Young, qualified and barely scraping by – inside Nigeria’s economic crisis - short news
With unemployment among the world’s worst and those under 35 hit hardest, young Nigerians see their prospects rapidly diminish
Favour Obi graduated in 2016 with a first class degree in biomedical sciences and what felt like reasonable hopes for a career in medical research.
Before a recent shift waiting tables at a fast food restaurant in Lagos, the 27-year-old explained how gradually she let those hopes drift away. “I knew it would be hard to find a job but at the same time..
source: The Guardian - 14.06.2021