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Re: Best Paying Company In Nigeria? by dsaynt: 10:12am On Feb 27, 2015
meyeh:
Bros, so una no wan answer people wey dey ask una for FMCG companies like Nestle entry level salary range abi

Na so o! me sef dey wait for someone to give us answer. Please can someone give us the top paying FMCG companies and range of salaries.
Thanks in advance
Re: Best Paying Company In Nigeria? by Clincaruto: 6:38pm On Jun 08, 2015
emperorgwin:
U must be a thief @ yinks. What are u looking for in the oil industry when there are lots of electrical companies. U guys are the ones limiting the chances petroleum engrs. Go and build a career in ur field pls and stop looking for quick money.


Please dont say what u dont knw my dear....Electrical / Electronic Engr are the most needed department in oil companies...i work in chevron as a contract staff and am in d Electrical Department....please yinka .u can go into automation then if any oil company takes u as an automation engr thn ur a big boy for life
Re: Best Paying Company In Nigeria? by Jason21(m): 7:32pm On Jun 08, 2015
hmm
Re: Best Paying Company In Nigeria? by Nobody: 11:53pm On Jun 12, 2015
how much does Accenture pay?
Re: Best Paying Company In Nigeria? by strictlynaija: 6:42am On Jun 13, 2015
Hello guys in d oil and gas sector, my brother is about rounding up his youth service and he wants to try his luck in the Oil sector. He has a first class in mathematics, which role(s)or position should he be looking at? Also, is there any professional course(s) he needs to take to boost his chances. Urgent response pls
Re: Best Paying Company In Nigeria? by belzieee(m): 1:16pm On Jun 13, 2015
delbourg:
for experienced engineering(Degree)positions none of the IOC's can match NLNG in terms of salaries...well may be Total
how much do you think a fresh graduate with b.a human resource management will be paid in most of these companies. Just give me estimate
Re: Best Paying Company In Nigeria? by lamash: 10:40pm On Sep 07, 2015
How much is entry level salary at Sahara Group
Re: Best Paying Company In Nigeria? by osemu8(m): 3:59pm On Sep 22, 2015
Jarus,pls how much does mikano or jubaili bros engineering ltd pay for entry level engineers
Re: Best Paying Company In Nigeria? by Jarus(m): 5:04pm On Sep 22, 2015
osemu8:
Jarus,pls how much does mikano or jubaili bros engineering ltd pay for entry level engineers

I don't know.

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Re: Best Paying Company In Nigeria? by oyb(m): 9:55pm On Sep 22, 2015
osemu8:
Jarus,pls how much does mikano or jubaili bros engineering ltd pay for entry level engineers

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Re: Best Paying Company In Nigeria? by osemu8(m): 10:22pm On Sep 22, 2015
oyb:


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Re: Best Paying Company In Nigeria? by oyb(m): 7:14am On Sep 23, 2015
osemu8:
dont get u bro

Lebanese/ Indian run. They pay peanuts.

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Re: Best Paying Company In Nigeria? by osemu8(m): 8:08am On Sep 23, 2015
oyb:


Lebanese/ Indian run. They pay peanuts.
so do u have idea abt their payment structure
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Re: Best Paying Company In Nigeria? by Topsonhandsome(m): 4:55pm On Nov 23, 2015
Hello friends, pls does MIKANO NG pay up to 50K for their Electrical Engineers. Pls I really need your response.
Re: Best Paying Company In Nigeria? by Heineken(m): 3:02pm On Jan 10, 2016
Pls how much does JAMB PAYS... BSc graduate.
Re: Best Paying Company In Nigeria? by kelzceana(f): 11:55pm On Mar 18, 2016
which ngo
Re: Best Paying Company In Nigeria? by phoenix480(m): 6:50pm On Mar 21, 2016
My contribution to the top Banks.

Note that the order might not be 100% but these are the top paying Banks.

dsaynt:

Are you trying to tell me that NLNG pays higher than Total, Agip and Chevron? I doubt that. They pay well but not as much as the IOCs. Don't forget that the staff of NLNG are made up of staff of these OICs.
Can some tell me the highest paying by sector? i.e.
Manfacturing: Top 5
Telcoms: Top 5
Oil & Gas (multinationals): Top 5
Oil & Gas (local): Top 5
Banking/Financial Services: Top 5 1. Diamond 2.Access 3. GTB 4. First Bank 5. UBA
Re: Best Paying Company In Nigeria? by dome777: 10:29am On Sep 15, 2016
Companies pay high salaries to staff they highly value. For an entry level position, you will definitely be undervalued, however, if you can write your CV, Cover Letter and if you have sufficient past experience, you can command a significantly higher than normal entry level salary from any company. Although, it is a known fact that Oil companies pay the most in Nigeria. I suppose telecoms should be the second highest paying industry in the country since they make a lot of money from us.... Just saying undecided

Nevertheless, entry level jobs have a lot of applicants trying to get that position and regardless of your qualifications or experience, standing out from that crowd will be difficult. Online job boards like jobberman and careers24 help make the process faster and more organized but they still don't give candidates a level playing ground of standing out from the crowd.

That's why I recommend SpotterHR, an online assessment platform designed to connect smart, unemployed candidates to the biggest companies in Nigeria. Being an online assessment platform, top HR practitioners for top companies in Nigeria are using it to recruit and assess candidates.

You can stand out from the Labour Market crowd and prove you're smarter than the average Nigerian Graduate by taking the SpotterHR aptitude test by following this link - http:///2cw7d5L

Re: Best Paying Company In Nigeria? by Nobody: 7:29pm On Oct 27, 2016
dome777:
Companies pay high salaries to staff they highly value. For an entry level position, you will definitely be undervalued, however, if you can write your CV, Cover Letter and if you have sufficient past experience, you can command a significantly higher than normal entry level salary from any company. Although, it is a known fact that Oil companies pay the most in Nigeria. I suppose telecoms should be the second highest paying industry in the country since they make a lot of money from us.... Just saying undecided

Nevertheless, entry level jobs have a lot of applicants trying to get that position and regardless of your qualifications or experience, standing out from that crowd will be difficult. Online job boards like jobberman and careers24 help make the process faster and more organized but they still don't give candidates a level playing ground of standing out from the crowd.

That's why I recommend SpotterHR, an online assessment platform designed to connect smart, unemployed candidates to the biggest companies in Nigeria. Being an online assessment platform, top HR practitioners for top companies in Nigeria are using it to recruit and assess candidates.

You can stand out from the Labour Market crowd and prove you're smarter than the average Nigerian Graduate by taking the SpotterHR aptitude test by following this link - http:///2cw7d5L
Please is there automatic job after the training and must i pay before I take the test?
Re: Best Paying Company In Nigeria? by IamDavidJames(m): 11:08am On Nov 03, 2016
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Re: Best Paying Company In Nigeria? by toprealman: 11:04pm On Dec 07
strictlynaija:
Hello guys in d oil and gas sector, my brother is about rounding up his youth service and he wants to try his luck in the Oil sector. He has a first class in mathematics, which role(s)or position should he be looking at? Also, is there any professional course(s) he needs to take to boost his chances. Urgent response pls
Just saw your post. Schools in US will happily take him on full scholarship. Hope things worked out just right for him?
Re: Best Paying Company In Nigeria? by LegitBoy(m): 9:27am On Dec 08
tunbosun01:
@ uchechukwuochei, I can authoritatively tell you that 250k salary for entry level is totally wrong!!!! I work with an IOC..... And Entry level geosciences ranges between 10m-12m per annum without bonuses, and bonuses are almost as good as your salary at the end of the year. Infact PG Interns earn 1400euros (320k) at Total....
Wow, do they by any chance employ lawyers in any capacity? cry

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