Gone are the days when a university degree used to be highly respected and could earn you a well paying job immediately upon graduation. This days tables have turned as graduates have found themselves totally lost in the world of unemployment even after graduating with first class honors.
This is mainly brought about by presence of courses with little job market in the country due to various reasons. Among those courses as listed by Mr. Mohammed Abduba Dida are Actuarial Science and Biochemistry.
According to Dida, those courses attracts the most brilliant students, who meets their high cut-off points. The courses are also among the hardest as students taking them are seen spending almost all of their time in books.
On top of that, there are other courses with limited job market in the country. They includes; Microbiology, Biotechnology, Biomedical Engineering, Botany and Zoology.
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