In a very brief explanation, precarity is a condition without predictability or stability, affecting material or psychological welfare. The situation is not sugar coated at all and is as bad as it sounds. The lack of stability and predictability is no way for a person to live especially a graduate. In a utopian world, one is suppose to get what he/she is due as at when, in other words, after gaining an education and becoming a graduate, in the natural procession, a job follows and some sort of security comes with that. In reality, the number of people coming out of schools without a decent job to hold onto is fast increasing and therefore creating a class of its own. Using Nigeria as a case study, the jobs are rushed on by the returning international graduates leaving the lack of predictability to the local graduates to deal with. The numbers are rising and will continue to do so if precarity is not handled with some level of finesse.