BREAKING THE YOKE OF THE DISCRIMINATION AGAINST HIGHER NATIONAL DIPLOMA

May 7th, 2015
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A clinical analysis of the discrimination against Higher National Diploma (HND) as it affects employment opportunity for holders of the certificate will reveal that the real issue is actually limited jobs opportunities out there and not the discrimination itself. In a booming economy with sufficient job opportunities, national diploma certificate alone is sufficient to land a good job that will guarantee decent living

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Breaking the Yoke of the Discrimination Against Higher National DiplomaBREAKING THE YOKE OF THE DISCRIMINATION AGAINST HIGHER NATIONAL DIPLOMA A clinical analysis of the discrimination against Higher National Diploma (HND) as it affects employment opportunity for holders of the certificate will reveal that the real issue is actually limited jobs opportunities out there and not the discrimination itself. In a booming economy with sufficient job opportunities, national diploma certificate alone is sufficient to land a good job that will guarantee decent living. If bagging a bachelor's degre

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