#NigeriansSpeak: What’s the best and worst part of your job?
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#NigeriansSpeak: What’s the best and worst part of your job?

Mfonobong Akpan

There is no denying the fact that though many of us claim to love our jobs – as long as we go home with a reasonable pay check – there are still certain things that we don’t look forward to at work. We decided to ask some Nigerians what the best and worst part of their jobs are. We visited the The Palms Shopping Mall in Victoria Island. Trust Nigerians and their skepticism; we had those who didn’t want to speak to us – maybe out of fear -luckily for us a few did. Below were their responses.

#NigeriansSpeak: What’s the best and worst part of your job?

Esther – A sales Representative at Nike
Best: Meeting interesting people
Worse: The stress she experiences from standing for long hours. She only gets a 30 minutes break.

#NigeriansSpeak: What’s the best and worst part of your job?

Zee – A sales representative at Lacoste
Best: Brand knowledge
Worst: Standing for long periods; isn’t much fun

#NigeriansSpeak: What’s the best and worst part of your job?

Peter –A sales rep at Formular
Best: Making sales
Worst: Not making sales

#NigeriansSpeak: What’s the best and worst part of your job?

Kamal – An Engineer at Lifemate Furniture
Best: Enjoys furniture installation
Worst: Dealing with unfriendly customers

#NigeriansSpeak: What’s the best and worst part of your job?

Blessing – A sales attendant at Hangers and Kit
Best: Meeting new people
Worst: Having to deal with rude customers

#NigeriansSpeak: What’s the best and worst part of your job?

Daniel – A security operative at Ruff n Tumble
Best: Being able to protect customers
Worst: The risk involved with the job (theft, criminals)

Blessing – A sales rep. at Ruff n Tumble
Best: Making sales
Worst: Handling difficult and frustrated customers

You can answer these questions too –  what is the best and worst part of your job?

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