Career guidance: saidieni huyu ndugu yangu.

#21
Let the boy pursue the career anataka. Mzazi asiingilie, maybe advice but not force. I pursued Electrical engineering. We were 85 in our class. 5 years after graduating, I would say maybe 15-20 in that class wako na kazi or businesses making them a net of 50k and above. The rest maisha imewakalia mbaya including the top guy in the class(the only student with first class honors). Jamaa wengi wako pale kwa muhindi wanafanya kazi Monday to Saturday only to pocket 30k or less per month, yes, engineering graduates.

Life is hard man, graduates ni wengi siku hizi, no guarantees of opportunities after the five years of serious hard work. So I will repeat, let the boy pursue his career of choice
Aissse, umeeka mi baridi shadidi, na venye nang'ang'na uku jkuat.

Only 17% got sustainable jobs.

Alafu your top student ati anastruggle walai?
 

Tonito

Village Elder
#23
Aissse, umeeka mi baridi shadidi, na venye nang'ang'na uku jkuat.

Only 17% got sustainable jobs.

Alafu your top student ati anastruggle walai?
Wewe ngangana tu man. Waswahili husema Kila mtu na bahati yake.
Lakini ukweli usemwe, hii kenya unahitaji godfather ndio upate those sustainable jobs. It is a sad state of affairs, but it is what it is.
Good luck in your endeavors
 

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