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Presidency urges N-Power recruits to be productive to position for permanent employment – BusinessDay : News you can trust

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Afolabi Imoukhuede, Senior Special Assistant to the President on Job Creation (N-Power Scheme), has advised N-Power volunteers to be more productive to build the confidence of state governments to gain permanent employments. Imoukhuede gave the advice at the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) forum in Abuja. The scheme is meant to recruit graduates as teaching …

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Being Married in America Today Seems to Mean Fearing It Ending

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Eat Pray Love was published in 2007, and ten years later its basic methodological premise—a woman travels the world looking for wisdom in unlikely places—remains powerfully commercially viable. But in the decade since Elizabeth Gilbert picked herself up off her bathroom floor and left her husband, writers (and, presumably, readers) seem to have gotten more anxious. Gilbert went on a quest for joy. Many of today’s writers in the self-help oeuvre are on a quest to avoid failure. What animates this dread of failure? As the American economy keeps on staggering toward the mirage of perpetual growth, and middle class life becomes ever-more precarious, failure in one’s love life or career can appear to foreshadow or invite failures that are harder to recover from.

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