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Re: Lets Discus Payrolls In Nigeria. What Is Your Monthly Salary? by Bynz: 9:51pm On Feb 04
Nigerian Proffessors in Nigeria are not helping matters at all their knowledge only ends on white paper they don't create anything tangible to alleviate the suffering in this nation as compared to their counterpart in foreign countries that are using their Professorial knowledge in creating developing things in their respective fields!
yeme7:



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 encryptjay(m): 9:54pm On Feb 04
ArticleBeast:

I am in the north but this Boko haram and their issue will definitely restrict me. I will take your suggestion into consideration. Thanks
I thought it's in the North East that there are many NGOs?

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Re: Lets Discus Payrolls In Nigeria. What Is Your Monthly Salary? by Guest911: 9:57pm 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
Salary: 1.8million per month
Software engineer
Bsc comp sci
5years
Can't mention
Location Lagos

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Re: Lets Discus Payrolls In Nigeria. What Is Your Monthly Salary? by Bynz: 9:59pm On Feb 04
How many months are there in a term for secondary schools?

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
Re: Lets Discus Payrolls In Nigeria. What Is Your Monthly Salary? by Designer123: 10:08pm 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.
You really worked hard sir. What about prospect for web development. Are there enough opportunities for web developers in Nigeria.
Re: Lets Discus Payrolls In Nigeria. What Is Your Monthly Salary? by fairy88: 10:11pm On Feb 04
Guest911:

Salary: 1.8million per month
Software engineer
Bsc comp sci
5years
Can't mention
Location Lagos
Aw sir please employ me na

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Re: Lets Discus Payrolls In Nigeria. What Is Your Monthly Salary? by Nobody: 10:16pm On Feb 04
well mine is 25k. A classroom teacher. But this is madness.

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Re: Lets Discus Payrolls In Nigeria. What Is Your Monthly Salary? by lisimmo(m): 10:18pm On Feb 04
Designer123:
You really worked hard sir. What about prospect for web development. Are there enough opportunities for web developers in Nigeria.

There are more than enough. The key is one needs to be really good in the field.

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Re: Lets Discus Payrolls In Nigeria. What Is Your Monthly Salary? by Nobody: 10:28pm On Feb 04
Guest911:
Salary: 1.8million per month Software engineer Bsc comp sci 5years Can't mention Location Lagos
well i dnt believe u

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Re: Lets Discus Payrolls In Nigeria. What Is Your Monthly Salary? by Slimfeez(m): 10:29pm On Feb 04
Kekereekun123:
440k assistant manager
In a consulting form
Bsc, aca and mba.
Nigeria sucks just got my.canadian copr leaving soon
... let relate about this Canadian stuff bro, thanks

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Re: Lets Discus Payrolls In Nigeria. What Is Your Monthly Salary? by Guest911: 10:48pm On Feb 04
Ranks007:
well i dnt believe u
lol I don’t care.
Update I know i didn’t mention it’s an offshore company. But really it doesn’t matter to me if you believe or not. I know someone earning 1.2million at betking and it’s not even offshore.

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Re: Lets Discus Payrolls In Nigeria. What Is Your Monthly Salary? by Guest911: 10:49pm On Feb 04
fairy88:

Aw sir please employ me na
I don’t have a company yet. I jut invest in other businesses

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Re: Lets Discus Payrolls In Nigeria. What Is Your Monthly Salary? by unbranded13(f): 10:51pm On Feb 04
Bsc, aca and mba.
Nigeria sucks just got my.canadian copr leaving so

Is it ican or ACCA...I would like to connect with u,I have lots of questions to ask...thanks
Re: Lets Discus Payrolls In Nigeria. What Is Your Monthly Salary? by jeph19(m): 10:55pm On Feb 04
sseunth:
Salary = can't say
Position = none
Qualification= btech in industrial chemistry
Experience =

I'm into mini importation and earning enough
Show me road boss
Re: Lets Discus Payrolls In Nigeria. What Is Your Monthly Salary? by shaicollins(m): 10:56pm On Feb 04
Please what state ?
Re: Lets Discus Payrolls In Nigeria. What Is Your Monthly Salary? by Prakash247(m): 10:59pm On Feb 04
nanakgh:
180k
High Court Registrar/ Court Clerk
LL.b Degree
Been working for 7 months
Judicial Service
Do you work in Lagos?

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Re: Lets Discus Payrolls In Nigeria. What Is Your Monthly Salary? by AK481(m): 11:04pm On Feb 04
Alakoba
Re: Lets Discus Payrolls In Nigeria. What Is Your Monthly Salary? by carnal: 11:08pm On Feb 04
Lastly, tell us your location/state?remote(rig/offshore)

I drove taxi after graduation,taught jamb classes,then ran car/laundry shop then venture into farming(harvesting crops) before oil and gas opportunity came.continue doing your part,baba God go pick ur call las las

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Re: Lets Discus Payrolls In Nigeria. What Is Your Monthly Salary? by YorubaPrince: 11:09pm On Feb 04
carnal:

What is your Salary?2.1M+
What is your Position? Subsurface/Drilling engineer
What is your Qualification?bsc,MSC,professional certs
How many year/s experience?11yrs
Organization or company name?can't say(oil and gas)
Lastly, tell us your location/state?remote(rig/offshore)

I drove taxi after graduation,taught jamb classes,then ran car/laundry shop then venture into farming(harvesting crops) before oil and gas opportunity came

Re: Lets Discus Payrolls In Nigeria. What Is Your Monthly Salary? by carnal: 11:13pm On Feb 04
[quote author=YorubaPrince post=86383952][/quote]
Am a rig supretendent,you can Google or enquire what that means in oil and gas
Re: Lets Discus Payrolls In Nigeria. What Is Your Monthly Salary? by okeyben10: 11:22pm On Feb 04
bendazum:



After paying them peanuts I guess?

Lol
Someone says he's earning 400k per term you're calling him out for paying his teachers peanuts??

Is his own salary not peanuts?

A term is basically 4months plus hols. So as a CEO, he practically earns 100k per month, best case scenario, even wt all d work and risks involved.

Trust me, whatever satisfaction he's getting right now is in hopes that d school will become bigger

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Re: Lets Discus Payrolls In Nigeria. What Is Your Monthly Salary? by lewis512(m): 11:41pm 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.
Am a junior python Developer please, won’t mind if I can get an intern experience at your start up and I believe I can surely add value with my knowledge of python flask and database management

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Re: Lets Discus Payrolls In Nigeria. What Is Your Monthly Salary? by Victoronah1: 11:42pm On Feb 04
I make 450 - 1million per month depending on how much time I work. What is the need limiting yourself to state and federal jobs. Before you ask me to disclose the job, be creative and think. Lowest salary I've made is 450k. Highest I've made in a month 2.7million. Average 1million per month.i get paid in dollars that's why oo

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Re: Lets Discus Payrolls In Nigeria. What Is Your Monthly Salary? by azpekuliar(m): 11:49pm On Feb 04
Industry/Organization: A firm of Estate Surveyors & Valuers

Monthly salary: N225,000 per month (net of all deductions)

Years worked: 9.5 years post-NYSC

Qualification: B.Sc. Estate Management

Role: Estate Surveyor

Location: Lagos.

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Re: Lets Discus Payrolls In Nigeria. What Is Your Monthly Salary? by Iceberghill(m): 12:04am On Feb 05
Salary- 30k

Position- Quality control


Company- Pharmaceutical


Qualification B. Sc Industrial Chemistry


Experience- 3 years

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Re: Lets Discus Payrolls In Nigeria. What Is Your Monthly Salary? by MeKshow(m): 12:08am On Feb 05
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.

What an inspiring story... Kindly help with some of ur wide range of learning resource... Kshow.aj@mail.com

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Re: Lets Discus Payrolls In Nigeria. What Is Your Monthly Salary? by Nobody: 12:08am On Feb 05
33K
NYSC member

Physiology

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Re: Lets Discus Payrolls In Nigeria. What Is Your Monthly Salary? by Engrpj(m): 12:09am On Feb 05
Monthly Salary: 845k
Qualification : B.Sc.
Working with NGO

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Re: Lets Discus Payrolls In Nigeria. What Is Your Monthly Salary? by Nobody: 12:26am On Feb 05
carnal:
What is your Salary?2.1M+
What is your Position? Subsurface/Drilling engineer
What is your Qualification?bsc,MSC,professional certs
How many year/s experience?11yrs
Organization or company name?can't say(oil and gas)
Lastly, tell us your location/state?remote(rig/offshore)

I drove taxi after graduation,taught jamb classes,then ran car/laundry shop then venture into farming(harvesting crops) before oil and gas opportunity came.continue doing your part,baba God go pick ur call las las
Amen ooo
Re: Lets Discus Payrolls In Nigeria. What Is Your Monthly Salary? by Ibkabasa(m): 12:40am On Feb 05
Engrpj:
Monthly Salary: 845k
Qualification : B.Sc.
Working with NGO
Can we talk about this sir.
Re: Lets Discus Payrolls In Nigeria. What Is Your Monthly Salary? by Owerri1stSon: 1:14am On Feb 05
33k.... NYSC allawee grin grin
Re: Lets Discus Payrolls In Nigeria. What Is Your Monthly Salary? by budaatum: 1:32am On Feb 05
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
Like 101, lol. NGO. Volunteer.

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