CV and Job CV clinic Jobs If you found this helpful, please share with othersEmailPrintFacebookGoogleTwitterLinkedInRedditTumblrPinterestPocket 7 Comments Obinna November 4, 2013 Reply Hello, Please I am a graduate of Electrical and Electronics Engineering. I graduated with a 2.1. I finished my NYSC Feb., this year. Presently I am working with a private Engineering solutions compny but I got an offer for job with the PHCN Transmission Company of Nigeria but their pay is very poor for a start. Please which of these will give me the needed experience to move into the oil and gas sector and which professional certificate can I acquire to give me a better advantage? becham adelyde December 8, 2014 Reply Good morning mr jarus. i’m so impressed with all ur effort by helping people to get job and offer good advice 4dem. here is mine and i need a viable good advice& good networking 4rm u.actually i just concluded my b.sc programme with second class honour from department of quantity surveyying and i need your advice, i dont want to be stay at home before NYSC and i also have passion for field work an i also like to work at oil & gas. ODUNOKU OLUWASEGUN .S April 26, 2015 Reply I thank God for what you are doing to help people. Thank u ACHUGWOH GOODNESS January 27, 2016 Reply Thank you for this write-up. I am 2.1 graduate of chemical engineering with no experience in chemical engineering apart from my internship experience. please I need your advice on how to go about my work experience section in my cv.thanks for your response. Editor January 27, 2016 Reply You don’t need to put work experience on your CV if you don’t have. Temitope July 11, 2017 Reply Dear Jarus, I currently work with a microfinance bank but, I’m an acca student preparing to write the foundations exam, i desire to get accounting or bookkeeping job for the practical experience but i don’t know how to go about it, i have my first degree in Agricultural Economics and I’ve worked in the microfinance industry for 2 years. Please guide me. Thanks Assistant Editor July 29, 2017 Reply If you are less than 26, you can apply to the Big 4 (KPMG, PWC, EY, DELOITTE). If above, you may try small accounting firms. Find them. Add a Comment Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * Name:* Email Address:* Website: Check here to Subscribe to notifications for new posts Comment:* Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.