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10 Naija Women Share How They Really Feel About Their Jobs

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If you feel dissatisfied or lacking purpose in your work, then you are not alone. We asked 10 Naija women how they really feel about their jobs, here is what they said!

 

Funmilola – Business Development Executive

I love my job because I get to meet a lot of people. I must admit some people are nice; some annoying but all the same it doesn’t change how I feel about my job.

 

Anu –  Content Uploader

I don’t exactly love my job for itself. But I love the fact that it pays the bills. I also totally love my colleagues. They are so much fun to work with.

 

Ejiro

I hate my company, not my job. The office politics, the backbiting, the annoying boss. Geez!

 

Anonymous – Customer Care Agent

I hate having to sit computer in front of a computer for hours talking to some silly customers who find it difficult to understand simple explanation. Those people complain about anything and everything.

 

Anonymous – Content Strategist

I love my job but I hate having a boss who flies off the handle at the slightest opportunity. No sense of decorum. He would shout at you like you are a kid. Mtchew!

 

Anonymous – Marketer

I work at in an IT company as a marketer. I feel sad going to work sometimes. Especially on Mondays when they threaten you because you did not meet the target.

 

Bisi – Teacher

My school do not pay me till the end of the next month. How am I supposed to feel about the job?

 

Rita – Teacher

I love my job as a teacher. But some of these kids ehn? They are an impetus bunch. One once told me that I should just touch her and see what would happen. Choi! I immediately took her to the principal’s office.

 

Rahmat – Engineer

I love my job and my boss makes it super easy for me. He doesn’t complain, he has never shouted at me, he even gives me bonuses. He surprised me recently by giving me a surprise birthday gift. Honestly, he is a friend, not a boss.

 

Damilola –  Self-Employed Event Manager

I love what I do to the moon and back. It is stressful sometimes but I can deal with it. There are aspects I really don’t like for example replacing all my old items every six month when I see new designs I like etcs. But I love my job so much.

 

 

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