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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

UBC Sauder School of Business Dean’s Entrance international awards in Canada

Don’t miss out on this chance to receive an experiential education at an affordable cost in Canada! Apply now for the Dean’s Entrance international awards at the UBC Sauder School of Business.

The award is available for talented students who have an exceptional track record of academic excellence, community involvement, and business leadership skills.

At UBC Robson Square, the Sauder School of Business offers a secondary teaching facility. It provides specialised career paths as well as practical experience. Organizations frequently place it among the top 100 business schools.

Why study at the UBC Sauder School of Business? Faculty, staff, and specialised career advisors at the UBC Sauder School of Business give unwavering support. It gives a space for students to share their enthusiasm for studying while also providing the opportunity to build skills in preparation for a profession.

Brief Description

  • University or Organization: UBC Sauder School of Business
  • Department: NA
  • Course Level: Masters degree
  • Awards: $20,000 – $40,000
  • Access Mode: Online
  • Number of Awards: Not known
  • Nationality: Canadian and international students
  • The award can be taken in Canada

Eligibility

 

  • Eligible Countries: All nationalities
  • Acceptable Course or Subjects: Masters degree program offered by the UBC Sauder School of Business
  • Admissible Criteria: To be considered for this fund, the applicant must have to hold a bachelor’s degree certificate and be applying for the masters of administration course at UBC for the academic year 2022-2023.
  • Applicants must have an exceptional track record of academic excellence, community involvement, and business leadership skills.

How to Apply

 

  • How to Apply: If you want to apply for this education award, then you are demanded to take admission in the masters’ degree coursework at UBC Sauder School of Business. After enrolling, seekers will be automatically considered for this studentship.
  • Supporting Documents: Candidates will be asked to provide the statement of purpose, letter of motivation, research proposal, and curriculum vitae.
  • Admission Requirements: For taking entrance in a master’s program, claimants are required to meet the entry requirements of the school.
  • Language Requirements: Applicants must be required to speak, comprehend, and write fluently in English.

Benefits

The scholarship program will be awarded worth up to $20,000 – $40,000 to the successful candidates.

Application Deadline: For international students: April 5, 2022 and Canadian students: May 3, 2022

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2021 YouTube NextUp Contest for video content creators (1,000 USD in production equipment)

 

Learn to create better videos, get more subscribers and take your channel to the next level with the YouTube NextUp contest. Winners get access to a virtual Creator Camp and other awesome prizes.

Requirements

Any YouTube channel that meets the YouTube NextUp 2021 contest eligibility requirements (see contest rules here) can register to enter. All participants must meet the following conditions:

1. You must have a channel with 10,000 to 100,000 subscribers

2. Account must be in good standing (no strikes)

3. You must have uploaded at least 3 videos to your channel in the last 90 days

NextUp contest winners will receive the following:

A 5-day virtual event, which will begin the week of November 8th and will be organized by YouTube. In it you will share activities and workshops with the rest of the winners of the contest.

The event consists of:

  • Intensive classes in production, editing, audience development; designed by production experts, popular creators and content specialists plus recording opportunities.
  • Educational workshops and talks designed by the best YouTube content creators and experts in various subjects.
  • A value of 1,000 USD in production equipment
  • A minimum of 3 months of continuous support from the content team on YouTube.

Benefits

Win prizes that’ll give you the boost you’ve always wanted.

Virtual creator camp

The Creator Camp is a crash course where you’ll learn about video production with creators. You’ll get to know the ins-and-outs of building a rockstar channel, learn how to use high-quality equipment, and more. Plus you can network with other creators the whole time.

Equipment voucher

Once you’ve finished learning, it’s time to start creating! Graduates of Creator Camp leave with a voucher for new production equipment worth $1,000 (or local equivalent) at a YouTube selected retailer.

1:1 channel advice

YouTube NextUp winners also get access to benefits normally available only to Silver & Up creators! That includes one-on one-advice from a dedicated channel coach, invites to exclusive events and parties, and the chance to work with YouTube Partners and NextUp grads.

Application Deadline: October 8, 2021 at 11:59 pm GMT.

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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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How to sell final year project topics and materials with your mobile phone in Nigeria

This post is about how to sell final year project topics and materials at your own price by just using your mobile phone in Nigeria and get paid daily.

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The European Council on Foreign Relations (ECFR) Visiting Policy Fellow Africa Programme 2021

The European Council on Foreign Relations (ECFR) is a pan-European think-tank that conducts research and promotes informed debate across Europe on the development of coherent, effective, and values-based European foreign policy. It has offices in Berlin, London, Madrid, Paris, Rome, Sofia, and Warsaw.

The Visiting Policy Fellow will have a policy research/formulation function in the delivering of two key projects for the Africa Programme related to the Africa-Europe relationship and climate issues. He/she will undertake research, develop analysis and formulate policy relevant recommendations in the context of “geopolitical Africa” and with a particular focus on climate issues. Other desirable areas of expertise include: Digital/Tech, Trade, and Migration. Part of unpacking the issues will be triangulating Africa’s position vis-à-vis important multilaterals and global players such as China and the US. Sought is a clear analysis of Africa’s interests in the global Climate discussion, how these interact with Europe’s Climate plans, and where potential for positive, actionable overlap exists but also where potential friction exists and means to overcome these. The ability to do the same with a second one of the listed topics is desirable.

The ideal candidate will have proven expertise on climate issues in Africa, good knowledge of the Africa-Europe relationship and a well-developed network in Africa/Europe

  • Location: Remote Africa/Europe
  • Reporting to: Africa Programme Director
  • Type of Contract: Self-Employed Consultant
  • Length of contract: 7-10 months

Responsibilities

  • Conduct independent research, develop analysis, and formulate policy recommendations in any of ECFR’s formats
  • Strengthen and expand the programmes partnership and advocacy networks in Africa
  • Facilitate the organisation of activities in Africa and secure the participation of relevant African stakeholders
  • Contribute as appropriate to cross-cutting aspects of the African Programme including geopolitical Africa and the Africa Programme’s focus on Africa-Europe relations more generally.
  • Identify and liaise with relevant external contacts and ECFR Council members. Convene and lead public and private briefings for policy makers.
  • Liaise with partners in the African governments, AU, regional organisations, western diplomatic representatives, and local partners.
  • Contribute to the formulation of the programmes’ strategies and work plans and help ensure its effective implementation. Contribute to forming an advocacy policy for Africa-Europe relations (from political and economic angle) and geopolitical Africa.
  • Help coordinate fundraising for the programmes and share in the production of relevant materials and approaches to prospective donors, support identifying prospects for financial support.
  • Undertake relevant research, write reports and policy briefs – long form but also shorter reactive publications.
  • Contribute to the formulation of advocacy, outreach and communications strategies as an integral part of relevant projects and ensure inclusion of national offices throughout projects.
  • Coordinate, organise, and/or support as necessary relevant events such as consultations, workshops or seminars, as well as media work, mailings, travel, etc.
  • Provide regular situation reports to the Africa Programme.

Required skills

  • Extensive and in-depth knowledge of the Africa-Europe relations, AU, African regional organisations, and economies, especially related to climate issues
  • A track-record of engaging with policy communities and civil society in Africa.
  • Wide ranging government and non-government contacts across Africa
  • An ability to develop innovative policy proposals and creative ways of looking at European policies towards the region and individual countries.
  • Excellent research and analytical skills, the ability to devise and lead research projects, prepare detailed reports and briefing papers, setting out relevant research findings and policy recommendations on EU policies towards the region.
  • The ability to maintain and develop a substantial network of contacts with relevant policymakers, politicians, experts, activists and others in the region.
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills.
  • Media experience and the ability to present and speak in public.
  • A high standard of written and spoken English, working knowledge of German, French or another language is an advantage.
  • The ability to work within a team in a multi-national environment and to travel frequently (whenever possible).

Method of Application

If you are interested in this exciting and challenging role, we look forward to receiving your application!

Please submit your Cover Letter and CV (with ref: “African Programme Visiting Policy Fellow” in the subject line) via email to recruitment@ecfr.eu

Due to the large volume of candidates applying for positions within ECFR we will only be able to respond the applicants who have been shortlisted. If you have not heard from us within 2 weeks of the closing date, you have not been successful.

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