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Re: Lets Discus Payrolls In Nigeria. What Is Your Monthly Salary? by gunuvi(m): 5:38pm On Feb 04
Mine is 280k
Executive Director of a national NGO.

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Re: Lets Discus Payrolls In Nigeria. What Is Your Monthly Salary? by Weedsmoker(m): 5:43pm On Feb 04
Salary=100k-500k
Position=Metal scraps dealer.
Qualifications= SSCE holder.
Experience=2 years.
Company name=No name for now.

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Re: Lets Discus Payrolls In Nigeria. What Is Your Monthly Salary? by yeme7: 5:48pm On Feb 04
gunuvi:
Mine is 280k
Executive Director of a national NGO.

Can you please get me NGO job
Re: Lets Discus Payrolls In Nigeria. What Is Your Monthly Salary? by ArticleBeast: 5:50pm On Feb 04
gunuvi:
Mine is 280k
Executive Director of a national NGO.
I would love to work in a NGO someday o... Can you please give me guideline on how I can achieve this? Already working as a Freelance writer which pays well but working with one is a lifelong dream.
Re: Lets Discus Payrolls In Nigeria. What Is Your Monthly Salary? by Athiefku: 5:52pm On Feb 04
bizlinks:
Why turning this thread to a discussion ground instead of the real purpose

What is your Salary?
What is your Position?
What is your Qualification?
How many year/s experience?
The organisation or company name?

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


This forum should limit users to one comment per thread. Sadly the owner has abandoned the site.

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Re: Lets Discus Payrolls In Nigeria. What Is Your Monthly Salary? by queenfav(f): 6:13pm On Feb 04
Mrceejay:
if what you have written here is true, it means we still have some sane Nigerians on this forum.. God bless you madam for this encouragement.
thanks bro
Re: Lets Discus Payrolls In Nigeria. What Is Your Monthly Salary? by queenfav(f): 6:14pm On Feb 04
budaatum:
See the hustle of a worker as described below! Some of you have jobs but no work, is what it seems to me!

Those of you earning well should please educate those who aren't. Education and smartwork usually pays.

Oh. And sorry I can't say how much I earn.
I am too ashamed!

It is well o..

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Re: Lets Discus Payrolls In Nigeria. What Is Your Monthly Salary? by Kekereekun123: 6:42pm On Feb 04
440k assistant manager
In a consulting form
Bsc, aca and mba.
Nigeria sucks just got my.canadian copr leaving soon

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Re: Lets Discus Payrolls In Nigeria. What Is Your Monthly Salary? by sweetrace(f): 6:48pm 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

What you’re talking about is a palliative and not a solution because that’s not even the problem. The artisans who make all these money are often self employed with much needed skills. Getting all the qualifications in the world without adding value to society is useless. People with first degrees have to understand that this is just basic and they need to make themselves relevant then they can get better pay.

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Re: Lets Discus Payrolls In Nigeria. What Is Your Monthly Salary? by LOVEGINO(m): 7:09pm On Feb 04
bizlinks:
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
hahahahaha. Dis op is not a Nigerian. With all the Wahala wey dey country, u dey ask me to expose mysef. U nor see me. My fellow Nigerians, make Una nor mind d op.

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Re: Lets Discus Payrolls In Nigeria. What Is Your Monthly Salary? by SenecaTheYonger(m): 7:40pm On Feb 04
nanakgh:
180k
High Court Registrar/ Court Clerk
LL.b Degree
Been working for 7 months
Judicial Service

Naira or cedis?
Re: Lets Discus Payrolls In Nigeria. What Is Your Monthly Salary? by cybug: 7:46pm On Feb 04
generationz:


If I may ask, why haven't you gotten your HND?

This is one of the problems with our people, they're always about certificates.

If he tells you how many Bsc and Msc holders are below him you'd be shocked.

You don't know the skills and experiences he's got.

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Re: Lets Discus Payrolls In Nigeria. What Is Your Monthly Salary? by gunuvi(m): 7:47pm On Feb 04
ArticleBeast:

I would love to work in a NGO someday o... Can you please give me guideline on how I can achieve this? Already working as a Freelance writer which pays well but working with one is a lifelong dream.
Best way to get it is to first look for an ngo around you and volunteer. By that you will be getting information on available vacancies around you that you can apply for

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Re: Lets Discus Payrolls In Nigeria. What Is Your Monthly Salary? by Alooone: 7:51pm On Feb 04
generationz:
Are my eyes deceiving me or the guys with the first few answers joking? shocked

You mean some schools still pay secondary school teachers 13k in 2020?

Local woman cannot can. lipsrsealed
Lol, dey there..my first salary was 12k as an assistant veterinary doctor in a popular farm in Kano

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Re: Lets Discus Payrolls In Nigeria. What Is Your Monthly Salary? by cybug: 7:52pm On Feb 04
Homeboiy:
I don't work for anyone

A phone technician

I don't know how much I make in a month cos

But I do save 15k monthly

Others are for Enjoyment, school stuffs and light n house rents

I'll advise guys to learn phone repairs.

You will never go broke with this skill

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Re: Lets Discus Payrolls In Nigeria. What Is Your Monthly Salary? by Alooone: 7:54pm On Feb 04
gunuvi:
Mine is 280k
Executive Director of a national NGO.
Sir help a sister find somewhere for me in your company
Re: Lets Discus Payrolls In Nigeria. What Is Your Monthly Salary? by Ehibiggirl(f): 8:05pm On Feb 04
yeme7:


Story so I heard sha...

Even me self I don't believe on that self �‍♂️
you have nothing to gain by loosing hope
It would cost nothing to stay positive and believing than to start believing otherwise.
I wish you all the best and pray something great finds you soon.
Re: Lets Discus Payrolls In Nigeria. What Is Your Monthly Salary? by lisimmo(m): 8:07pm On Feb 04
Monthly Salary : N860,000 (with bonus); N660,000 (without bonus).

Monthly Side Hustle: N0.00 - N500,000.

Years of experience: 7

Qualifications: B.Sc & M.Sc (Electrical/Electronic)

Role: Senior software engineer

Industry: Information Tech

*I can't disclose company.

Seeing ppls Salary up there sent shivers down my spine.

As at 2014 I didn't have any job. I picked up software development downloaded several video tutorials online and I started working. I dedicated more than 11 hours daily to this.
I would wake up 6 a.m. as if I was going to the office. Gradually improved and started building apps.
Then in 2016 January I got my first job in Lagos as a junior Dev. My salary was 120k. I learnt very fast on the job and improved my skills.

Within a year, I got inside also that paid me 250k alongside my current job. I also got promoted on my current job so my salary became around 180 k.

Then in 2018 I got another job with another company that was paying me over 500k. I kept improving and I was receiving promotion till my salary hit what it currently is well I kept my side job.

But even with my current job plus side also I still believe in entrepreneurship, so I started up my own company but I'm still funding it to make it profitable.

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Re: Lets Discus Payrolls In Nigeria. What Is Your Monthly Salary? by Juicy24(f): 8:11pm On Feb 04
kaybaba25:
I don't receive salary am the boss as a proprietor of a private school I earn between 300k -400k per term after paying my teachers
Now how much do you pay your teachers?
Awon private school of 15k

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Re: Lets Discus Payrolls In Nigeria. What Is Your Monthly Salary? by Twirelex: 8:23pm On Feb 04
lisimmo:
Monthly Salary : N860,000 (with bonus); N660,000 (without bonus).

Monthly Side Hustle: N0.00 - N500,000.

Years of experience: 7

Qualifications: B.Sc & M.Sc (Electrical/Electronic)

Role: Senior software engineer

Industry: Information Tech

*I can't disclose company.

Seeing ppls Salary up there sent shivers down my spine.

As at 2014 I didn't have any job. I picked up software development downloaded several video tutorials online and I started working. I dedicated more than 11 hours daily to this.
I would wake up 6 a.m. as if I was going to the office. Gradually improved and started building apps.
Then in 2016 January I got my first job in Lagos as a junior Dev. My salary was 120k. I learnt very fast on the job and improved my skills.

Within a year, I got inside also that paid me 250k alongside my current job. I also got promoted on my current job so my salary became around 180 k.

Then in 2018 I got another job with another company that was paying me over 500k. I kept improving and I was receiving promotion till my salary hit what it currently is well I kept my side job.

But even with my current job plus side also I still believe in entrepreneurship, so I started up my own company but I'm still funding it to make it profitable.
chairman
860,000 with bonus
660,000 without bonus


I hail

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Re: Lets Discus Payrolls In Nigeria. What Is Your Monthly Salary? by nanakgh(m): 8:26pm On Feb 04
SenecaTheYonger:


Naira or cedis?

I know the thread is meant for Nigerians, Sir. I was just adding my own being a young, hustling man, like most of you. But yes, my salary is 2,700 Ghana cedis a month, which is the equivalent of 180k naira.

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Re: Lets Discus Payrolls In Nigeria. What Is Your Monthly Salary? by nanakgh(m): 8:29pm On Feb 04
queenfav:
hehehe,go and do Thanksgiving o.I have an LLB and BL, the highest salary I was paid while practicing was That your salary na LNG standard abeg.


Was shocked when I read your comment, Counsel. With that your BL you'd make a whole lot more even as a first yr associate here. But the thread is meant for Nigeria, so let me not derail.
Re: Lets Discus Payrolls In Nigeria. What Is Your Monthly Salary? by Surveyoruzoma: 8:33pm On Feb 04
30k security guard certificate hnd in public administration, what do expect from buhari government a man without secondary School certificate being your president

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Re: Lets Discus Payrolls In Nigeria. What Is Your Monthly Salary? by kenobi007(m): 8:35pm On Feb 04
for all the workers earning 100k and above in Lagos or Abuja. Contact me for your quick loans. 090*318*317*15
Re: Lets Discus Payrolls In Nigeria. What Is Your Monthly Salary? by SenecaTheYonger(m): 8:43pm On Feb 04
nanakgh:


I know the thread is meant for Nigerians, Sir. I was just adding my own being a young, hustling man, like most of you. But yes, my salary is 2,700 Ghana cedis a month, which is the equivalent of 180k naira.

Oh okay.
Re: Lets Discus Payrolls In Nigeria. What Is Your Monthly Salary? by adeborode: 9:04pm On Feb 04
Current salary 110k
Hub manager
BSC (Ed)
Experience 3yrs

Certified data analyst now and good in advance excel ?
Still looking better offer as Data analyst

U can contact me 08059066742

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Re: Lets Discus Payrolls In Nigeria. What Is Your Monthly Salary? by yungbillionaire(m): 9:07pm On Feb 04
queenfav:
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.

.
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.
.
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.

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


My sister I don't know you but I just love you.....God you spoke out what my heart has been crying

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Re: Lets Discus Payrolls In Nigeria. What Is Your Monthly Salary? by queenfav(f): 9:07pm On Feb 04
nanakgh:



Was shocked when I read your comment, Counsel. With that your BL you'd make a whole lot more even as a first yr associate here. But the thread is meant for Nigeria, so let me not derail.
lol..I have colleagues who are 6 years at the bar earning 20k.

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Re: Lets Discus Payrolls In Nigeria. What Is Your Monthly Salary? by telkevog(m): 9:38pm On Feb 04
yeme7:


15k
Receptionist
B. A
Currently working

Imagine the nonsense country
I had no choice
Keep searching my dear, you are not yet employed! May God help you find something meaningful.

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Re: Lets Discus Payrolls In Nigeria. What Is Your Monthly Salary? by ArticleBeast: 9:39pm On Feb 04
gunuvi:

Best way to get it is to first look for an ngo around you and volunteer. By that you will be getting information on available vacancies around you that you can apply for
I am in the north but this Boko haram and their issue will definitely restrict me. I will take your suggestion into consideration. Thanks

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Re: Lets Discus Payrolls In Nigeria. What Is Your Monthly Salary? by mytime24(f): 9:42pm On Feb 04
Gaint of africa my foot

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Re: Lets Discus Payrolls In Nigeria. What Is Your Monthly Salary? by bendazum: 9:45pm On Feb 04
kaybaba25:
I don't receive salary am the boss as a proprietor of a private school I earn between 300k -400k per term after paying my teachers


After paying them peanuts I guess?

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