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Stutern, BudgIT to conduct second Nigeria graduate survey

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Stutern.com, the leading online platform for internships and entry-level jobs placement in Nigeria is conducting the 2018 Nigeria Graduate Survey.

Launched in 2017, the Nigeria Graduate Survey provides actionable insights on the employment status of Nigerian graduates, their destination after graduation and key pain points young graduates experience as they start out their careers across various industries.

In a statement signed by Taiwo Ayanleye, co-founder of Stutern, he said, “We are asking HR departments of public and private companies to tell us what types of graduates end up in their companies and what soft skills, certifications are most desired in their respective industries. We are reaching out to graduates who have recently completed their studies in a Nigerian university or polytechnic within the last 5 years to take part in the survey. We are also interested in any further study graduates were doing as at January, 2018.”

Outputs from the survey will be useful for policy makers, universities/polytechnic management and parents in making key investments decisions concerning the type of tertiary education young Nigerians receive.

The 2018 edition will be conducted in partnership with BudgIT for Business – a leading voice in data analysis and communication in Nigeria.

According to Esohe Osinoiki, team lead, BudgIT for Business, “We are excited at this partnership with Stutern. There are many critical data gaps in Nigeria’s education sector today and we believe the output from this survey will go a long way in filling some of these data gaps.”

Graduates can complete the survey online by visiting grad.stutern.com/survey. It should only take a 5 minutes to complete the survey. Kindly share this information with your network.

You can access a copy of previous year’s survey result here.


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