Why are Nigerian Youths more interested in Music than in Teaching?

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Why are Nigerian Youths more interested in Music than in Teaching?

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Why are Nigerian Youths more interested in Music than in Teaching?Nigerian youths are by no means sluggish in their pursuits. Unfortunately, however, a few youths have strayed from their decent paths and taken the wrong path in life.

In Nigeria, Music has always been a popular pastime. I can confidently state that Nigeria’s Music and entertainment have served as a platform for promoting the country in other countries worldwide. Every year, thousands of Nigerian youths achieve success in the music industry and amass large followings.



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Teaching, on the other hand, is a respectable career, to put it bluntly. I am not advocating that young people should not pursue careers in Teaching; but, my study and findings indicate that several variables affect young people that have led them to choose not to pursue careers in Teaching.

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Let us now go to the main concept of the article without further ado or delay:

Having a career as a teacher or educationist in Nigeria is a prestigious achievement that most of the population values highly. However, even with excellent grades from their learning institutions, today’s youth are apprehensive about entering the teaching profession.

As an example, consider Naira Marley, who is a Nigerian musician who has performed internationally. Naira Marley graduated from a foreign school with honors and received a First Class diploma. Therefore, it is possible to predict that Naira Marley would do exceptionally well in the teaching field without meeting him in real life.

While I was growing up as a teen, my peers and I would have heated discussions about what we wanted to do after finishing our Senior WAEC. However, because they came from a wealthy household, not everyone in our group was willing to work following their SSCE.

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Students from low-income families must work extremely hard and provide financial assistance to their families to attend higher education institutions. Some of my pals were adamant that they would be teaching in a school, but they were concerned that they would lose their income if they did not do so.

Most of my acquaintances did not pursue careers in education at the time for fear of being unable to pay their bills. Now, it is an example relevant to lower grades, specifically the SSCE level of education.

In light of the current state of affairs in Nigeria’s educational sector, many young people would never consider a career in Teaching.

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Some of the reasons Nigerian teenagers would never want to enter the teaching profession are stated below:

1. Stress as a result of not receiving their pay
2. The vast majority of them are unable to instruct others.
3. Those three factors, which I have stated below, are what I believe are deterring Nigerian youths from pursuing a career in Teaching.

Please accept my thanks for reading this article to the conclusion.

Multiloaded Music , Talktalk Music  and Mayor Tunes Media is the source of this information.





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Why are Nigerian Youths more interested in Music than in Teaching?Nigerian youths are by no means sluggish in their pursuits. Unfortunately, however, a few youths have strayed from their decent paths and taken the wrong path in life.

In Nigeria, Music has always been a popular pastime. I can confidently state that Nigeria’s Music and entertainment have served as a platform for promoting the country in other countries worldwide. Every year, thousands of Nigerian youths achieve success in the music industry and amass large followings.



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Teaching, on the other hand, is a respectable career, to put it bluntly. I am not advocating that young people should not pursue careers in Teaching; but, my study and findings indicate that several variables affect young people that have led them to choose not to pursue careers in Teaching.

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Let us now go to the main concept of the article without further ado or delay:

Having a career as a teacher or educationist in Nigeria is a prestigious achievement that most of the population values highly. However, even with excellent grades from their learning institutions, today’s youth are apprehensive about entering the teaching profession.

As an example, consider Naira Marley, who is a Nigerian musician who has performed internationally. Naira Marley graduated from a foreign school with honors and received a First Class diploma. Therefore, it is possible to predict that Naira Marley would do exceptionally well in the teaching field without meeting him in real life.

While I was growing up as a teen, my peers and I would have heated discussions about what we wanted to do after finishing our Senior WAEC. However, because they came from a wealthy household, not everyone in our group was willing to work following their SSCE.

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Students from low-income families must work extremely hard and provide financial assistance to their families to attend higher education institutions. Some of my pals were adamant that they would be teaching in a school, but they were concerned that they would lose their income if they did not do so.

Most of my acquaintances did not pursue careers in education at the time for fear of being unable to pay their bills. Now, it is an example relevant to lower grades, specifically the SSCE level of education.

In light of the current state of affairs in Nigeria’s educational sector, many young people would never consider a career in Teaching.

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Some of the reasons Nigerian teenagers would never want to enter the teaching profession are stated below:

1. Stress as a result of not receiving their pay
2. The vast majority of them are unable to instruct others.
3. Those three factors, which I have stated below, are what I believe are deterring Nigerian youths from pursuing a career in Teaching.

Please accept my thanks for reading this article to the conclusion.

Multiloaded Music , Talktalk Music  and Mayor Tunes Media is the source of this information.





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