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Encore

Village Elder
#4
Elders hapa walisema time and again side hustle ni muhimu

i used to procrastinate then i got almost fired but luckily was instead transferred to another branch
that was my eye opener 2 years ago
i started rearing chicken for eggs and also started an insta page where i do promos
whatever am getting out of both hustles isnt even half my salary
like someone said here ...that job you have is like pu**y it isnt yours its just your turn
make the most when you have it coz you never know about tommorrow
 

Touchlyrics

Village Elder
#9
Elders hapa walisema time and again side hustle ni muhimu

i used to procrastinate then i got almost fired but luckily was instead transferred to another branch
that was my eye opener 2 years ago
i started rearing chicken for eggs and also started an insta page where i do promos
whatever am getting out of both hustles isnt even half my salary
like someone said here ...that job you have is like pu**y it isnt yours its just your turn
make the most when you have it coz you never know about tommorrow
It was me. Nitume paybill uangushe KC?

Shida ni manze everyone is doing almost the same hustle due to limited resources. Kwanza hii biz ya Samosa/Malenge Chapatis nikama kila nyumba sahii inauza. That should automatically tell you that the oldest proffession is now saturated with new entrants. Boychild mjibambe kabisa.
 

jelly

Village Elder
#11
The biggest problem I see for most salaried workers is a serious debt crisis. The decision to take mortgages and loans for non essential things is soon coming back to bite people as more and more jobs disappear. People will never be the same regardless of how we look when we get to a new sense of normal.
 
#13
Elders hapa walisema time and again side hustle ni muhimu

i used to procrastinate then i got almost fired but luckily was instead transferred to another branch
that was my eye opener 2 years ago
i started rearing chicken for eggs and also started an insta page where i do promos
whatever am getting out of both hustles isnt even half my salary
like someone said here ...that job you have is like pu**y it isnt yours its just your turn
make the most when you have it coz you never know about tommorrow
Encore!
 

sitaki

Village Elder
#14
the way I se it, the problem is with how our economy seems to grow, it is in a manner that only benefits a few and so it does not matter if you acquire new skills, there are no opportunities, or rather the opportunities are limited.

That said the issue of asking young people to not depend on employment is not fair, how do you expect an apprentice to be the master without the prerequisite experience, a more drastic, extreme solution would be for the retirement age (from formal employment) to be pegged at 35, ukifika 35 years you go and start something using the experience you have gained.
 

thesavage

Village Elder
#15
the way I se it, the problem is with how our economy seems to grow, it is in a manner that only benefits a few and so it does not matter if you acquire new skills, there are no opportunities, or rather the opportunities are limited.

That said the issue of asking young people to not depend on employment is not fair, how do you expect an apprentice to be the master without the prerequisite experience, a more drastic, extreme solution would be for the retirement age (from formal employment) to be pegged at 35, ukifika 35 years you go and start something using the experience you have gained.
Good thinking
 

thesavage

Village Elder
#17
There is a problem I have been having with younger guys all over. When I was a kid in primo, highschool and college, i had no problem doing menial tasks for very little pay...I understood that any guy can dig a trench just as well as the next. Lakini sasa enda ushow jamaa wa uni kibarua ya kuchimba mtaru! Ataona hiyo ni matusi. Na hana kazi.
 
#20
the way I se it, the problem is with how our economy seems to grow, it is in a manner that only benefits a few and so it does not matter if you acquire new skills, there are no opportunities, or rather the opportunities are limited.

That said the issue of asking young people to not depend on employment is not fair, how do you expect an apprentice to be the master without the prerequisite experience, a more drastic, extreme solution would be for the retirement age (from formal employment) to be pegged at 35, ukifika 35 years you go and start something using the experience you have gained.
Ukweli kabisa. I know someone who started that way. He was an employee for several years before venturing into business. He uses skills gained as an employee to hustle in his business.
 

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