Hunting for a job in Nigeria is a job itself. This is because of the huge number of unemployed Nigerians applying for limited vacancies. The Nigerian Bureau of Statistics (NBS) says 1.5 million Nigerians became unemployed in the first quarter of 2016.
Hence, unemployment is a big problem in the country as every year universities churn out thousands of graduates who are entering a labour market where it takes a lot of efforts to get a job.
For every job vacancy, there are thousands of applications. For example, 700,000 Nigerians applied for 500 Federal Inland Revenue Service (FIRS) jobs while 843,008 applications were received for 10,000 policemen into the nation’s Police Force. These figures show the level of unemployment in the country.
This is even made worse by the many job scams. In this case, unsuspecting Nigerians are asked to pay certain sums of money to get a job without actually getting the job.
JobHunters.com is here to take the burden of searching for a job off your shoulders.
Founded by Daniel Aribiton in January 2017, will link you with professionals who will search and apply for these jobs on your behalf, re-write your Cv and go from company to company submitting your CVS while you focus on other important things.
Arbiton said: “Job Hunting is exhausting, painful and expensive. From the browsing to the scanning, photocopying and applying most job seekers end up spending hours browsing through various job sites, applying to every job they see with little or no success. Job Sites are great, yes they are but one thing Job seekers do not realise is that most companies do not advertise on these job websites.
“They hire internally or through local newspapers. So even if they were checking daily on job listing websites they are only accessing a small percent of the jobs out there. Our mission is to bring the jobs to these job seekers. Using a few metrics provided by them we help them search and apply for the jobs they prefer for a small fee”, He concluded.