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Lets Discus Payrolls In Nigeria. What Is Your Monthly Salary? by bizlinks(m): 10:20am On Feb 04
Let's bring the Salary scale in Nigeria by the companies and organizations. Hide your identity please, by not adding personal info.

What is your Salary?
What is your Position?
What is your Qualification?
How many year/s experience?
Organization or company name?
Lastly, tell us your location/state?


This will help employers know the salary of different professions and what to offer new employees, and will also help employees know their supposed earning. Thank you

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Re: Lets Discus Payrolls In Nigeria. What Is Your Monthly Salary? by yeme7: 10:47am On Feb 04
bizlinks:
Let's bring the Salary scale in Nigeria by the companies here. Hide your identity please, by not adding personal info.

What is your Salary?
What is your Position?
What is your Qualification?
How many year/s experience?

This will help employers know the salary of different professions and what to offer new employees, and will also help employees know their supposed earning. Thank you

15k
Receptionist
B. A
Currently working

Imagine the nonsense country
I had no choice

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Re: Lets Discus Payrolls In Nigeria. What Is Your Monthly Salary? by bizlinks(m): 11:02am On Feb 04
yeme7:


15k
Receptionist
B. A
Currently working

Imagine the nonsense country
I had no choice

DAMN! Are you serious Like for real!

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Re: Lets Discus Payrolls In Nigeria. What Is Your Monthly Salary? by yeme7: 11:14am On Feb 04
bizlinks:


DAMN! Are you serious Like for real!

Yes brotherly, done with nysc last year, I had no choice, I don't want to involve myself with illegal jobs, so I decided to do it and beside, I wasn't even treated well, Oga keep on shouting on me every day by day... Man gato get small change for pocket... When helper is not coming from nowhere, one have to believe in God...

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Re: Lets Discus Payrolls In Nigeria. What Is Your Monthly Salary? by OKUCHI11(m): 11:56am On Feb 04
mine is a primary school teacher...15 k ... location is in Sokoto state...am done with NYSC.... My qualification is BSc .... the salary is just... barely enough to take care of my needs... but I do go to do manual jobs after closing hours till 10 pm... it's in this period of time that I can relate to the term called Starvation Wage in Sociology...by Karl Marx

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Re: Lets Discus Payrolls In Nigeria. What Is Your Monthly Salary? by Loooooooogstory: 11:58am On Feb 04
Salary 13k
primary school teacher

Qualification BA
5years experience in diverse sectors.
The pay is ridiculously low but what can I do? No one will dash you ordinary 6k talkless of 13k.
I am praying God provides a miracle. The kids are fun but when I get home, depression holds strong on me

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Re: Lets Discus Payrolls In Nigeria. What Is Your Monthly Salary? by yeme7: 12:31pm On Feb 04
OKUCHI11:
mine is a primary school teacher...15 k ... location is in Sokoto state...am done with NYSC.... My qualification is BSc .... the salary is just... barely enough to take care of my needs... but I do go to do manual jobs after closing hours till 10 pm... it's in this period of time that I can relate to the term called Starvation Wage in Sociology...by Karl Marx


Life is so unbearable and life ain't long and I always have a rethink if we gonna make it someday... Its really depressing

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Re: Lets Discus Payrolls In Nigeria. What Is Your Monthly Salary? by yeme7: 12:31pm On Feb 04
Loooooooogstory:
Salary 13k
primary school teacher

Qualification BA
5years experience in diverse sectors.
The pay is ridiculously low but what can I do? No one will dash you ordinary 6k talkless of 13k.
I am praying God provides a miracle. The kids are fun but when I get home, depression holds strong on me


We gonna make it someday

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Re: Lets Discus Payrolls In Nigeria. What Is Your Monthly Salary? by bularuz(m): 12:34pm On Feb 04
yeme7:



We gonna make it someday

Story

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Re: Lets Discus Payrolls In Nigeria. What Is Your Monthly Salary? by yeme7: 12:40pm On Feb 04
bularuz:


Story

Story so I heard sha...

Even me self I don't believe on that self �‍♂️
Re: Lets Discus Payrolls In Nigeria. What Is Your Monthly Salary? by Nobody: 12:52pm On Feb 04
This is heartbreaking please sorry to say this y'all are still unemployed this is no where near monthly stipend

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Re: Lets Discus Payrolls In Nigeria. What Is Your Monthly Salary? by queenfav(f): 12:56pm On Feb 04
Wow..I don't doubt the salaries quoted here because as a lawyer duly called to bar,i was getting N10k salary at my first job.I quit law practice some years later to face my business.

Today i can afford to pay my ssce/OND shop assistant more than that(20-25k) including other bonuses like 13th month salary when the year ends.

I tell people getting educated in Nigeria is just for the sake of having a degree and bragging rights of "I am a graduate".There are not enough good paying jobs to go round the large number of graduates being churned out yearly by our universities and polytechnics.

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I will definitely ensure my daughter learns a skill or trade, in addition to going to school.It's those artisans and workmen we look down on that are making good money.A POP installer charged us N36000 as his workmanship fee for screeding and skirting done on our living room wall,2 door panels and our passage.While he was doing our job,he had 2 other jobs at hand that he sent his boys to do, of which one was a big job of doing POP on the ceiling of a duplex.
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Now calculate how much he makes in a month.This is someone from Togo who isn't even an ssce holder.He is married,living well and has kids that are all well cared for.
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If a good paying job isn't forthcoming,It is wise to dump that your certificate for some time and hit the streets.Its far better than collecting 15k after graduating from a university.

Learn fashion design, welding, Painting, Electric fence installation, Hair dressing , Catering etc They are the big men in town o,forget suit and tie jobs for a while,many can only pay peanuts.

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As you Hustle, you can still be applying for jobs that pay well.Maybe one day,luck may smile on you.

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Re: Lets Discus Payrolls In Nigeria. What Is Your Monthly Salary? by yeme7: 12:57pm On Feb 04
azimo:
This is heartbreaking please sorry to say this y'all are still unemployed this is no where near monthly stipend

Thanks for sympathizing with us
Re: Lets Discus Payrolls In Nigeria. What Is Your Monthly Salary? by Nobody: 1:02pm On Feb 04
yeme7:


Thanks for sympathizing with us
come out and join the movement for the disintegrating of that British company called Nigeria, that's the solution to ur better life

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Re: Lets Discus Payrolls In Nigeria. What Is Your Monthly Salary? by Brainiac12(m): 1:03pm On Feb 04
70k forex instructor

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Re: Lets Discus Payrolls In Nigeria. What Is Your Monthly Salary? by Trojan8: 1:29pm On Feb 04
And I am complaining about my first job of 50k pre nysc. Damn! Country hard

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Re: Lets Discus Payrolls In Nigeria. What Is Your Monthly Salary? by nanakgh(m): 1:30pm On Feb 04
180k
High Court Registrar/ Court Clerk
LL.b Degree
Been working for 7 months
Judicial Service

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Re: Lets Discus Payrolls In Nigeria. What Is Your Monthly Salary? by Wanity(m): 1:31pm On Feb 04
A. 48k

B. Security guard

C. SSCE

Modified
D. 1yrs

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Re: Lets Discus Payrolls In Nigeria. What Is Your Monthly Salary? by bizlinks(m): 1:33pm On Feb 04
Trojan8:
And I am complaining about my first job of 50k pre nysc. Damn! Country hard

Thank Your God
Re: Lets Discus Payrolls In Nigeria. What Is Your Monthly Salary? by annayawchee: 1:41pm On Feb 04
Wanity:
A. 48k

B. Security guard

C. SSCE

Modified
D. 1yrs


Let me guess zenith / uba

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Re: Lets Discus Payrolls In Nigeria. What Is Your Monthly Salary? by Wanity(m): 1:42pm On Feb 04
annayawchee:
Let me guess zenith / uba

None I double my hustle

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Re: Lets Discus Payrolls In Nigeria. What Is Your Monthly Salary? by yeme7: 1:48pm On Feb 04
azimo:
come out and join the movement for the disintegrating of that British company called Nigeria, that's the solution to ur better life


How?
?
Don't we have so called professors?
Who claimed to be knowledgeable of all

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Re: Lets Discus Payrolls In Nigeria. What Is Your Monthly Salary? by yeme7: 1:49pm On Feb 04
nanakgh:
180k
High Court Registrar/ Court Clerk
LL.b Degree
Been working for 7 months
Judicial Service

You better be happy

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Re: Lets Discus Payrolls In Nigeria. What Is Your Monthly Salary? by Nobody: 1:51pm On Feb 04
yeme7:



How?
?
Don't we have so called professors?
Who claimed to be knowledgeable of all
bro please don't decieve ur self which professor ? Some one like osibanjo right ? My man anything that has to do with Nigeria is false. Decide ur fate now join the movement

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Re: Lets Discus Payrolls In Nigeria. What Is Your Monthly Salary? by nanakgh(m): 1:52pm On Feb 04
yeme7:


You better be happy

I thank God everyday bruh. It's not so much, but it's enough to save and keep body and soul together. But believe me, we're all going to have better days. Let's all just keep fighting bro.

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Re: Lets Discus Payrolls In Nigeria. What Is Your Monthly Salary? by yeme7: 1:54pm On Feb 04
azimo:
bro please don't decieve ur self which professor ? Some one like osibanjo right ? My man anything that has to do with Nigeria is false. Decide ur fate now join the movement


What's the movement all about self??
Re: Lets Discus Payrolls In Nigeria. What Is Your Monthly Salary? by yeme7: 1:54pm On Feb 04
nanakgh:


I thank God everyday bruh. It's not so much, but it's enough to save and keep body and soul together. But believe me, we're all going to have better days. Let's all just keep fighting bro.


You are just lucky
Re: Lets Discus Payrolls In Nigeria. What Is Your Monthly Salary? by Nobody: 1:56pm On Feb 04
yeme7:



What's the movement all about self??
to disintegrate the British experiment in Africa . Nigeria can never work for you or me, so many talents are trapped in that British company
Re: Lets Discus Payrolls In Nigeria. What Is Your Monthly Salary? by Zeesugar: 2:00pm On Feb 04
azimo:
bro please don't decieve ur self which professor ? Some one like osibanjo right ? My man anything that has to do with Nigeria is false. Decide ur fate now join the movement
on top pay roll?
Re: Lets Discus Payrolls In Nigeria. What Is Your Monthly Salary? by Nobody: 2:01pm On Feb 04
Zeesugar:

on top pay roll?
your life will change not just u but the generation unborn
Re: Lets Discus Payrolls In Nigeria. What Is Your Monthly Salary? by annayawchee: 2:08pm On Feb 04
Wanity:


None I double my hustle
nice!!! I did that job before, mehn the insult and embarrassment no be here.

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Re: Lets Discus Payrolls In Nigeria. What Is Your Monthly Salary? by Wanity(m): 2:12pm On Feb 04
annayawchee:
nice!!! I did that job before, mehn the insult and embarrassment no be here.

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Na person wey close eye sleep well in the night dey wake up smile in the morning

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