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With a master’s degree, you’ll make valuable connections and networks. A Master’s Degree will speed up your career growth. It will also help you gain personal development, switch your career path, earn more money, and, you know, become a master. Disclaimer: This is not career advice. It sounds very funny to say that, but I just have to. This may not work for everybody; we all have different things driving us in life. So, to the topic, should I apply for a master’s degree or get a job? For most of us, immediately after graduating college/university, the next question that pops up is, “Do I Start Up My Masters Immediately?” While the answer can be yes, it can also be no. For me, I’d vote NO to doing it immediately. However, you can always do it later on. Read Also: WOULD YOU RATHER BECOME AN ENTREPRENEUR OR TAKE A WHITE-COLLAR…

Okay, I don’t actually know where to start from but approaching the last phase of the past 4 years is beginning to hit hard. Transition is really crazy. Not just transition but adaptation. Adapting for the beginning part was challenging but doesn’t seem as challenging as this one. Getting used to the whole 100 level drama was quite easy because I mean there was always a second plan in my head, run back home but I didn’t. I evolved in my own slow way. I wish I took time to relax and not overthink things, everything actually turned out fine. You know that this next phase, I can’t up and leave; I can’t say I’m running back home. You’d think of NYSC, getting a job, getting married, having children, being fulfilled and satisfied. This is where all those messages you have been hearing, either in church or mentorship programs begin…

Everybody everywhere has been shouting, ‘hustle o, hustle o’. Hustle this, hustle that. What if I actually don’t want to hustle? Or what if I have been hustling for so long and hustle has not paid? Then, the frustration of that is setting in? So, which do we do, hustle or hard work? We really just like to put a lot of unnecessary pressure on ourselves. A lot of the things said about the hustle is true though. I mean, nobody wants to be described by a particular blue shirt or by a particular blue shoe. But, what if I just like blue? The pressure got to me at a particular point and I had to make a list of things I don’t have and be getting them on a scale of preference/priority. I changed my mind again because local man cannot die. You don’t like what you see, you can always look away.…

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