A young lady named Chinenye Pius-Urum has fought back successfully to get accepted into three Fintech companies in the United Kingdom after getting over 120 job rejections while trying to get employment.
Chinenye Pius-Urum, a Nigerian lady said she applied for over 200 jobs in different industries. She said that she had applied for jobs in various industries, including telecommunications, automotive, and finance, as she wanted to pivot from the legal industry and pursue a more fulfilling career.
In the course of her hunting for a Job, Chinenye said she received at least 120 rejection emails and had gone through at least 60 first-stage assessments and countless mid-stage assessments and interviews.
She also added that she had reached the final stage of interviews with six different companies, but had only received three job offers from companies in the telecommunications, financial, and automotive industries.
Finally, Chinenye accepted one of the offers, which was from a Financial Technology (FINTECH) company that matched her skills and interests. She shared her achievement on Facebook, expressing her excitement for the new opportunity and encouraging others to keep pursuing their wildest dreams.
“Here’s to pivoting fully from the legal industry (with 6 years PQE) and building a fulfilling career in the fintech industry. And here’s to achieving all of our wildest dreams,” she wrote.
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In another story, a young Nigerian man named Olajuyin Olaleye Ebenezer has fought back successfully after getting over 27 rejections in an attempt to study in the United States.
Olaleye said immediately after his graduation, he hoped to study cancer diseases abroad, he then started applying for PhD positions in world universities by sending emails and letters. He stated that it was a tough moment for him as he got 27 rejections. Read More about Olaleye HERE.