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Re: Best Paid Degrees In Nigeria (THE BITTER TRUTH) by Suresh08: 7:58pm On Jul 24, 2014
sisiafrika: smh! Ur poor, what nonsense is this?
shut that ur hyperactive mouth
Re: Best Paid Degrees In Nigeria (THE BITTER TRUTH) by sogodihno: 5:37am On Jul 26, 2014
adeoladrg:

I presently don't have the CONHESS figures.


Community pharmacists work in the communities, while hospital pharmacists work in hospitals.


Thing is, due to the diverse nature of pharmacy, pharmacists don't just sit and do one job. I know one pharmacy graduate working in an industry paying about 140,000. Closes at 4pm and resumes a locum job at a community pharmacy for about 80K and also does drug detailing. At the same time, he used his certificate to register a premise for about 400K annually.
Can u expatiate on this, because i heard dt u can use use yr certificate i.e one certificate to work in more dan one place like workin in hospital and at d same time owning a pharmacy shop
Re: Best Paid Degrees In Nigeria (THE BITTER TRUTH) by murphylinks(m): 5:06pm On Jul 26, 2014
How about chemistry graduates!!

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Re: Best Paid Degrees In Nigeria (THE BITTER TRUTH) by 88natzy(m): 10:18pm On Jul 26, 2014
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Re: Best Paid Degrees In Nigeria (THE BITTER TRUTH) by Mickyboiz: 12:58pm On Jul 27, 2014
What about graduates of N.U.D nutrition and diatectics
Re: Best Paid Degrees In Nigeria (THE BITTER TRUTH) by 44chux(m): 4:20am On Jul 28, 2014
88natzy: Please fellow Nairalanders, I am a graduate of microbiology from one of the prestigious universities here in Nigeria, I am result oriented and can work under any condition.
I would like to get informations about job alerts, advice and constructive criticisms to my mails.
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88natzy: Good people of nairaland I greet you all!
Please, kindly recommend job update sites, good advertorials and possibly link me to any of the bbm or whatsapp job advertising groups.
75F6B2EB.....thank you.
Nigeria must be getting better!!!
Pls beware of msgs & emails from 3rd parties claiming tobe recruiting for IOCs. If u don't read about it in the dailies, itz probably a scam.
Beware!!!


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Re: Best Paid Degrees In Nigeria (THE BITTER TRUTH) by Ruuchiinaa: 5:15pm On Jul 31, 2014
What is the salary range for Zonal Inspectors(Z.I) and LGIs of NYSC?..........To shout Corpers WE no easy.
Re: Best Paid Degrees In Nigeria (THE BITTER TRUTH) by ayabdul: 7:02pm On Jul 31, 2014
cutiedave: wow,dis sounds nice.bt i need ur advice on dis issue.
i got admitted into yabatech last yr to study mech.eng bt couldn't resume bcus of d poly strike. Bt during d course of d stike,i obtained d jamb form to study mech.eng in unilorin.recently i had to change to mathematics bcus i dident meet mech.eng cutoff mark.
ma question is-should i continue with mech.eng in yaba or mathematics in unilorin?And which has better job opportunities.TANX
u will need to give it a gr8 thought,university degree is desirable but with bsc mathematics.u might jst end up as a teacher or year without job.it also depend on ur passion,if u hv no passion for pure mathematics,u may find thngs difficult
Re: Best Paid Degrees In Nigeria (THE BITTER TRUTH) by Plus10(m): 9:35pm On Aug 04, 2014
alentyno:
I doubt if they offer mud engineering. You can verify on their website tho.
The program however is 1-year intensive.
The new session is about to or have begun. So you need to make sure you are updating yourself so that you won't miss out by next year
Ok...thanks!
Re: Best Paid Degrees In Nigeria (THE BITTER TRUTH) by Chiscomax(m): 7:04pm On Sep 03, 2014
IboBoyNuel: DO AGRICULTURE, IT PAYS!




Hihihihiiihihihi..... My farmer Boy
Re: Best Paid Degrees In Nigeria (THE BITTER TRUTH) by Nobody: 3:30pm On Dec 27, 2014
please project management technology , what is the pay scale for a newbie n wat are the chances of getting a job after with the course after schl , was offered the course via Direct entry , I studied telecom engineering technology@ a polythechnic , pls help a bro
Re: Best Paid Degrees In Nigeria (THE BITTER TRUTH) by Teacup: 3:37pm On Dec 28, 2014
what of human resources management.
Re: Best Paid Degrees In Nigeria (THE BITTER TRUTH) by bidey4real(m): 6:47pm On Dec 28, 2014
To all,thanks very much Sir/ma for the great work you're doing here.

As you're contributing your effort to give us an insight about what is going on in the labour market,may the Lord of heaven & earth make you achieve your dream in life.

I have questns whch goes thus:
[1] Is it possible that an undergraduate student of Forest Resources Management(UI) with excellent CGP benefit from scholarships?. Because,not seeing scholarship for agric-related course beat my heart.

[2] Is there any age restriction to scholarships for the Undergraduates and also for government jobs?

[3] kindly give us sir/ma,like 2 or 3 websites of effective scholarship board that a student of Forestry can apply to.

And lastly....
[4] What are the jobs that a graduate of Forest Resources Management apply for (apart from government jobs) in the labour market

Your response will assist alot. Thanks.....

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Re: Best Paid Degrees In Nigeria (THE BITTER TRUTH) by falansa: 5:20pm On Dec 29, 2014
good job here, please my question is that I studied urban and regional planning with a good cgpa. pls what advise do you have for me. which course is advisable to do for my master that can guarantee a good job after?
Re: Best Paid Degrees In Nigeria (THE BITTER TRUTH) by btasha: 1:47am On Jan 06, 2015
I'm currently in my final year of university, studying Accounting and finance. I have about four months left to finish my degree. My original plan was that when I finish my degrees I'd relocate to Nigeria, but after much research I'm thinking about doing my Masters in a Russell Group university then NYSC. oh btw I'm based in the uk, I'll like to get a very good job in Nigeria but I just don't know how to go about it, yes I have connections but I do not want to rely on ANYONE. Pls give me your advise. And I can't decide on where to do my nysc either Lagos or Abuja bare in mind I'd like to do my nysc where I can get a good job. Ohh also does anymore know about this careers in Africa.?
Re: Best Paid Degrees In Nigeria (THE BITTER TRUTH) by Azijo: 3:36pm On May 14, 2015
Anyone with a Drilling/Well Engineering Training certificate from IPS should scan and forward same wth CV to drdnbassey@gmail.com.
Immediately.
Re: Best Paid Degrees In Nigeria (THE BITTER TRUTH) by ogeneigbo(m): 11:26am On May 15, 2015
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A lot of people online will tell you if you want to know their secret, pay $10 bla bla...... I don't think that's real help if at all they are genuine and not scammers. I wouldn't really blame them because giving out something for free won't be valued. For me, I'm going to
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When I was a child my parents will tell me go to school, study a good course, graduate with good grade, get a good job and your future is secured. This is the mentality of every Nigerian who goes to school. Ask a student he or she will tell you he wants to study a good course so that they can get a good paid job.
As for Madam Kate who I met recently at Eko bank and ask her how good she enjoys her job as the manager who earns a whooping sum of #500,000 per month, and she would sincerely tell you we are slaves. Every person working in the bank will identify with this. You wake early rush off to work of mental depression and go back very late only to wake up early again to work. This is called "stress" which is a killer. Now let me ask this question. For how long will we continue in this cycle and we keep on instilling this same procedure to our children. This is what I call "Generation enslavement"

While reading the book of Robert kiyosaki called "The cash flow quadrant" he elaborated that there are only four ways to earn. Either you are

( Employee) (Business owner)
you have a job people work for you

(Self employed). (Investor)
You own a job money works for you


If you are on the left side, you are on the rat race
If you are on right side, then you rule the world.

Wonder why Bill gates, Mark Zukerberg, Oprah Winfrey, even our own Dangote are the richest and world changers today in the society? Neither of these people in their quest for success graduated from a high learning institution.
I'm not trying to say that going to school is not good, but that the real world faces you after you graduate from a university.
Dangote has the biggest industry producing sugar in Africa and even second in the world, he was awarded for providing employment for Nigerians(graduates).
Why would you spend so many years in a university only to work for someone who dropped out of school or even an illiterate?
Now reassess your goals and know if you are really wiser than these men who saw the enslavement and took to their heels to become financially free.
Dangote and the above mentioned characters are under the business owners and investors.
Your destiny is now in your hands to choose the rat race or being financially wealthy.
Sack your boss today and become a boss. A saying goes that a rich mind sees opportunity and grabs it while the poor ignores it and get poorer only to feed the rich. I wonder why the poor are envious and angry with the rich when they have decided to waste opportunities.
Now I'm talking to you, do you want to be a be a master or slave? Do you want to determine how much you earn or allow someone reward your huge effort with peanuts? Take a deep breath, answer the above questions before reading the next paragraph. If you want to remain stagnant or a slave then quit reading now, if not, go ahead and see my new found secret.














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Re: Best Paid Degrees In Nigeria (THE BITTER TRUTH) by luckycliff: 2:08pm On May 16, 2015
Proudly agric nd bio environ engr
Re: Best Paid Degrees In Nigeria (THE BITTER TRUTH) by steady986(m): 10:29pm On Jul 08, 2015
alentyno:
Although the importance of hard work cannot be overemphasised in any chosen profession, experts have said that studying some particular degrees will not only give you an edge in the job market, it also determines the amount of income you take home at the end of the day.

For example, in the oil and gas sector, petroleum, mechanical, chemical and electrical/electronics engineers at an entry level earn as much as N3.5m per annum, depending on the organisation.

Other high paying engineering fields include software engineers and computer engineers who employ IT skills, whether they are in the oil and gas sector or the telecommunication sector. They stand to earn as high as N400,000 per month for a start, and it could increase to about N5m to N15m per annum, depending on the years of experience.

A fresh engineering graduate in the oil and gas sector could earn between N7m and N9m per annum, which goes higher to about N12m or N15m per annum after five years of experience.

engineers in the oil and gas sectors earn the same salary, notwithstanding the area of specialisation at the entry level, until they undergo in-house training graduates with non-engineering courses like computer science, information technology, software programmers with professional certifications which include JAVA, CISCO, ORACLE and other networking skills working in the telecommunications companies would get between N200,000 and N750,000 as starters.

An Oracle specialist, database programmer, manager and software experts with five to 10 years’ working experience in a telecoms company will earn between N5m and N15m per annum.

Suffice to say, all the aformentioned top earning degrees have one thing in common ––mathematical skills.

Graduates of Economics, Accounting, Marketing as well as Banking and Finance and other business related fields working in the banking and investment sectors also get fat salaries before the recent down-sizing in the sector, a fresh graduate at the entry level in any of the new generation banks earned between N2m and N2.5m per annum.

Fresh accountants could earn fat paychecks of about N2m per annum if self-employed or working in private and multinational organisations, government still had a poor salary scale for this level of professionals.

Marketers, also known as business development officers, could earn between N50,000 and N300,000 monthly at the entry level, depending on the level of results achieved and the organisation hiring.

Medicine, law, nursing and pharmacy, which were the hot cakes in the 70‘s, 80‘s and 90‘s, were no longer paying as well as they used to be.

This is the age of the mind; the age of creativity.

It has been noted that medical doctors were poorly paid. “In fact, they are only paid living allowance when you compare them with their colleagues in engineering and telecommunication.

In government hospitals, at entry level, doctors are paid less than N1m per annum. But they could earn higher if they specialise and become consultants.

In the medical line, specialists, including obstetricians, cardiologists, gynaecologists, dentists and surgeons were the highest earners any of these specialists working in reputable hospitals like Reddington Hospital in Lagos could earn N750,000 and above monthly.

A nurse in government hospital in Nigeria earns less than N100,000 per month. Their pay could rise to N400,000 when they become matrons.

Pharmacists are not left out; most pharmaceutical companies pay fresh graduates between N500,000 and N900,000 per annum, and it could increase to N2m or N3m after about eight- or nine-year job experience.

Teaching profession is not that competitive, a teacher’s take home pay was between the range of N50,000 and N70,000 per month in some secondary schools, and could be as high as N200,000 per month in some other schools.

Journalists –– editors to be precise –– with five to 10 years experience and they offer between N40,000 and N60,000 per month.

Lawyers do not earn much. fresh lawyers could earn between N50,000 and N120,000 per month depending on the chambers or organisations they work for.
You don't even know anything about anything.
Re: Best Paid Degrees In Nigeria (THE BITTER TRUTH) by tpiadotcom: 7:29pm On Jul 16, 2015
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Re: Best Paid Degrees In Nigeria (THE BITTER TRUTH) by tpiadotcom: 10:19pm On Jul 16, 2015
alentyno:

If u r a math grad with a tight gpa like 1st class or strong 2.1( 4.0 and above), you could go places!..... From banks to auditing firms to oils coys to infact anywhere.......my cousin a math grad(finished with 4.42 cgpa) is already in dangote.....he spent only few weeks @ home after his NYSC and boy although I don't know his actual pay package but what I can say is that guy is in money.......his company even sponsored him nd his colleagues to india recently

hm, that's interesting, didn't know they had so many prospects like that.

You're sure you don't need connections in the field?
Re: Best Paid Degrees In Nigeria (THE BITTER TRUTH) by Nobody: 7:22am On Aug 05, 2015
Great post..
Okay am currently studying marine engineering(ND/HND)...someone mentioned something about high pay for these type of engineers,i want to know if this only applies to degree holders,or should i say,what are the chances of actually getting a job with a diploma in this course....thanx to anyone willing to help out here,,,peace.
Re: Best Paid Degrees In Nigeria (THE BITTER TRUTH) by Oluwatosin27(m): 7:59pm On Aug 05, 2015
Pls I want to ask a question. I studied Educational Technology with 2.2 grade and to be candid I don't like Teaching. Pls what's my chances of getting a Fed Gov job without Teaching. Thanks.
Re: Best Paid Degrees In Nigeria (THE BITTER TRUTH) by AnyasiJohn: 11:38am On Aug 06, 2015
My bro leme tell u something, if ur cgpa is high say 4.0 n above in nija n u don't kn anyone my bro, its only by God's divine favour that u ll b called for interview. The certificate is good but country we find ourselves is corrupt, moreover no university teaches actually what they need to function at optimal so that d reason every fresh staff of any oil n gas company goes for "on the training".

My cousin studied accountancy and he's working with ajip and he makes more cash to his engineering mates as confirmed by his younger bro who just back from IT at same company and he's an engineering student.
Re: Best Paid Degrees In Nigeria (THE BITTER TRUTH) by victor247: 1:07am On Aug 27, 2015
saintgwizard:


There no is particular range for biochemistry graduates. It all depends on where you work. For you to get a good job with biochemisty, u most graduate with a good grade then polish your mathematical skills and presentation skills. With that you can go for any kind of firm, from oil n gas to maanufauturing firm to pharmaceutical firms.

I work with the lagest FMCG company in the country n with my degree in biochemisty, my pay at entry level was 6.0M/annum.

Please this is not to brag but to encourage the biochemstry students out there. I was really discouraged as a student.

Hello, I'm currently undergoing my youth service, I studied biochemistry too. Please I'd like to get in touch with you cos I need someone with experience.
Re: Best Paid Degrees In Nigeria (THE BITTER TRUTH) by u11gs: 6:27am On Aug 28, 2015
alentyno:
Although the importance of hard work cannot be overemphasised in any chosen profession, experts have said that studying some particular degrees will not only give you an edge in the job market, it also determines the amount of income you take home at the end of the day.

For example, in the oil and gas sector, petroleum, mechanical, chemical and electrical/electronics engineers at an entry level earn as much as N3.5m per annum, depending on the organisation.

Other high paying engineering fields include software engineers and computer engineers who employ IT skills, whether they are in the oil and gas sector or the telecommunication sector. They stand to earn as high as N400,000 per month for a start, and it could increase to about N5m to N15m per annum, depending on the years of experience.

A fresh engineering graduate in the oil and gas sector could earn between N7m and N9m per annum, which goes higher to about N12m or N15m per annum after five years of experience.

engineers in the oil and gas sectors earn the same salary, notwithstanding the area of specialisation at the entry level, until they undergo in-house training graduates with non-engineering courses like computer science, information technology, software programmers with professional certifications which include JAVA, CISCO, ORACLE and other networking skills working in the telecommunications companies would get between N200,000 and N750,000 as starters.

An Oracle specialist, database programmer, manager and software experts with five to 10 years’ working experience in a telecoms company will earn between N5m and N15m per annum.

Suffice to say, all the aformentioned top earning degrees have one thing in common ––mathematical skills.

Graduates of Economics, Accounting, Marketing as well as Banking and Finance and other business related fields working in the banking and investment sectors also get fat salaries before the recent down-sizing in the sector, a fresh graduate at the entry level in any of the new generation banks earned between N2m and N2.5m per annum.

Fresh accountants could earn fat paychecks of about N2m per annum if self-employed or working in private and multinational organisations, government still had a poor salary scale for this level of professionals.

Marketers, also known as business development officers, could earn between N50,000 and N300,000 monthly at the entry level, depending on the level of results achieved and the organisation hiring.

Medicine, law, nursing and pharmacy, which were the hot cakes in the 70‘s, 80‘s and 90‘s, were no longer paying as well as they used to be.

This is the age of the mind; the age of creativity.

It has been noted that medical doctors were poorly paid. “In fact, they are only paid living allowance when you compare them with their colleagues in engineering and telecommunication.

In government hospitals, at entry level, doctors are paid less than N1m per annum. But they could earn higher if they specialise and become consultants.

In the medical line, specialists, including obstetricians, cardiologists, gynaecologists, dentists and surgeons were the highest earners any of these specialists working in reputable hospitals like Reddington Hospital in Lagos could earn N750,000 and above monthly.

A nurse in government hospital in Nigeria earns less than N100,000 per month. Their pay could rise to N400,000 when they become matrons.

Pharmacists are not left out; most pharmaceutical companies pay fresh graduates between N500,000 and N900,000 per annum, and it could increase to N2m or N3m after about eight- or nine-year job experience.

Teaching profession is not that competitive, a teacher’s take home pay was between the range of N50,000 and N70,000 per month in some secondary schools, and could be as high as N200,000 per month in some other schools.

Journalists –– editors to be precise –– with five to 10 years experience and they offer between N40,000 and N60,000 per month.

Lawyers do not earn much. fresh lawyers could earn between N50,000 and N120,000 per month depending on the chambers or organisations they work for.
what of geographers ?
Re: Best Paid Degrees In Nigeria (THE BITTER TRUTH) by Nobody: 9:56am On Aug 28, 2015
alentyno:
Although the importance of hard work cannot be overemphasised in any chosen profession, experts have said that studying some particular degrees will not only give you an edge in the job market, it also determines the amount of income you take home at the end of the day.

For example, in the oil and gas sector, petroleum, mechanical, chemical and electrical/electronics engineers at an entry level earn as much as N3.5m per annum, depending on the organisation.

Other high paying engineering fields include software engineers and computer engineers who employ IT skills, whether they are in the oil and gas sector or the telecommunication sector. They stand to earn as high as N400,000 per month for a start, and it could increase to about N5m to N15m per annum, depending on the years of experience.

A fresh engineering graduate in the oil and gas sector could earn between N7m and N9m per annum, which goes higher to about N12m or N15m per annum after five years of experience.

engineers in the oil and gas sectors earn the same salary, notwithstanding the area of specialisation at the entry level, until they undergo in-house training graduates with non-engineering courses like computer science, information technology, software programmers with professional certifications which include JAVA, CISCO, ORACLE and other networking skills working in the telecommunications companies would get between N200,000 and N750,000 as starters.

An Oracle specialist, database programmer, manager and software experts with five to 10 years’ working experience in a telecoms company will earn between N5m and N15m per annum.

Suffice to say, all the aformentioned top earning degrees have one thing in common ––mathematical skills.

Graduates of Economics, Accounting, Marketing as well as Banking and Finance and other business related fields working in the banking and investment sectors also get fat salaries before the recent down-sizing in the sector, a fresh graduate at the entry level in any of the new generation banks earned between N2m and N2.5m per annum.

Fresh accountants could earn fat paychecks of about N2m per annum if self-employed or working in private and multinational organisations, government still had a poor salary scale for this level of professionals.

Marketers, also known as business development officers, could earn between N50,000 and N300,000 monthly at the entry level, depending on the level of results achieved and the organisation hiring.

Medicine, law, nursing and pharmacy, which were the hot cakes in the 70‘s, 80‘s and 90‘s, were no longer paying as well as they used to be.

This is the age of the mind; the age of creativity.

It has been noted that medical doctors were poorly paid. “In fact, they are only paid living allowance when you compare them with their colleagues in engineering and telecommunication.

In government hospitals, at entry level, doctors are paid less than N1m per annum. But they could earn higher if they specialise and become consultants.

In the medical line, specialists, including obstetricians, cardiologists, gynaecologists, dentists and surgeons were the highest earners any of these specialists working in reputable hospitals like Reddington Hospital in Lagos could earn N750,000 and above monthly.

A nurse in government hospital in Nigeria earns less than N100,000 per month. Their pay could rise to N400,000 when they become matrons.

Pharmacists are not left out; most pharmaceutical companies pay fresh graduates between N500,000 and N900,000 per annum, and it could increase to N2m or N3m after about eight- or nine-year job experience.

Teaching profession is not that competitive, a teacher’s take home pay was between the range of N50,000 and N70,000 per month in some secondary schools, and could be as high as N200,000 per month in some other schools.

Journalists –– editors to be precise –– with five to 10 years experience and they offer between N40,000 and N60,000 per month.

Lawyers do not earn much. fresh lawyers could earn between N50,000 and N120,000 per month depending on the chambers or organisations they work for.
what about a fresh graduate of HRM without experience. How much does he earn per month
Re: Best Paid Degrees In Nigeria (THE BITTER TRUTH) by ayce: 11:30pm On Oct 04, 2015
Hello room, I want to ask...pls in nigeria do courses like radiography, physiology, physiotherapy and pharmacy do well, and what are the chances if them having jobs
Re: Best Paid Degrees In Nigeria (THE BITTER TRUTH) by drdrew(m): 10:57pm On Oct 20, 2015
What is the pay of IITA, Ibadan.
Re: Best Paid Degrees In Nigeria (THE BITTER TRUTH) by Mich43l(m): 12:13pm On Jan 14, 2016
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Re: Best Paid Degrees In Nigeria (THE BITTER TRUTH) by wemmyt: 2:46pm On Jan 25, 2016
good day all, please i want your idea. i am currently working with Lagos state Government but salary is peanut. With my 5+ years of experience, can I still work with a very good IT/ Engineering company?

your urgent response(s) would b more appreciated.
Re: Best Paid Degrees In Nigeria (THE BITTER TRUTH) by wemmyt: 3:29pm On Jan 25, 2016
please, I need your urgent response and kind gesture.

thank you,

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