Congratulations! You have been hired. has a distinctive type of anxiety.
At that point, your village’s imposter syndrome starts to make an appearance, with queries like, “Can you perform? How much time will it take for them to realize you’re a fraud?
There are further issues with the new 9–5, particularly in Nigeria, that are more work-related. So what are a few of these problems?
Where do they sell food?
I don’t play with food, and neither should you, as you can see. Finding out where the sweetest yet most reasonably priced food is sold is crucial on the first day of a new job. Never let capitalism triumph.
How many toilets are there?
We require time, music, and adequate solitude to conduct our business since we have shy sphincters. Because there is only one restroom in the office, you don’t want to have a situation where people are pounding on the door. I even suggest include “how many toilets do you have in the company” as one of the interview questions.
Hope they don’t owe salary?
The suffering shall never return. especially if you have gone through something similar in the past. One of the many inquiries that niggles at the back of your mind is this one.
Okay, what time do we close?
There are some 9–5 jobs that are actually 24-hour jobs. You may be wondering whether this is one of those, but hopefully it isn’t.
Is there December bonus?
Please, aid. God bless you and thank you.
What’s the cost of transportation?
Are there any delays on my commute? How much of my pay goes toward that and do I need to take five buses, a boat, and two flying carpets to go to work?
Can we work from home?
Please. I’m not good with traffic jams. Please.