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1.  Sales promotion as a tool for increasing profitability in an organization (a case study of Nigeria bottling company PLC, Owerri)

2.  Influence of sales promotion on consumer brand loyalty (a study of uncle c.y bread manufacturing company, Obowo L.G.A of Imo State)

3.  Influence of advertising and personal selling on marketing of new products of commercial banks in Aba (a case study of UBA Nigeria PLC, Aba)

4.  Impact of advertising on the growth of small scale business in general (a study of standard insurance company, Aba)

5.  Marketing Segmentation and Targeting Strategies for a Firm Competitive Growth (A Case Study of Chris Fast Food Restaurant Owerri Imo State)

6.  Role of marketing department in a manufacturing business, a case study of selected bakery in Bida town

7.  Role of purchasing department in enhancing organizational productivity, a case study of Federal Medical Center, Bida

8.  Assessment on the role of relationship management in sales enhancement in service industry, a comparative study of Access bank Plc and Keystone bank Plc, Bida

9. Why consumers are not eager to take up life and non-life insurance

10.  Why do people buy governments bonds and shares

11.  Effect of management development programmes on top level employees’ productivity

12.  Impact of physical distribution channels in marketing agricultural products

13. Impact of marketing research on the product planning and development of household products

14.  Impact of sales promotion in the marketing of consumer product in Nigeria

15.  Effect of marketing intelligence on organizational performance, a study of Unilever Nigeria Plc, Agbara, Ogun state

16. Impact of advertising on sales performance

17.  Effect of merger and acquisition on organization effectiveness and profitability

18.  Consumer attitude towards made in Nigerian products (a study of Aba made leather works)

19.  Impact of advertising on the marketing of Forte petroleum product in Port-Harcourt: Study of Forte petroleum Port-Harcourt, River state

20.  The contribution of small scale industries in the economic development of Nigeria (a study of hardis and dromedas Emene Enugu state)

21.  The relevance of marketing planning in achieving the business growth of dealers of electronics in Imo state (a study of selected dealers of electronic in Owerri metropolis)

22.  The effect of marketing research in product planning process (a case study of Unilever PLC, Aba, Abia state)

23.  The impact of sales promotion on organizational performance (a case study of Nigeria bottling company PLC)

24.  Product differentiation as a competitive tool in the marketing of soft drink (a case study of Limca bottling company PLC, Okigwe)

25.  Satisfaction and retention, a key to business survival in Nigeria

26.  Examine the impact of marketing activities on the banking sector

27.  Impact of internal environment on marketing organization, a case study of Shoprite, Ilorin

28.  Impact of communication on service and brand evaluation, a comparative study of Uncle Sam Supermarket and Bida Home Needs

29.  Impact of cashless society on emotional value and significance of money, a case study of the Nigerian economy

30.  Effect of customer orientation on performance of restaurant

31. Consumer buying pattern in rural communities

32.  The role of sale promotion in attracting more subscribers by GSM service providers, a case study of MTN plc

33.  Role of marketing in a manufacturing company, a case study of Cement Company of Northern Nigeria, Sokoto State

34.  Impact of billboard advertising on the marketing of selected detergent product in Aba metropolis, Abia state

35.  Effect of relationship marketing strategies on the customer attraction of Shoprite, Enugu State

36.  Advertising, its role and importance in the marketing of consumer products

37.  Sales promotion as an effective marketing strategy for selling consumer product

38.  Significance of new product development in a competitive marketing environment

39.  Impact of drug distribution on consumer welfare in Nigeria, a study of health care center, Amasiri

40. Impact of marketing research on new product development, a case study of Nigeria Bottling Company, Ilorin

41. An application of marketing concepts in the hotel industry in Nigeria

42.  The significance of branding to effective marketing of the tobacco products in Nigeria

43.  Role and importance of marketing to manufacturing firms in a competitive market environment, a case study of De-united foods industry limited Indomie instant noodles

44.  Branding and marketing of pure water in Ilorin township

45.  Personal selling as an effective promotional tool in marketing of industrial goods

46. The benefit of privatization and commercialization on the Nigeria economy, marketing focus

47.  The determinant of choice of promotional mix in the marketing of financial services in Nigeria

48.  Importance of conducive office environment as a criterium for optimum performance of workers in organizations in Nigeria

49. Application of the marketing concept in our local market

50.  Significance of advertising to business organizations in Nigeria, a case study of Unilever Nigeria Plc, Oregun, Lagos State

51.  Optimum promotional mix as an effective tool for enhancing sales in the Nigerian soft drink industry

52.  Environmental complexity as the determinant of choice of promotional tools in marketing oriented organizations

53.  Outdoor advertising as a marketing strategy for product sale in the Nigerian telecommunication industry

54.  An investigation into the role of GSM operation in developing direct market in Nigeria

55.  Impact of personal selling in the marketing of insurance services in Nigeria

56.  The influence of packaging on consumer acceptance of cosmetic products, case study of Soulmate Industries, Aba

57.  Application of marketing variables in the growth of the transportation industry in Imo State

58.  Motivation of sales personnel as a means of achieving growth and survival in the soft drink industry

59. The application of marketing strategies for improving banking operations

60. Consumer satisfaction and retention, a key to business survival

61.  Effective marketing planning as a means of achieving increased sales volume

62.  Marketing planning as a strategy for efficient business performance

63.  Impact of market segmentation on sales turnover

64. Effect of product packaging on organizational productivity

65.  IMPACT OF INTEGRATED MARKETING COMMUNICATION (INC)

66.  EVALUATION OF MARKET SEGMENTATION ACTIVITIES IN AN ORANIZATION FOR SALES PROMOTIION CASE STUDY OF NIGERIA BOTTLING COMPANY PLC OWERRI

67.  IMPLEMENTING SALES PROMOTION AND ADVERTISING STRATEGIES IN AN ORGANIZATION (CASE STUDY OF GUINNESS NIG PLC)

68.  IMPACT OF MARKETING MIX AS A TOOL FOR ORGANIZATIONAL EFFICIENCY. A CASE STUDY OF PEPSI DEPOT, MAKURDI

69.  IMPACT OF MARKETING MANAGEMENT FUNCTION IN HOSPITALITY INDUSTRY

70.  FACTORS THAT INFLUENCE CONSUMER PURCHASE AND CONSUMPTION OF EGGS IN ENUGU STATE

71.  MARKETING OF CHURCH SERVICES IN A CONTEMPORARY SOCIETY

72.  ANALYSIS OF THE IMPACTS OF SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITIES OF BUSINESS, ESPECIALLY THE OIL COMPANIES AND HOST COMMUNITIES IN THE NIGER DELTA REGION OF NIGERIA (A CASE STUDY OF SHELL NIG PLC)

73.  SELF EMPOWERMENT THROUGH THE PROCESSING AND MARKETING OF LOCUST BEANS FOR EXPORT

74.  IMPACT OF GLOBAL MARKETING IN SERVICE INDUSTRY-COURIER

75.  THE EFFECTIVENESS OF PUBLIC RELATIONS PRACTICE IN THE OIL SECTOR (A CASE STUDY OF AFRICAN PETROLEUM PLC PORT-HARCOURT)

76.  THE ENVIRONMENTAL INFLUENCE OF SMALL SCALE BUSINESS IN MARKETING THEIR PRODUCTS IN NIGERIA

77.  THE PLACE OF MARKETING IN THE SERVICE INDUSTRIES.(A CASE STUDY MTN MAKURDI BENUE STATE)

78.  THE EFFECT OF CUSTOM AND EXCISE SERVICE ON IMPORTATION TO NIGERIA ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

79.  THE PRACTICE OF CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITIES IN THE BREWERY INDUSTRY (A CASE STUDY OF THE NIGERIAN BREWERIES AMA ENUGU)

80. ECONOMIC LIBERALISATION THROUGH COMMERCIALISATION OF PUBLIC ENTERPRISES.  A Case Study of Power Holding Company of Nigeria [PHCN]

81.  THE ROLE OF COMMERCIAL BANKS IN FINANCING SMALL SCALE INDUSTRIES IN NIGERIA (A CASE STUDY OF UNION BANK OF NIGERIA PLC)

82.  THE ROLE OF ADVERTISING IN RETAIL BUSINESS (A Case Study of Chisco Transport Company, Lagos Nigeria)

83.  THE EVALUATION OF THE EFFECTIVENESS OF ADVERTISING IN CHANGING CONSUMERS BEHAVIOURS

84.  THE IMPACT OF ADVERTISING IN A CORPORATE ORGANIZATION A CASE STUDY OF FIRST BANK OF NIGERIA PLC A PROJECT WORK PRESENTED

85.  THE IMPACT OF PROMOTIONAL ACTIVITY ON A PRODUCT A STUDY OF CADVO COMPANY LAGOS

86. THE PLACE OF MARKETING INFORMATION SYSTEM IN AN ORGANISATIONAL DECISION MAKING (A case study of Guinness Nigeria Plc, Lagos)

87.  THE IMPACT OF PROMOTIONAL ACTIVITY ON A PRODUCT A STUDY OF CASCO COMPANY LAGOS

88.  THE EFFECT OF CULTURE ON CONSUMERS BUYING BEHAVIOR A CASE STUDY OF IKEJA LAGOS SHOPPING MAIL

89.  Challenges of marketing research on the manufacturing of flour production

90.  A STUDY ON THE PROBLEMS AND PROSPECTS OF MARKETING INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTS IN ENUGU STATE

91. THE EFECT OF COST CONTROL IN NIGERIA BREWERIESA CASE STUDY OF NIGERAI BREWERIIES PLC. 9TH MILE, ENUGU METROPOLIS

92.  THE RELEVANCE OF ADVERTISING TO SALES EXPANSION A Case Study of Nigeria Bottling Company Plc

93. IMPACT OF PROMOTIONAL ACTIVITIES ON CUSTOMER PURCHASING BEHAVIOR AT TESCO LOTUS

94. EFFECTIVE OF MARKETING STRATEGIES FOR IMPROVED PERFORMANCE OF MANUFACTURING COMPANY IN ABA METROPOLIS (A CASE STUDY OF LEVER BROTHERS PLC, ABA)

95.  MARKETING RESEARCH AS A TOOL FOR INCREASED PROFITABILITY IN SERVICE INDUSTRY (A CASE STUDY OF NICON INSURANCE COMPANY PLC)

96.  IMPACT OF SALES PERSONS ON THE COPORATE GROWTH POTENTIALS OF A COMPANY

97.  AN EVALUATION OF THE EFFECTIVENESS OF ADVERTISING IN CHANGING CONSUMER BEHAVIOUR

98.  MARKETING OF COMMUNICATION SERVICES (A CASE STUDY OF NIGERIA TELEVISION AUTHORITY CHANNEL 8 ENUGU)

99. ADVERTIZING AS A PROMOTIONAL FACTOR MOTIVATING CONSUMER ON PRODUCT

100. REGULATION OF ADVERT AND SALES PROMOTION BY GOVERNMENT AGENCIES (A CASE STUDY OF ADVERTISING PRACTITIONER COUNCIL OF NIGERIA A. P. C. O. N)

101.  Product differentiation as a competitive tool in the marketing of soft drink ( a case study of limca bottling company plc okigwe)

102. EFFECT OF MARKETING RESEARCH IN PRODUCT PLANNING PROCESS (A CASE STUDY OF UNILEVER PLC, ABA ABIA STATE)

103.  IMPACT OF SALES PROMOTION ON ORGANIZATIONAL PERFORMANCE (A CASE STUDY OF NIGERIA BOTTLING COMPANY PLC)

104.  EFFECT OF MERGER AND ACQUISITION ON ORGANIZATION EFFECTIVENESS AND PROFITABILITY (A CASE STUDY OF SEVEN-UP BOTTLING COMPANY PLC)

105.  WHY DO PEOPLE BUY GOVERNMENTS BONDS AND SHARES (A CASE STUDY OF DEBT MANAGEMENT OFFICE)

106.  WHY CONSUMERS ARE NOT EAGER TO TAKE UP LIFE AND NON LIFE INSURANCE ( A CASE STUDY OF ALLCO INSURANCE PLC)

107.  CONSUMER BUYING PATTERN IN RURAL COMMUNITY

108.  Distribution and Logistics in Achieving Customers Satisfaction

109.  EFFECT OF COMPUTER IN MODERN ORGANIZATION

110.  INFLUENCE OF ADVERTISING IN CONSUMER DEMAND FOR GOODS AND SERVICES

111.  Purpose of studying the consumer Buying Pattern in Rural community

112. CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY AND ORGANISATIONAL PERFORMANCE IN THE BANKING INDUSTRY

113.  CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY AND ORGANISATIONAL PERFORMANCE IN THE BEVERAGE INDUSTRY (A CASE STUDY OF FAN MILK PLC, IBADAN)

114.  Prospects and problems of e-marketing in the hospitality industry (case study: Golden Tulip Hotel, Ibadan)

115. Product differentiation as a competitive tool in the marketing of soft drink ( a case study of limca bottling company plc okigwe)

116. REGULATION OF ADVERT AND SALES PROMOTION BY GOVERNMENT AGENCIES (A CASE STUDY OF ADVERTISING PRACTITIONER COUNCIL OF NIGERIA A. P. C. O. N)

117. Distribution and Logistics in Achieving Customers Satisfaction

118. CONSUMER BUYING PATTERN IN RURAL COMMUNITY

119. THE IMPACT OF SALES PROMOTION ON ORGANIZATIONAL PERFORMANCE (A CASE STUDY OF NIGERIA BOTTLING COMPANY PLC)

120.  Purpose of studying the consumer Buying Pattern in Rural community

121. THE EFFECT OF MARKETING RESEARCH IN PRODUCT PLANNING PROCESS (A CASE STUDY OF UNILEVER PLC, ABA ABIA STATE)

122.  CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY AND ORGANISATIONAL PERFORMANCE IN THE BANKING INDUSTRY

123. EFFECT OF MERGER AND ACQUISITION ON ORGANIZATION EFFECTIVENESS AND PROFITABILITY (A CASE STUDY OF SEVEN-UP BOTTLING COMPANY PLC)

124.  EFFECT OF MERGER AND ACQUISITION ON ORGANIZATION EFFECTIVENESS AND PROFITABILITY (A CASE STUDY OF SEVEN-UP BOTTLING COMPANY PLC)

125. CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY AND ORGANISATIONAL PERFORMANCE IN THE BEVERAGE INDUSTRY (A CASE STUDY OF FAN MILK PLC, IBADAN)

126.  Product differentiation as a competitive tool in the marketing of soft drink ( a case study of limca bottling company plc okigwe)

127.  REGULATION OF ADVERT AND SALES PROMOTION BY GOVERNMENT AGENCIES (A CASE STUDY OF ADVERTISING PRACTITIONER COUNCIL OF NIGERIA A. P. C. O. N)

128.  Distribution and Logistics in Achieving Customers Satisfaction

129. Effects of depressed economy on the profitability of manufacturing companies in Nigeria

130.  THE EVALUATION OF THE CHALLENGES FACED BY FEMALE SECRETARIES IN AN ORGANIZATION IN NIGERIA

131. A STUDY OF THE MARKETING STRATEGIES IN INNOSON PRODUCTS

132. CONSUMERS PERCEPTION OF SAFETY OF FOOD IN SOUTH SOUTH AND SOUTH EAST OF NIGERIA

133.  AN EVALUATE STUDY OF THE INFORMATION, EDUCATION AND COMMUNICATION (IEC) STRATEGIES EMPLOYED BY SELECTED NIGERIAN POLITICIANS: A STUDY IN POLITICAL MARKETING

134.  MARKETING OF BANKING SERVICES IN NIGERIA A STUDY OF FIRST BANK PLC

135.  Effect of advertising on the performance of an organization, case study being Mukwano industry in Kampala

136.  CONSUMER BUYING PATTERN IN RURAL COMMUNITY

137.  IMPACT OF PACKAGING ON CONSUMER PRODUCT

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1. Impact of 5E teaching cycle on attitude retention and performance in genetics among students with varied abilities in northwest zone, Nigeria

2.  The growth of Nigerian Economy and unemployment from 1980-2010

3. THE EFFECT OF SME (SMALL AND MEDIUM SIZED ENTERPRISES) ON POVERTY ALLEVIATION IN NIGERIA – A STUDY OF SMEDAN (SMALL AND MEDIUM ENTERPRISES DEVELOPMENT AGENCY OF NIGERIA)

4.  THE IMPACT OF NTA ENUGU IN THE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT OF COAL CAMP COMMUNITY OF ENUGU SOUTH LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA OF ENUGU

5.  EFFECTS OF SOCIAL WELFARE PROGRAMME ON ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT OF RURAL WOMEN IN NIGERIA (A CASE STUDY OF AWGU LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA)

6. BUDGETING AS AN AID TO MANAGEMENT DECISIONS A CASE STUDY OF CROSS-RIVER STATE NEWS PAPER CORPORATION

7. WORKING CAPITAL MANAGEMENT, A VERITABLE TOOL FOR MANAGEMENT IN A MANUFACTURING COMPANY IN DANGOTE CEMENT COMPANY AREA OF BENUE STATE

8.  THE OIL SECTOR VIS-A-VIS THE AGRICULTURAL SECTOR

9.  BUDGETING AS ON AID TO MANAGEMENT DECISION (A CASE STUDY OF CROSS RIVER STATE NEWSPAPER CORPORATION)

10.  THE ROLE OF SMALL AND MEDIUM SIZED ENTERPRISES FOR ECONOMIC GROWTH A CASE STUDY OF MATORI LGA IN LAGOS, NIGERIA

11.  THE ROLE OF COMMERCIAL BANKS IN ECONOMIC GROWTH IN NIGERIA

12. THE EFFECT OF EXTERNAL DEVELOPMENT ON THE NIGERIA ECONOMIC GROWTH (1989-2010)

13.  A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF EXPENDITURE CONTROL METHODS IN GOVERNMENT AND PRIVATELY OWNED HOSPITALS. (A STUDY OF UNIVERSITY OF NIGERIA TEACHING HOSPITAL, ENUGU AND TORONTO HOSPITAL ONITSHA)

14.  THE IMPACT OF FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT ON ECONOMIC GROWTH IN NIGERIA

15.  THE ROLE OF MICROFINANCE BANK CREDIT ON AGRICULTURAL DEVELOPMENT IN NIGERIA (1980-2010)

16.  INEQUALITY AND TAXATION IN NIGERIA (1980-2010)

17.  ANALYSIS OF THE IMPACT OF TARIFFS ON ECONOMIC GROWTH IN NIGERIA (1980-2010)

18. THE IMPACT OF NONOIL EXPORT ON ECONOMIC GROWTH IN NIGERIA 1986-2010

19.  OIL PIPELINE VANDALIZATION AND THE SOCIO-ECONOMIC EFFECTS IN NIGERIA NIGER DELTA REGION

20.  THE IMPACT OF STOCK MARKET PERFORMANCE ON THE GROWTH OF NIGERIAN ECONOMY

21.  THE PROBLEM OF GOVERNMENT BUDGETING IMPLEMENTATION IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES (A CASE STUDY OF NIGERIA) 1996-2013

22.  IMPACT OF PUBLIC AGRICULTURE EXPENDITURE ON AGRICULTURAL OUTPUT AND ECONOMIC GROWTH: (1978-2012)

23. THE RELATIVE IMPACT OF OIL AND NON-OIL EXPORTS ON ECONOMIC GROWTH IN NIGERIA: 1983-2012

24. AN ANALYSIS OF THE ECONOMIC IMPACT OF STOCK MARKET ON NIGERIAN ECONOMY (1986-2010)

25.  THE IMPACT OF LABOUR MARKET CRISIS ON DEVELOPING ECONOMICS THE NIGERIA EXPERIENCE [1980- 2010]

26. CORRUPTION AND ECONOMIC GROWTH IN NIGERIA

27. ANALYSIS OF THE IMPACT OF COURSE OF STUDY ON STUDENTS ATTITUDES TOWARDS ENTREPRENEURSHIP DEVELOPMENT IN NIGERIA

28. IMPACT OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT ON THE NIGERIA ECONOMY

29.  CAUSES, CHALLENGES AND SOLUTION TO CORRUPTION IN NIGERIA (QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS)

30.  NIGERIA JUDICIARY SYSTEM PROBLEMS AND WAY OUT

31.  AN EXAMINATION OF THE ROLE COOPERATIVE THRIFT AND CREDIT SOCIETIES TO THE DEVELOPMENT OF URBAN AREA

32.  APPRAISAL OF THE IMPACT OF GOVERNMENT REFORMS POLICIES ON FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS IN THE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT OF NIGERIA

33. THE ROLE OF ECONOMIC AND FINANCIAL CRIMES COMMISSION IN THE MANAGEMENT, CONTROL AND ERADICATION OF CRIME

34. IMPACTS OF HOUSING COOPERATIVE SOCIETIES ON ECONOMIC GROWTH (A CASE STUDY OF AJEROMI IFELODUN LOCAL GOVERNMENT LAGOS)

35.  CROSS BORDER CRIMES AND SOCIO-ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT OF ECOWAS MEMBER STATES: THE NIGERIA EXPERIENCE

36.  CORRUPTION IN NIGERIA AS A HINDRANCE TO ECONOMIC GROWTH

37. EFFECTS OF RECORD KEEPING ON THE EFFICIENCY OF COOPERATIVE MANAGEMENT

38. ENVIRONMENTAL EFFECTS OF PIPELINE VANDALISATION AND ITS ECONOMIC IMPLICATION

39.  IMPACT OF COMMERCIAL BANK IN NIGERIA ECONOMY A CASE STUDY OF UNITED BANK OF AFRICAN (UBA)

40.  TERRORISM AND ITS CHALLENGES TO NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT

41.  REVENUE GENERATION STRATEGY IN STATE GOVERNMENT

42.  IMPACT OF FINANCIAL INTER-MEDIATION BY DEPOSIT MONEY BANKS ON THE REAL SECTOR OF THE NIGERIAN ECONOMY

43.  INVESTIGATING THE EFFECT OF TAX AVOIDANCE AND EVASION ON THE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT OF NIGERIA

44.  EFFECTS OF WORKING CAPITAL MANAGEMENT ON COOPERATIVE EFFICIENCY

45.  THE IMPACT OF PETROLEUM SUBSIDY ON THE CONSUMPTION OF PETROLEUM PRODUCTS IN NIGERIA

46.  THE IMPACT OF MINIMUM WAGE FLUCTUATION ON GROWTH OF NIGERIAN ECONOMY

47.  THE IMPACT OF CAPITAL MARKET ON THE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT IN NIGERIA (1985-2011)

48.  THE DETERMINANT OF SAVINGS IN NIGERIA (1985-2011)

49.  THE DETERMINANT OF SAVINGS IN NIGERIA (1985-2011)

50.  THE EFFECT OF URBANIZATION AND UNEMPLOYMENT ON THE NIGERIAN ECONOMY

51.  AN EVALUATION OF MONETARY POLICIES IN NIGERIA

52.  VALUE ADDED TAX VAT AND PRICE STABILITY IN NIGERIA

53.  THE IMPACT OF PRIVATIZATION AND COMMERCIALIZATION OF PUBLIC ENTERPRISES ON ECONOMIC GROWTH OF NIGERIA

54.  EMPIRICAL ANALYSIS OF UNEMPLOYMENT AND INFLATION IN NIGERIA FROM 1986 – 2011

55. THE IMPACT OF SALARY INCREASE ON INFLATION IN NIGERIA

56.  EFFECT OF ELECTORAL VIOLENCE AND ITS IMPLICATION ON ECONOMIC ACTIVITIES

57.  THE IMPACT OF FINANCIAL SECTOR DEVELOPMENT ON ECONOMIC GROWTH IN NIGERIA (1987-2011)

58.  RECAPITALIZATION POLICY AND THE BANKS PERFORMANCE IN NIGERIA (1985 – 2010)

59.  DRUG ABUSE IN NIGERIA,CAUSES,EFFECTS AND SOLUTIONS

60.  The economic effect of oil and gas production in oil producing states a case study of nnpc delta state

61.  AN EVALUATION OF MONETARY POLICIES IN NIGERIA AND ITS IMPACT ON ECONOMIC GROWTH

62. AN EMPIRICAL ANALYSIS OF THE IMPACT OF DEPOSIT MONEY BANK ON THE MANUFACTURING SECTOR IN NIGERIA (1980-2011)

63.  THE ANALYSIS OF THE IMPACT OF UNEMPLOYMENT AND INFLATION ON BALANCE OF PAYMENT IN NIGERIA (1980-2010)

64.  THE IMPACT OF INFLATION ON THE MANUFACTURING SECTOR OF THE NIGERIAN ECONOMY (1981- 2011)

65.  THE CONTRIBUTION OF BANK OF INDUSTRY (BOI) TO INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT IN NIGERIA (1980-2010)

66.  THE IMPACT OF PRIVATIZATION AND COMMERCIALIZATION OF PUBLIC ENTERPRISES ON ECONOMIC GROWTH OF NIGERIA

67.  VALUE ADDED TAX VAT AND PRICE STABILITY IN NIGERIA

68. THE IMPACT OF SALARY INCREASE ON INFLATION IN NIGERIA

69.  THE IMPACT OF SALARY INCREASE ON INFLATION IN NIGERIA

70.  THE EFFECT OF UNEMPLOYMENT ON THE ECONOMIC GROWTH IN NIGERIA

71.  BANK- RECAPITALIZATION AND THE GROWTH PERFORMANCE OF NIGERIAN BANKS (1986-2012)

72.  THE IMPACT OF EXTERNAL DEBT ON NIGERIA ECONOMY (1985-2011)

73.  DETERMINANTS OF INVESTMENT IN NIGERIA (1985 – 2011)

74.  THE IMPACT OF AGRICULTURAL DEVELOPMENT ON NIGERIA ECONOMIC GROWTH (1980-2010)

75.  AN ASSESSMENT ON THE IMPACT OF INDUSTRIALIZATION ON ECONOMIC GROWTH IN NIGERIA

76.  THE IMPACT OF AGRICULTURAL DEVELOPMENT ON NIGERIA ECONOMIC GROWTH (1980-2010)

77.  AN ASSESSMENT OF THE IMPACT OF FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT ON NIGERIAN ECONOMIC GROWTH (1990-2011)

78.  AN INVESTIGATION OF THE CONTRIBUTIONS OF MICROFINANCE BANKING INSTITUTION TO CAPITAL FORMATION IN NIGERIA (1992-2010)

79.  THE IMPACT OF EXCHANGE RATE VARIATIONS ON AGGREGATE DEMAND IN NIGERA (1979 -2013)

80. THE IMPACT OF MONEY SUPPLY ON ECONOMIC GROWTH IN NIGERIA (1970-2012)

81.  IMPACT OF NON-OIL EXPORT ON NIGERIAN ECONOMY (1986-2010)

82.  THE IMPACT OF UNEMPLOYMENT ON ECONOMIC GROWTH IN NIGERIA (1982-2010)

83.  THE IMPACT OF FEMALE LABOUR FORCE ON THE ECONOMIC GROWTH OF NIGERIA (1980-2010)

84.  THE EFFECT OF EXCHANGE RATE ON THE NIGERIAN BALANCE OF PAYMENTS (1970-2010)

85. THE IMPACT OF PUBLIC SPENDING ON POVERTY REDUCTION IN NIGERIA [1980-2011]

86.  AN EVALUATION OF THE IMPACT OF NAPEP ON ENTREPRENEURSHIP DEVELOPMENT IN NIGERIA (A CASE STUDY OF IMO STATE)

87.  REAL EXCHANGE RATE AND NON OIL EXPORT IN NIGERIA (1980-2010)

88.  COMMERCIAL BANK CREDIT AND AGRICULTURAL OUTPUT IN NIGERIA: (1982-2012)

89.  AN ECONOMETRIC ANAYLSIS OF THE EFFECTS OF MONETARY POLICY ON NIGERIAN ECONOMY

90.  THE IMPACT OF PRIVATIZATION AND COMMERCIALIZATION ON THE NIGERIAN ECONOMY

91.  GLOBALIZATION AND ITS IMPACT ON ECONOMIC GROWTH OF THE NIGERIAN ECONOMY (1986 – 2013)

92.  THE ROLE OF COMMERCIAL BANKS IN ECONOMIC GROWTH IN NIGERIA

93.  IMPACT OF POPULATION GROWTH ON THE NIGERIA ECONOMY (1980 -2012)

94.  THE ROLE OF MICROFINANCE BANK CREDIT ON AGRICULTURAL DEVELOPMENT IN NIGERIA (1980-2010)

95. INEQUALITY AND TAXATION IN NIGERIA (1980-2010)

96.  ANALYSIS OF THE IMPACT OF TARIFFS ON ECONOMIC GROWTH IN NIGERIA (1980-2010)

97.  THE IMPACT OF OIL REVENUE ON THE ECONOMIC GROWTH IN NIGERIA (1980-2010)

98.  A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF EXPENDITURE CONTROL METHODS IN GOVERNMENT AND PRIVATELY OWNED HOSPITALS. (A STUDY OF UNIVERSITY OF NIGERIA TEACHING HOSPITAL, ENUGU AND TORONTO HOSPITAL ONITSHA)

99.  THE IMPACT OF FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT ON ECONOMIC GROWTH IN NIGERIA

100.  NATIONAL SAVINGS AND ECONOMIC GROWTH IN NIGERIA (1970-2012)

101.  THE EFFECT OF EXTERNAL DEVELOPMENT ON THE NIGERIA ECONOMIC GROWTH (1989-2010)

102.  THE IMPACT OF NONOIL EXPORT ON ECONOMIC GROWTH IN NIGERIA 1986-2010

103. BUDGET DEFICIT AND CURRENT ACCOUNT BALANCE IN NIGERIA (1986- 2010)

104.  POVERTY AND UNEMPLOYMENT IN NIGERIA: CAUSES, EFFECTS AND REMEDIES

105.  POPULATION GROWTH AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT IN NIGERIA (1981-2011)

106.  ANALYSIS OF CREDIT FACILITIES TO SMALL SCALE FARMERS. (A STUDY OF SMALL-SCALE FARMERS IN BENDE LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA OF ABIA SATE)

107. OVERVIEW AND EMPIRICAL ANALYSIS INTO NIGERIA INVESTMENT AND ITS DETERMINANTS (1977 – 2013)

108.  POVERTY AND THE NIGERIAN ECONOMY FROM 1985 – 2010

109.  COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY AND ECONOMIC GROWTH IN NIGERIA

110.  IMPACT OF BANK CREDITS ON THE PERFORMANCE OF THE MANUFACTURING SECTOR IN NIGERIA

111.  EFFECT OF ADVERTISING ON THE SALES REVENUE AND PROFITABILITY OF SELECTED FOOD AND BEVERAGES FIRMS IN NIGERIA

112. THE ENVIRONMENTAL INFLUENCE OF SMALL-SCALE BUSINESS IN MARKETING THEIR PRODUCTS IN NIGERIA

113.  MODERATING ROLE OF ORGANIZATIONAL CULTURE IN THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN BUDGET RELATED BEHAVIOUR AND ORGANIZATIONAL PERFORMANCE

114.  BUDGETING AS AN INSTRUMENT OF INTERNAL CONTROL IN A MANUFACTURING ORGANIZATION (A CASE STUDY OF NIGERIA BREWERIES ONITSHA)

115.  IMPACT OF FOREIGN EXCHANGE MANAGEMENT ON ECONOMIC GROWTH

116.  THE EFFECT OF BUDGETS ON FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE OF MANUFACTURING COMPANIES IN NIGERIA

117.  FUEL SUBSIDY REMOVAL AND THE NIGERIAN ECONOMY (A CASE STUDY OF ABAKILIKI LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA, EBONYI STATE)

118.  FINANCIAL IMPEDIMENT TO THE SUSTAINABLE GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT OF SMALL SCALE ENTERPRISES OPERATING IN PLATEAU STATE, NIGERIA

119. IMPACT OF SUSTAINABILITY REPORTING ON CORPORATE PERFORMANCE OF SELECTED QUOTED COMPANIES IN NIGERIA

120.  IMPACT OF INCENTIVE MEASURES ON THE FLOW OF FOREIGN PRIVATE INVESTMENTS

121.  IMPACT OF FINANCIAL INTERMEDIATION ON ECONOMICDEVELOPMENT OF SUB SAHARAN AFRICAN COUNTRIES

122.  IMPACT OF FINANCIAL INTERMEDIATION ON ECONOMICDEVELOPMENT OF SUB SAHARAN AFRICAN COUNTRIES

123.  Impact of Working Capital Management on Corporate Profitability of Nigerian Manufacturing Firms- 2000 to 2016

124.  EFFECTS OF DEMONSTRATION AND PROJECTION METHODS IN STUDENTS ACHIEVEMENT AND INTEREST IN SOME GRAPH RELATED CONCEPTS IN ECONOMICS

125.  Impact of Working Capital Management on Corporate Profitability of Nigerian Manufacturing Firms- 2000 to 2016

126.  EFFECTS OF DEMONSTRATION AND PROJECTION METHODS IN STUDENTS ACHIEVEMENT AND INTEREST IN SOME GRAPH RELATED CONCEPTS IN ECONOMICS

127.  THE IMPACT OF CAPITAL MARKET ON THE ECONOMIC GROWTH OF NIGERIA

128.  AN EVALUATION OF INTERNAL FINANCIAL CONTROLS IN PUBLIC HOSPITALS

129.  The impact of small and medium scale industries on the economic growth of Nigeria (1986-2010)

130.  Population growth and economic development in Nigeria (1981-2011)

131. The growth of Nigerian economy and unemployment (1980-2010)

132. The impact of population growth on the Nigerian economy (1980-2010)

133.  An assessment on the impact of industrialization on economic growth in Nigeria

134. Impact of government expenditure on Nigerian economic growth (1981-2010)

135. Inequality and taxation in Nigeria (1980-2010)

136. The effect of external debt on economic growth of Nigeria

137. The impact of external debt on Nigeria economy (1985-2011)

138.  The impact of industrial output on the economy of Nigeria (1980-2010)

139.  The impact of industrialization on Nigeria’s economic development

140.  The impact of minimum wage fluctuation on growth of Nigerian economy

141.  The impact of petroleum subsidy on the consumption of petroleum products in Nigeria

142.  Poverty and the Nigerian economy

mathematics and statistics project topics and materials pdf doc in nigeria for undergraduate final year students 54956

Mathematics and Statistics Project Topics and Materials PDF DOC in Nigeria for undergraduate final year students

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1. STATISTICAL ANALYSIS OF INFANT AND CHILD MORTALITY

2. STATISTICAL ANALYSIS OF THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN LIVE BIRTH AND STILL BIRTH

3. CHI SQUARE BIO DATA INFLUENCE OF DRIVERS ON ROAD ACCIDENTS

4. APPLICATION OF DISCRIMANT ANALYSIS TO PREDICT THE CLASS OF DIPLOMA FOR GRADUATING STUDENTS

5. STATISTICAL ANALYSIS OF INFANT AND CHILD MORTALITY

6. An empirical analysis of Nigeria crude oil demand, a random trend approach

7. An application of network analysis in optimizing a building construction project

8. A statistical analysis of the application of accounting principles in the operation of an insurance company

9. Monitoring diabetic patients using statistical process control

10. Statistical analysis of domestic violence against women

11. Statistical analysis of birth rate in Nigeria, a case study of general hospital Kaffinkoro, Niger state from 2008 – 2018

12. Statistical analysis of live and still birth of pregnant women, a case study of Getwell hospital Tasha II Gwagwa FCT Abuja from 2003-2013

13. The transportation problem, case study of Guinness Nigeria limited

14. Modeling the transmission and dynamics of measles

15. Effectiveness of linear programming techniques in decision making process

16. Time series analysis on marriage registration in Ilorin, Kwara state

17. Statistical analysis on the production and sale of flour between 2005-2010

18. Statistical analysis of motorcycle registration in Kwara state

19. Canonical analysis on students’ performance, a case study of electrical electronics department 2016 – 2017 academic session

20. Application of discriminate analysis to predict the class of diploma for graduating students (INCOMPLETE)

21. A statistical analysis of coal production in Nigeria, a case study of Nigeria coal corporation from 2000-2009

22. Statistical analysis on impact of parental hood on academic performance

23. Application of multiple queuing model in evaluating the efficiency of service in UBA bank

24. Statistical analysis of factors affecting crime in Imo state

25. STATISTICAL ANALYSIS OF THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN LIVE BIRTH AND STILL BIRTH

26. CHI SQUARE BIO DATA INFLUENCE OF DRIVERS ON ROAD ACCIDENTS

27. APPLICATION OF DISCRIMANT ANALYSIS TO PREDICT THE CLASS OF DIPLOMA FOR GRADUATING STUDENTS

28. STATISTICAL ANALYSIS OF INFANT AND CHILD MORTALITY

29. An empirical analysis of Nigeria crude oil demand, a random trend approach

30. An application of network analysis in optimizing a building construction project

31. A statistical analysis of the application of accounting principles in the operation of an insurance company

32. Monitoring diabetic patients using statistical process control

33. Statistical analysis of domestic violence against women

34. Statistical analysis of birth rate in Nigeria, a case study of general hospital Kaffinkoro, Niger state from 2008 – 2018

35. Statistical analysis of live and stillbirth of pregnant women, a case study of Getwell hospital Tasha II Gwagwa FCT Abuja from 2003-2013

36. The transportation problem, case study of Guinness Nigeria limited

37. Modeling the transmission and dynamics of measles

38. Effectiveness of linear programming techniques in decision making process

39. Time series analysis on marriage registration in Ilorin, Kwara state

40. Statistical analysis on the production and sale of flour between 2005-2010

41. Statistical analysis of motorcycle registration in Kwara state

42. Canonical analysis on students’ performance, a case study of electrical electronics department 2016 – 2017 academic session

43. Application of discriminate analysis to predict the class of diploma for graduating students (INCOMPLETE)

44. A statistical analysis of coal production in Nigeria, a case study of Nigeria coal corporation from 2000-2009

45. Statistical analysis on impact of parental hood on academic performance

46. Application of multiple queuing model in evaluating the efficiency of service in UBA bank

47. Statistical analysis of factors affecting crime in Imo state

48. Statistical study of the queuing pattern at the antinatal division of Federal Medical Center FMC Owerri Imo state

49. Some application of deferential equations to biological science, mechanical and electrical engineering

50. Econometrics analysis of gross national income on consumption expenditure of federal republic of Nigeria between (2011)

51. Statistical analysis of students’ height and weight (case study of federal polytechnic Nekede, Owerri, Imo State

52. Determination of nutritional status of children within the ages of four (4) to ten (10) years using their body mass index (BMI)

53. Statistical analysis of foster care and adoption rate in Abia state (a case study of motherless babies home Ahiaeke, Umuahia)

54. Statistical analysis of the problems associated with skill acquisition in Nigeria (a case study of male tailors in Imo state)

55. Statistical analysis of unemployment rate among age groups and geographical locations in Nigeria

56. Determinant of foreign direct investment in Nigeria and its effect on Nigerian economy: an empirical analysis

57. Application of linear programming technique to profit maximization in the production of soap (a case study of Promotex industrial and chemical company limited, Nnewi, Anambra state)

58. Statistical Quality Control of Premier Soap in Soap Manufacturing Industry ( A Case Study of PZ Cusson PLC Aba Abia State)

59. Statistical analysis on the yearly production and utilization of crude oil gas in Nigeria

60. Linear programming as a technique for managerial decision

61. Seasonal decomposition of the occurrence of road accident

62. Fitting linear regression model on sale and advertisement

63. Empirical analysis of factors affecting child mortality in Nigeria

64. An application of control chart in processing, monitoring and control

65. Statistical analysis of the effect of early child bearing among teenagers

66. Statistical analysis of the factors affecting the quality of egg production

67. Correlational analysis between breast cancer and married women in southern Nigeria

68. An application of multiple comparison methodology in statistical inference

69. A statistical analysis of the effect of weeds control on maize yield

70. Statistical analysis of insurance operations in Kwara state

71. Statistical analysis of infant mortality in Afikpo south local government area

72. Statistical analysis of pupils enrollment in the Universal Basic Education

73. Comparative analysis of amount of premium paid and claims settled on fire, life and motor policies

74. Statistical analysis on the effect of feeds on the body weight of poultry birds (broilers)

75. Statistical analysis on academic performance of students in federal polytechnic offa. (a case study of applied science and technology and school of engineering)

76. Statistical analysis of examination malpractice tendencies amongst students

77. Statistical analysis of socio-economic factors affecting women fertility in Nigeria

78. Modelling the impact of selected human factors on organizational performance and efficiency using the logistic regression approach

79. Statistical analysis on distance of students’ residence and academic performance

80. A statistical investigation of the effects of crude oil spillage on agricultural farmlands

81. Inventory management system, a tool for effective decision making model and implementation for business growth

82. An investigation into inflation rate of household commodities before and during the COVID-19 pandemic

83. Statistical analysis on the effect of COVID-19 pandemic on academic pursuit in Delta State Polytechnic, Otefe

84. An analysis of Covid-19 pandemic and impact on the economy in Nigeria

85. Statistical analysis of birth in Imo state from a period of six(6) years

86. Regression analysis of malaria in Nigeria

87. Statistical analysis of internally generated revenue in Abia state

88. Statistical analysis on distance of students’ residence and academic performance

89. A TIME SERIES ANALYSIS OF THE MONTHLY DISTRIBUTION OF RAINFALL IN ENUGU METROPOLIS

90. STATISTICAL ANALYSIS TOWARDS S.S.C.E

91. SIMULTANEOUS EQUATIONS PROOF AND THEOREMS

92. CORRELATION ANALYSIS OF CHILD SURVIVAL AT BIRTH A CASE STUDY OF OSUN STATE HOSPITAL, ASUBIARO

93. CORRELATION AND REGRESSION ANALYSIS ON SAVINGS AND LOANS

94. CONSUMERS ATTITUDE TOWARDS INCREASE IN PRICE A case study of Nigerian Bottling Company Plc

95. CORRELATION AND REGRESSION ANALYSIS ON ROAD ACCIDENT AND DEATH OCCURRENCES (A case study of Federal Road Safety Commission (FRSC) Benue State, Nigeria, 2006-2013)

96. CORRELATION AND REGRESSION ANALYSIS OF THE EXPENDITURE ON ADVERTISEMENT AND AMOUNT REALISED ON SALES

97. APPLICATION OF WILCOXON SIGN RANK TEST ON APC AND PDP RULE IN NASARAWA STATE

98. STATISTICAL ANALYSIS ON EDUCATION TRUST FUND ALLOCATION TO TERITIARY INSTITUTION IN SIX GEOPOLITICAL ZONES OF NIGERIA

99. Mathematical model to determine the level of contaminant in a work space

100. CHI-SQUARE ANALYSIS ON THE EFFECT OF INADEQUATE HEALTH CARE ON PREGNANT WOMEN IN NIGERIA. (A CASE STUDY OF IBARAPA EAST LOCAL GOVERNMENT, OYO STATE, NIGERIA)

101. CHI-SQUARE ANALYSIS ON THE EFFECT OF INADEQUATE HEALTH CARE OF PREGNANT WOMEN IN NIGERIA

102. DEVELOPMENT OF BIO DATA INFLUENCE OF DRIVERS ON ROAD ACCIDENTS

103. Chi square analysis on the effect of high level of illiteracy to the growth of the society in Nigeria

104. PROBLEMS OF TRANSPORTATION MODEL OF MANUFACTURED GOODS TO CUSTOMER CASE STUDY ( GUINESS NIGERIA LIMITED)

105. EFFECTS OF QUEUING IN HEALTH CARE CENTRES. A CASE STUDY OF THE OUTPATIENT DEPARTMENT OF THE FEDERAL MEDICAL CENTRE, BENUE STATE

106. EFFECTS OF OPTIMAL LOAN PORTFOLIO(CASE STUDY: SKY BANK LTD AND FIRST CITY MONUMENT BANK)

107. Chi square analysis on the effect of high level of illiteracy to the growth of the society in Nigeria

108. CHI-SQUARE ANALYSIS ON THE EFFECT OF CRIME RATE RECORDED IN NIGERIA, A STUDY OF OYO STATE

109. Stastitical analysis on the rate of live and still birth In Nigeria

110. CHI-SQUARE ANALYSIS ON THE EFFECT OF INADEQUATE HEALTH CARE ON PREGNANT WOMEN IN NIGERIA

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SCRIPTS Research Training Fellowships for international PhD students ( €1500 Monthly Stipend)

SCRIPTS launches its visiting program for international guest doctoral researchers, starting in the first trimester of 2022. The call is open from 15 September to 15 November 2021. PhD students who are enrolled in academic institutions in the Global South (Latin America, Asia, Africa and Oceania), especially from SCRIPTS partner universities, are strongly encouraged to apply.

The research training fellowship program is meant as a visiting fellowship and addressed to early career researchers. Interested applicants must already be enrolled in a PhD program from an academic institution in the Global South and their enrolment must be valid throughout the fellowship. Ideally, the fellowship at SCRIPTS should take place during the main part of the doctoral program, neither at the very beginning nor at the end of it. The aim of the training fellowship is to improve the theoretical and methodological capacities (methods courses and counselling) of the fellows. The program offers mentorship, a tailored course program and intellectual engagements with peers.

Funding

The duration of the fellowship is maximum 12 months, paid in monthly rates of €1500 (travel and relocation expenses included).

Application

To apply, you must submit the following documents:

  • CV
  • Motivation letter explaining the fit with SCRIPTS
  • 1-page explaining why SCRIPTS would be the optimal place to receive training, including a suggestion of how you would fit with the cluster’s agenda and who could mentor your project
  • 1-page statement about what kind of training you need and how you intend to get it within SCRIPTS
  • 3-page outline of your PhD thesis

SCRIPTS is seeking to increase the proportion of women in research and teaching, and specifically encourages qualified female scholars to apply. Severely disabled applicants with equivalent qualifications will be given preferential consideration. People with an immigration background are specifically encouraged to apply.

Deadline for Applications: All applicants are required to apply until November 15, 2021. Successful candidates will be informed in mid-December 2022. Please submit your application sending all the required documents to the email address: diversity@scripts-berlin.eu

More information about SCRIPTS and the fellowship in the attached PDF.

For further question please contact Dr. Isabel Winnwa, diversity@scripts-berlin.eu.

Application Deadline: November 15th 2021

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2021 International Student Scholarships at Wroclaw University of Science and Technology in Poland

Applications are invited for the 2021 international scholarship opportunity which will be awarded to high achieving students who are seeking to pursue a degree program at the Wroclaw University of Science and Technology, Poland.

The purpose of The grants is to increase the internationalization of the Doctoral School of Wroclaw University of Science and Technology and to increase the number of doctorates prepared jointly by supervisors from abroad, including under joint degree or double degree.

Application Deadline: 15 September 2021

Eligible Countries: International

Type: Doctoral

Value of Award: PLN 4 266 (gross) per month

Number of Awards: Six

Method of Application: Click Here to Begin Application Process

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Gen Z teens get a crash course in pitfalls of US jobs market | Business and Economy News

Every summer in the United States, teens across the country pound the pavement in search of gainful employment. But this year, teens belonging to Generation Z, the cohort born between 1997 and 2012, are finding a mother lode of job openings to choose from.

Among them is 16-year-old Hailey Hamilton of Flower Mound, Texas. She recently quit her job at a pizza restaurant, confident that she could quickly land a new one at her local mall.

“Everyone is looking to hire right now,” she told Al Jazeera. “Everyone is understaffed.”

Sixteen-year-old Wren Carter of Minneapolis easily landed a job at a fast-casual salad restaurant in April after texting the general manager, securing a phone interview, and getting hired on the spot.

“My mom threatened to send me off to camp if I didn’t get a job to get responsibility and experience instead of doing nothing all summer,” Carter told Al Jazeera. “I did want to earn extra money.”

Over in Tennessee, 19-year-old Addison Howard tested just how valuable his teenage labour has become when he decided to return to work at a fast-food restaurant that employed him three years ago.

“When I first started in 2018, I was getting $7.50 an hour, but they increased it to $12 this summer when I came back,” he told Al Jazeera, adding that he was unwilling to accept anything under $10 an hour.

In Maryland, Olivia Gyapong found work as a cashier at a Safeway grocery store. “I was just trying to find a random summer job; I didn’t know what I was going to do, but tons of places were hiring — I had a lot to choose from,” the 18-year-old told Al Jazeera.

Everyone is looking to hire right now.

Hailey Hamilton, 16-year-old

The US economy had a record 9.2 million job openings in May, the most recent month for which data is available.

Many of the jobs that are going begging are in customer-facing services industries: restaurants, bars and retail shops that are gearing up operations as consumers unleash pent-up demand.

Unable to be picky, many businesses are choosing to hire teens while unemployed adults — some 8.7 million of them in July, according to the US Department of Labor — remain on the sidelines.

Less than a third of the nation’s teens were employed during the summer of 2020. This year, though, they have roared back into the jobs market with a vengeance.

In May, 33.2 percent of US teens aged 16-19 had a job — the highest since 2008. The share of teens in employment slipped back to 31.9 percent in June, but climbed again to 32.7 percent in July, placing the share back above pre-pandemic levels.

While many entry-level jobs come with the usual trappings that teens look for — satisfying their parents’ requests or stowing away extra cash for purchases or college — Gen Z’ers are also learning unique lessons about the pitfalls of the US labour market thanks to the “post”-pandemic context of their employment.

It’s mostly high schoolers and I see them working 40- or 50-hour weeks.

Addison Howard, 19-year-old

Stepping into the jobs breach

The mismatch between the number of job openings and jobless adults in the US has become the subject of heated debate.

Some observers say myriad factors are keeping unemployed workers from finding new positions, such as early retirement, too many businesses chasing the same set of skills at once, an ongoing lack of childcare options, fears of contracting COVID-19, and a desire to avoid the growing number of vaccine mandates by employers.

Many Republicans are blaming the $300-a-week federal weekly top-up to state unemployment benefits for enabling adult workers to be pickier about the next job they’ll take. As a result, dozens of states — the majority of them led by Republican governors — have decided to withdraw from federal unemployment benefits programmes before they expire in early September.

Regardless of what is stopping grown-ups from taking advantage of a jobs market awash in opportunities, it is not dissuading teens from stepping into the breach.

Howard and Gyapong are pulling double duty this summer, balancing the service industry jobs they do for cash with other commitments they’ve taken on to advance their career and public-service goals. Gyapong is interning for a member of Congress in Washington, DC, and Howard is running the camera for a local baseball team and managing livestreams and music for a nearby church.

I think it’s sad sometimes that these teens are working 30-, 40-, 50-hour weeks.

Addison Howard, 19-year-old

While Howard chooses to burn the candle at both ends in separate jobs, he says many of his fellow teens at his service gig are overworked, thanks to chronic understaffing.

“It’s mostly high schoolers and I see them working 40- or 50-hour weeks, doing a part-time job with full-time hours,” he said. “Maybe their parents are making them pay for college or they’re buying a car, but I think it’s sad sometimes that these teens are working 30-, 40-, 50-hour weeks.”

Hamilton said that she and many of her fellow part-time employees at the pizza restaurant where she was employed until June consistently worked more than 40 hours a week, thanks in large part to a lack of staff.

“Everyone is understaffed because of COVID and all of the unemployment. A lot of people said ‘honestly, I don’t need this job’ and they left,” Hamilton said. “We get so much put on us — we’re running a whole store and we’re in charge of everything.”

A lack of training has also been problematic for some of these teens.

“It’s kind of like we all don’t know what to do sometimes. We’re all severely undertrained,” said Carter, the salad restaurant employee. “I kinda just got thrown in on my first day. I still don’t know how to prep half of [the ingredients], so I just stick to the things I know how to do.”

And customers are not always understanding of the challenges Gen Z summer workers are facing.

“Adults would come in and scream at us because stuff is wrong or taking too long,” said Hamilton. “It’s just a bunch of kids working here.”

“I wish people would just treat others with more kindness, especially those coming into work — you don’t know their story or what they’re going through,” said Howard.

The rude customers, long hours, and lack of training have made some of these young employees far more compassionate toward adults who are choosing not to re-enter the labour market for now.

Hamilton said she was far more frustrated with adult customers at the pizza restaurant who seemed to be oblivious to the current employment situation than workers who are opting to stay at home and collect unemployment.

Gyapong sees it as “a reflection of how poorly people are paid in this country, that they’re making more money by not working”.

Howard also hopes the shifting landscape of the US labour market convinces policymakers to raise the federal minimum wage, noting “There are families working over 40 hours just to get scraps of money.”



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2021 2022 aims nei fellowship program for women in climate change science usd 35000 worth 44733

2021/2022 AIMS NEI Fellowship Program for Women in Climate Change Science (USD 35,000 worth)

Apply for the 2021/2022 AIMS NEI Fellowship Program for Women in Climate Change Science (USD 35,000 worth).

The AIMS NEI Fellowship Program for Women in Climate Change Science seeks to foster increased female participation in and contribute to a more sustainable societal response to climate change.

The African Institute for Mathematical Sciences Next Einstein Initiative (AIMS-NEI) is pleased to invite interested female scientists to apply for the third round of the AIMS-NEI Fellowships for Women in Climate Change Science (WiCCS). Climate change – including global warming – poses significant threats to humanity. Documented impacts of global warming include an increased frequency and severity of heatwaves across the globe and frequent droughts, both of which exacerbate food insecurity and health problems in many parts of the world, particularly in Africa.

The AIMS-NEI Fellowship Program for Women in Climate Change Science (WiCCS) seeks to increase women’s participation in, and contribution to, to a more sustainable societal response to climate change

Requirements

To be eligible, applicants must be:

  • female;
  • in possession before the fellowship start date of a doctorate in a quantitative discipline, including but not limited to applied mathematics, climatology, physics, computational chemistry, statistical ecology, computer science, theoretical biology, and engineering;
  • currently employed, on either a permanent or a temporary basis, in a non-profit work environment, including government;
  • actively engaged in research, policy, and/or practice relevant to climate change modelling, mitigation, adaptation, and/or resilience among others; and
  • the lead and/or senior author of at least one refereed publication on a topic relevant to climate change modelling, the causative factors of climate change, climate change mitigation, adaptation, and/or resilience etc.

To apply, please complete this online application form and submit by the 31 July 2021, 23:59 CAT with the following documents attached:

  • a completed personal details form, including a detailed budget for all non-project-related activities;
  • a completed project proposal form, including a detailed budget for all project-related activities;
  • a curriculum vitae; and
  • an electronic copy of a representative publication in climate change modelling, its causes, climate change mitigation, adaptation and/or resilience in which the applicant is the lead and/or senior author.

Selection Criteria

All complete applications received by the application deadline will be screened for relevance by a Fellowship Oversight Committee. The Oversight Committee will send each application to at least two reviewers for reviewing and scoring based on a defined soring sheet. The reviewers’ scores and associated comments will be forwarded to an International Selection Committee. This Selection Committee will select and interview a subset of the applicants, and then choose and recommend to AIMS-NEI about four applicants deemed most qualified to receive a WiCCS fellowship. All reviews done by the Selection Committee members and other reviewers will be based on the following criteria:

  • Quality of applicant: academic qualifications; quality of publications; experience in climate change-related work; real-world impact and recognition of prior work (e.g. through awards).
  • Quality of proposed project: relevance to climate change modelling, practice and policy; strength of connection to the mathematical sciences; experience of applicant in project topic; quality of project design; feasibility; suitability of proposed host institution environment and of named collaborator; quality and realism of budget projections.
  • Potential impact of proposed project on scientific knowledge, practice and policy.

For more information about the selection process and the committees mentioned above, please consult the following documents:

Application Deadline:  31 July 2021 23:59 CAT.

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2021 pfizer one young world scholarship to attend one young world summit digital access 37326

2021 Pfizer–One Young World Scholarship to attend One Young World Summit (Digital Access)

The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted all aspects of people’s lives in a way never seen before. In the face of the pandemic, young people have demonstrated their motivation and capacity to meet local and global health challenges. Whether by caring for patients on the frontlines, providing health awareness & education to their communities or supporting vulnerable populations, young leaders have been essential to the world’s response to this unprecedented crisis.

The Pfizer – One Young World Scholarship has been established to recognise the outstanding actions of young people to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic and its impact on society.

50 scholars will receive digital access to the One Young World Summit 2021 from 22 – 25 July. In addition, scholars will join the One Young World Ambassador community, a network of 12,000+ changemakers in more than 190 countries.

This scholarship is intended for young leaders who have demonstrated impact in responding to the COVID-19 pandemic and advancing health education and access.

Requirements

This scholarship is intended for young leaders aged 18 – 30* who have demonstrated impact in responding to the COVID-19 pandemic and/or advancing health education and access. Relevant impact includes:

  • Providing healthcare to COVID-19 patients.
  • Raising awareness of COVID-19 risks and contributing to community safety.
  • Advocating for public policies which protect vulnerable populations and advance health equity.
  • Digital solutions to enhance access education and access to healthcare.
  • Initiatives that combat the secondary impacts of the pandemic e.g. responding to increases in unemployment.

The scholarship welcomes applications from candidates from a variety of professional backgrounds including; healthcare practitioners, social entreprenuers, entrepreneurs, charity leaders, academics and community activists.

In addition to these criteria, successful candidates will demonstrate a willingness to engage with Pfizer professionals.

Nationals of all countries are eligible to apply for this scholarship.

  • Digital access to the One Young World Summit 2021 from 22 to 25 July 2021.
  • Membership of the One Young World Ambassador community.
  • Participation in unique sessions including meetings with Pfizer executives.

Application Deadline:  15 June 2021.

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Fraudsters scammed Nigerian banks of over N5billion in 2020 -NDIC

At the programme with theme: “Effective Investigation and Prosecution of Banking Malpractices that led to the Failure of Banks in Nigeria”, she stated that the value of the fraud cases rose to N204.65 billion in 2019, compared to N38.93 billion in 2018 and N12.01 billion in 2017.

According to Abiola-Edewor, who was represented by Joshua James Etopidiok, and referenced a report by the Nigeria Inter-Bank Settlement System Plc (NIBSS), the fraud incidences could be attributed to the increase in the sophistication of fraud related techniques, such as hacking, cybercrime as well as increase in information technology related products and usage, fraudulent withdrawals and unauthorized credit.

“The channels and instruments through which the reported frauds and forgeries were perpetrated indicated that ATM/Card- related fraud had the highest frequency, accounting for 49.78 percent of fraud cases followed by web based internet banking frauds with 21.02 percent. However, the value of losses was higher in web-based internet banking frauds against ATM card-related fraud”, she said.

Also speaking at the event, Mr B. A. Taribo, Director, Legal Department, NDIC, said the objective of the workshop is to develop capacity amongst law enforcement agencies in the investigation and prosecution of banking malpractices, with special emphasis on failed banks.

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