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60,000 Salary Job In A Manufacturing Co. Or 70,000 Contract Job At Stanbic Bank? by Misturaomolayo: 8:39am On Aug 07, 2021
Dear Nairaland, Kindly push this to the front page for clarification.

Pls kindly advise appropriately if you are in my shoes , which will you opt for.

I currently work with a manufacturing company which are into production of distilleries product as an Account Officer 60,000(Entry level) with no benefits attached but job security and yearly salary review is guaranteed and now Stanbic Ibtc Bank has offered me a contract job as a Bank Teller at their V.I office at Idejo and is a 2 years contract, subject to renewal base on performance and need for service.

Pls kindly lend you voice with respect to what i should do.

Should i continue the formal or opt for the later?

Best regards.

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Re: 60,000 Salary Job In A Manufacturing Co. Or 70,000 Contract Job At Stanbic Bank? by ThreeEyedRaven: 8:43am On Aug 07, 2021
I'll take the Stanbic bank as
It's more secure.
It's better on your CV too.
It exposes you to your future customers

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Re: 60,000 Salary Job In A Manufacturing Co. Or 70,000 Contract Job At Stanbic Bank? by nuel000: 8:45am On Aug 07, 2021
I wouldn't advise anyone to go for contract job, as an account in a manufacturing firm you'll gain enough experience that can probably prepare you for same position in an O&G firm

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Re: 60,000 Salary Job In A Manufacturing Co. Or 70,000 Contract Job At Stanbic Bank? by VEXT: 9:05am On Aug 07, 2021
What do you want to do with a teller work?
Sufferhead work...

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Re: 60,000 Salary Job In A Manufacturing Co. Or 70,000 Contract Job At Stanbic Bank? by Iniobong34(m): 9:23am On Aug 07, 2021
And am here looking for work of 15k per mnth. Wel let me not call out my village people yet.

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Re: 60,000 Salary Job In A Manufacturing Co. Or 70,000 Contract Job At Stanbic Bank? by ultiabaz36(m): 9:28am On Aug 07, 2021
I will take that manufacturing job.

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Re: 60,000 Salary Job In A Manufacturing Co. Or 70,000 Contract Job At Stanbic Bank? by Rgade: 10:11am On Aug 07, 2021
Take the bank job.
Infrastructural and credit challenges are causing manufacturing companies to close down at the speed of light. Remuneration might also be erratic at the company.
It’s a gamble sha, I don’t know. Never had a job.

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Re: 60,000 Salary Job In A Manufacturing Co. Or 70,000 Contract Job At Stanbic Bank? by DropsMic(m): 10:11am On Aug 07, 2021
Bank job na die

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Re: 60,000 Salary Job In A Manufacturing Co. Or 70,000 Contract Job At Stanbic Bank? by EXLOVER(m): 10:11am On Aug 07, 2021
I will advice you to continue with your $120 job, something can just hit that bank, they will start dropping staffs and if your village people are not holiday that day, they will just submit your CV in their calabash. But we are really suffering in this country, $120 in a month? I will pay electricity, data, food, transportation, if you're a church boy you will pay tithe. How much is a pair of jean? God help your children, just save and japa

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Re: 60,000 Salary Job In A Manufacturing Co. Or 70,000 Contract Job At Stanbic Bank? by LuckyLadolce(m): 10:11am On Aug 07, 2021
You need to know what really drives you.. is it money (short term) or learning (long term). If you can identify what drive you between these two, you should be be able to make a decision that is right for you. Just know that; if money drives you, you'll keep chasing money that you won't ever get for the rest of your life while those who put learning first end up being chased by money because they would have acquired what could easily be converted to money. All the best!

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Re: 60,000 Salary Job In A Manufacturing Co. Or 70,000 Contract Job At Stanbic Bank? by ChasinGood(m): 10:12am On Aug 07, 2021
Chief,after picking one abeg refer me to the other one.
We rise by lifting others o

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Re: 60,000 Salary Job In A Manufacturing Co. Or 70,000 Contract Job At Stanbic Bank? by Noblejay7: 10:12am On Aug 07, 2021
Don't work in a bank as a contract staff . It is pure slavery. No career path and at best the number of years you will put in will only count as duties not experience. It is even worse if you are going to work as a teller. One error can send you to jail or wipe out your 6months salary. The job is time consuming and full of stress. You won't have time for personal development or side hussle.

A word is enough for the wise.

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Re: 60,000 Salary Job In A Manufacturing Co. Or 70,000 Contract Job At Stanbic Bank? by Cof1ex(m): 10:12am On Aug 07, 2021
Think future, and go for something that will give you time for yourself...
Las las na only you fit advice you..

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Re: 60,000 Salary Job In A Manufacturing Co. Or 70,000 Contract Job At Stanbic Bank? by Sysdatek: 10:12am On Aug 07, 2021
Bank teller no be job
It won't do any good to your cv
Even if you do it for 50 years

Stay in your current job and apply for same position in better firms.
Banking is a waste if precious time

Your basically a human atm if you go to stanbic

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Re: 60,000 Salary Job In A Manufacturing Co. Or 70,000 Contract Job At Stanbic Bank? by id911(m): 10:12am On Aug 07, 2021
Which kind nonsense salary be that? What would you do with that yeye salary in this kind economy? I'll rather stay at home or learn hand work to be self sufficient than do that kind work.

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Re: 60,000 Salary Job In A Manufacturing Co. Or 70,000 Contract Job At Stanbic Bank? by babyfaceafrica: 10:12am On Aug 07, 2021
ThreeEyedRaven:
I'll take the Stanbic bank as
It's more secure.
It's better on your CV too.
It exposes you to your future customers
how is a contract job secured?

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Re: 60,000 Salary Job In A Manufacturing Co. Or 70,000 Contract Job At Stanbic Bank? by tellsblinks(m): 10:12am On Aug 07, 2021
Lol... Take the one on contract
Re: 60,000 Salary Job In A Manufacturing Co. Or 70,000 Contract Job At Stanbic Bank? by Romanoff(f): 10:12am On Aug 07, 2021
There's more potential for you in the account officer position than in the contract staff bank job. There's also a clear career path and job security.

As a contract staff in any bank, frustration go kill you when you see your mates in the same bank climbing up the ladder and even younger ETs being your Oga later.

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Re: 60,000 Salary Job In A Manufacturing Co. Or 70,000 Contract Job At Stanbic Bank? by BigDawsNet: 10:12am On Aug 07, 2021
Just sleep, in your dream you spirit will reveal the right choice to you..

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Re: 60,000 Salary Job In A Manufacturing Co. Or 70,000 Contract Job At Stanbic Bank? by chrispapi11(m): 10:12am On Aug 07, 2021
You can go for the bank job because there will be room for conversion to a full staff if you are still in the age bracket.

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Re: 60,000 Salary Job In A Manufacturing Co. Or 70,000 Contract Job At Stanbic Bank? by Upaka(f): 10:13am On Aug 07, 2021
Take that manufacturing job... Olofoo angry

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Re: 60,000 Salary Job In A Manufacturing Co. Or 70,000 Contract Job At Stanbic Bank? by gbaskiboy(m): 10:13am On Aug 07, 2021
My advice continue with the manufacturing company it is secure and you might gain skill that would help you later in life. As for the Stanbic job security is 40% and you might get laid off based on hullabaloo associated with banking sectors. Make your choice, your decision now can determine the outcome of your future

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Re: 60,000 Salary Job In A Manufacturing Co. Or 70,000 Contract Job At Stanbic Bank? by Yommychrz(m): 10:13am On Aug 07, 2021
I will advise you go for the manufacturing job because there are some hidden benefits

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Re: 60,000 Salary Job In A Manufacturing Co. Or 70,000 Contract Job At Stanbic Bank? by iHart(m): 10:13am On Aug 07, 2021
Have you not answered the question when you said the manufacturing job is secured with yearly salary review while the stanbic job is a 2 year contract job?

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Re: 60,000 Salary Job In A Manufacturing Co. Or 70,000 Contract Job At Stanbic Bank? by kkelvin(m): 10:13am On Aug 07, 2021
Misturaomolayo:
Dear Nairaland, Kindly push this to the front page for clarification.

Pls kindly advise appropriately if you are in my shoes , which will you opt for.

I currently work with a manufacturing company which are into production of distilleries product as an Account Officer 60,000(Entry level) with no benefits attached but job security and yearly salary review is guaranteed and now Stanbic Ibtc Bank has offered me a contract job as a Bank Teller at their V.I office at Idejo and is a 2 years contract, subject to renewal base on performance and need for service.

Pls kindly lend you voice with respect to what i should do.

Should i continue the formal or opt for the later?

Best regards.


I'll go for the manufacturing job, boss. It's a great place to learn process and materials and know-how. You might even get to meet people. It's a good place to start/learn whatever big thing you might want to do in the future.

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Re: 60,000 Salary Job In A Manufacturing Co. Or 70,000 Contract Job At Stanbic Bank? by OlawaleBammie: 10:13am On Aug 07, 2021
Misturaomolayo:
Dear Nairaland, Kindly push this to the front page for clarification.

Pls kindly advise appropriately if you are in my shoes , which will you opt for.

I currently work with a manufacturing company which are into production of distilleries product as an Account Officer 60,000(Entry level) with no benefits attached but job security and yearly salary review is guaranteed and now Stanbic Ibtc Bank has offered me a contract job as a Bank Teller at their V.I office at Idejo and is a 2 years contract, subject to renewal base on performance and need for service.

Pls kindly lend you voice with respect to what i should do.

Should i continue the formal or opt for the later?

Best regards.
Pls dont do any contract job with any bank, hear ursef out, u said ur current job is secured and yearly reviewing of salary is guaranteed. To me I dont know the difference between 60k and 70k


Well, other hidden reason could be determinants sha.

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Re: 60,000 Salary Job In A Manufacturing Co. Or 70,000 Contract Job At Stanbic Bank? by ramatintin(m): 10:14am On Aug 07, 2021
Op you better stay your 60k work cos by the time your contract expires and no renewal comes forth then you will know the meaning of so help me God

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Re: 60,000 Salary Job In A Manufacturing Co. Or 70,000 Contract Job At Stanbic Bank? by micellgevity: 10:14am On Aug 07, 2021
Banking job na scrap. Maintain your lane.

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Re: 60,000 Salary Job In A Manufacturing Co. Or 70,000 Contract Job At Stanbic Bank? by AntiWailer: 10:15am On Aug 07, 2021
I will advise u take the bank job.

You will meet new people and if u develop urself there are opportunities every where.
Re: 60,000 Salary Job In A Manufacturing Co. Or 70,000 Contract Job At Stanbic Bank? by zera(m): 10:15am On Aug 07, 2021
Bank teller experience is utter rubbish on CV. As an account officer in a manufacturing firm, 2 years work experience can catapult you to a bigger firm with a much better pay.

Think

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Re: 60,000 Salary Job In A Manufacturing Co. Or 70,000 Contract Job At Stanbic Bank? by badooo(m): 10:15am On Aug 07, 2021
If you are Less than 30 years and you have a bsc certificate, take the Stanbic job, there is a high chance that you will be converted to a full staff, if not take d account officer job

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