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Unemployment and Health:
Unemployment occurs to many people and can be a stressful, disheartening and guilt-ridden period of one’s life. A person might be able, competent, keen to work, and be desperate for a job but still be jobless because in some places, there aren’t enough jobs to go around everyone for one reason or the other. Readiness to work with no job can have a major impact on a person, their choices and how well they’re able and willing to look after themselves. Unemployment is a health hazard!
How unemployment can affect health:
What to do?
My name is Foluso Ajuwon, popularly called Folu. I was born on the 8th of June in Ibadan, Nigeria. I moved to the UK in 2004 for resettlement and to further my education. I got married and had my son in 2008 and went ahead to tertiary education in Manchester Metropolitan University to study Chemistry and Forensic Science. I am a devoted Christian and my values are mainly built in the Christian belief and faith.