- Mart Samuel Demichelis is a graduate of a technical university but life is not going as well as he planned after getting his tertiary education
- The young creative now works as a painter and although he is grateful for any employment, he wishes he was using his qualifications
- Samuel tells Briefly.co.za that he has been searching for a job despite having developed his physical skills
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A 27-year-old graduate named Mart Samuel Demichelis has shared his life experience after he bagged a degree from the Koforidua Technical University.
Samuel reveals that he has been struggling to secure a job after he completed his tertiary education. He tells Briefly.co.za that his search for employment has faced major roadblocks with very little or no results.
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At the moment, Samuel works as a painter without any qualifications in the profession. He has been surviving with the money he makes from painting.
''Painting is what I do for now as am still in search for a job. I am 27 years old and a graduate of Koforidua Technical University."
In some snaps he shared, Samuel can be seen in his graduation regalia and cap as he posed with glee to capture scenes from his graduation.
A visibly-excited Samuel also posed along with his colleagues in another snap during their graduation ceremony as they anticipated a better life after university.
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However, this has not been the case for Samuel. He admits life has been tough as he continues to search for a job. Although he works as a painter, the young graduate still has his eyes on working for someone else.
Briefly.co.za recently reported that Ghanaian broadcast journalist with Citi radio and TV, Umaru Sanda, has shared inspiring throwback visuals highlighting his humble beginnings in a post on social media. Coming from an economically disadvantaged family, Sander had a difficult childhood. He struggled for most part of his education.
However, in spite of his early childhood financial limitations, he has managed to become one of Ghana’s thriving and reputable journalists.
In a post on social media, the host of Face 2 Face, a flagship programme on Citi TV, gave his followers a glimpse of his early start in life. Sander reveals along with a goosebump-raising snap that he used to be a cowboy.
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