Working abroad has become a common practice among many qualified professionals in Nigeria, but things can often become problematic when travelling to a distant country. Especially once you realise that every country has different requirements when it comes to who they let through their borders.
Each country is different, and if you don’t have a passport for where you’re travelling to, you’ll often have to make use of a Visa. The only problem is figuring out the visa and passport requirements for each country, due to the fact that it’s quite troublesome and time-consuming. That is why JOBVINE has put together a map that makes this process as simple as possible in order to find various travel information, foreign embassies, and anything else you would like to know before you cross foreign borders.
Common reasons why Nigerian citizens are leaving the country: You may have just graduated and are now officially unemployed – or you may be looking to change jobs. It could also simply be the impact of the socio-economic issues of the country…
Well, according to the tradingeconomics, Youth Unemployment Rate in Nigeria averaged 17.51 percent from 2014 until 2016. It went from a record low of 11.70 percent in the fourth quarter of 2014, reaching an all time high of 24.00 percent in the second quarter of 2016. Furthermore, 54% of unemployed Nigerian citizens are younger than 35 years old.
There is no need to allow these undesired stats to demotivate you, since Nigerian citizens will now have easier access to the job market through JOBVINE Nigeria.
For those looking to work abroad, all your possible travel requirements have been broken down and put on a map, so that it’s simple and easy to find. That way, you can continue searching for your next overseas job while still planning your next trip abroad.