When one is fresh out of high school and then college, there are high expectations from family and friends that you will land a white collar job, and everything will be successful from there.
Sometimes we get so caught up in our dreams that we forget the reality that is likely to slap us in the face. Namely unemployment.
Sadly, this is not always the case, as many Kenyan graduates have to tarmack in search of that dream job.
NTV’s Larry Madowo is one of those who had a hard time getting a job. So he resorted to making ends meet like so many other jobless Kenyans.
The controversial media personality is not known to shy off from putting his point across, and often gets dragged for his comments.
Here’s what you need to know about his first real hustle after high school. He took to his social media to reveal what he did.
My first job straight out of high school was selling tea and mandazi at Gikomba. A few weeks ago, I took a CNN crew back there. The profile airs around the world 7 times from Friday to Tuesday
Not what you imagined right. He also shared these pictures with the media house crews.