Find, Build & Grow in the Career you love

9to5Chick is a career development hub dedicated to equipping professional women with the skills to thrive in the workplace.

Our vision
To become the largest career development hub in Africa, giving millions of African women tailored resources to lead passionate and fulfilled careers.

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Career Growth

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THE NETWORKING STARTER PACK- ESSENTIAL GUIDES FOR BUILDING PROFESSIONAL RELATIONSHIPS

Because of what I do, I meet a lot of women who tell me they don’t like to network because they feel shy, awkward, one kind, scared of rejection or seeming desperate etc…can I tell you the truth? I experience the same feelings DAILY.

by Jessica Nwuzi  |  09 January 2019
WHAT TYPE OF NETWORKER ARE YOU? AND WHAT TO DO ABOUT IT

I have been reflecting on all the women empowerment programmes I have hosted since 2014. These are over 10 events, with over 800 women in attendance within the last 4 years.

by Jessica Nwuzi  |  09 January 2019
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9 WAYS TO BUILD A FORMIDABLE PROFESSIONAL NETWORK ON LINKEDIN

When it comes to using social media to build strong professional networks, I have to say, hands down, Linkedin is bae!

by Jessica Nwuzi  |  12 November 2018