A young and vibrant Nigerian lady identified as Paschaline UWANUAKWA as taken to her LinkedIn profile to share story of how she work as a CRANE operator in Nigeria before relocating to FRANCE to further her master’s studies.
Working as a crane operator was to help her save up some money for masters education.
Read through what she wrote on her LinkedIn profile below;
“I’ve been a crane operator for some years in Nigeria before I travelled to France. I was in search of Job for a long time which got me in a lot of emotional states before finally deciding on what to get into.
I had a lot of horrible experiences and the fact that I couldn’t get a job earlier almost got me into depression. When I finally got a job, the job security wasn’t secured. I was working and wasn’t getting results as I should. I was spending 80% of my salary on shelter and other miscellaneous.
That didn’t give enough to save well and get so much results from my job. The only thing that kept me going then was the fact that I was all determined to still save from the petty money I get from my job to travel out or the country to get my masters degree.
Few years later after series of consistent Labour, I finally saved up to the amount and got assistance from people around me. I’m grateful for the gift of people. Never neglect the possibilities of relationship you build with people. Something worthwhile can definitely come out of this if we’ll Nutured.
I’m glad the dream to have my Masters in a foreign country finally came to pass. Keep chasing that dream”
Indeed her dream is valid…
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