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How to Fit into International or Global Workplace

Migrants and probable ones should self-evaluate, while prospective employers home and abroad in the long-term look beyond interviews to understand people’s workplace qualities. They could rely on the concept of learnability. Adapted from digital software testing, learnability is any software’s workplace employability or usability. Compared, learnability should enrich skills acquisition;…

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Homegrown versus Migrated Productivities

October 14, 2016: In the words of Angela Merkel, the German Chancellor, Nigerians are likely to migrate “for economic reasons”. She informed visiting President Buhari that Nigerian migrants among others were fast losing immigration approval at 8percent rate. EU member states therefore devised ways of deporting Nigerians, who topped 157,000…

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Values and Self-worth in Irregular migration

Circumstances almost always force immigrants, more so irregular ones to live fruitless and frustrated lives in host communities.Consistently the undocumented immigrant scarcely gets initiated in host communities with strict immigration regulations and unwillingness to accept multiculturalism. This really affects the irregular migrant’s self-worth; impacted by gender, personality or fights against…

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