volunteer jobs in Nigeria

The Nigerian job market is a tough place to be in, almost every graduate can bear witness to this fact. Most times graduates come out of school and enter into the labour market with the sole purpose of finding a job. About 50% of the time, they are told they do not have the required… [Read More]


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Reports released in early 2016 reveal more than 1.3 million Nigerians suffered job losses during the second quarter of 2015 alone, bringing the country's total unemployment rate to greater than 6 million individuals. In an effort to combat these statistics, staffing and education advancement advocate Joblanda has launched increased efforts to work with those affected by Nigeria's diminishing employment availability.

Joblanda is focused on delivering employment, career, and educational advancement opportunities to Nigerians who are seeking them. Built on the premise of doing more than just collecting and listing vacancies, we also help ensure each vacancy is well-matched to the job seeker by organizing the listings by required academic qualifications, years of experience, and industries of expertise.

In order to drive individual and collective economic growth, we also disseminate information about scholarships and educational opportunities as well as events and initiatives that can help people advance to a better career. We want to assist people In gaining the tools and information they need to live a better life, and we know that finding a great career is vital to accomplishing that goal.

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