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Jobs In Nigeria That Pay Six Figure Monthly by Omoalaji12: 7:25pm On Aug 07, 2023
Earning a six-figure salary monthly can be one of the most thrilling parts of having a job, it comes with a strong sense of financial security and accomplishment. With a six-figure monthly salary, you may not have to stall on certain things like making significant investments, pursuing personal and professional goals, indulging your lifestyle, and many other things. Depending on your spending culture and cost of living, your salary can reduce financial stress and bring you closer to experiences that may even be out of reach. It feels very good to say to someone that you earn a six-figure salary because it gives you the sense of achievement, respect, and recognition you need to boost your self-esteem. Speaking of six-figure salaries, there are a number of jobs that can allow you to earn within that range. We will discuss some of them in this article.

What is a six-figure salary?
Six-figure salary may already sound like a common phrase. However, we can not be sure, so we will explain what it really means. A six-figure salary is an income that has six digits in the numeral figure and it ranges from N100,000 - N999,999. This means that if you earn anything between these ranges monthly, you earn a six-figure salary every month. The idea behind the six-figure salary is to highlight a level of income that is significantly above the average income in several fields and areas.

Jobs that pay a six-figure salary monthly
There are several jobs that pay six-figure salaries monthly and we may not be able to exhaust them. However, come to think of it, a six-figure earner will definitely want to get a better six-figure salary because 100,000 is not the same as 200,000 or even more. So, if you already have a six-figure monthly salary, you can still check through this list to see if there are other jobs you are fit for.

Web Development
Web development belongs to the technology field and considering how positive technology has driven the economy, every profession within the field deserves great pay. Web development is the process of creating and maintaining a website or web application to serve good purposes for business owners or organizations. According to Glassdoor, while a junior web developer in Nigeria earns about N150,000 monthly, a senior web developer receives a monthly salary of N350,000.

Content Creation
Business owners, whether big or small, have swerved towards content creation as a means to attract customers who will buy their goods. Organizations or business owners who do not have the luxury of time or skills to create good, relatable, and effective content hire content creators for their businesses. The average salary for a content creator in Nigeria, according to mysalaryscale, is N105,000 monthly.

Content Strategy
The best way to get good results from any form of content is to ensure that the content aligns with the interests, preferences, and needs of a target audience and all of these are the responsibilities of a content strategist. Content strategists handle the planning, creating, adequate distribution, and management of all types of content to make sure that the goal of creating the content initially is reached. A content strategist in Nigeria earns between N155,000 - N350,000, according to Glassdoor.

Social Media Management
Whether you are a freelance social media manager or you work for a particular organization, the remuneration is usually worth the job. Social media managers schedule the posts to go on different social media apps and wait by these posts to respond to comments and engage the audience in a very interesting and most importantly, courteous manner. Also, it is the job of the social media manager to monitor how well a post is doing and document reports that can influence subsequent posts or engagement. The average monthly salary of a social media manager is N125,000, as seen on Glassdoor.

Data Scientists, Analysts & Engineers
The six-figure pay works for a number of jobs and the data people are not left out. Data analysts work with different categories of data sets, helping businesses get it right and improving their operations. Furthermore, data analysts can be hired by various types of organizations - fintech, fashion, education, and more. According to Glassdoor, Individuals who work in the data field earn between N250,000 - N900,000 monthly.

Digital Marketer
Digital marketers ensure that the right information about a good or product is disseminated in such a way that it reaches the right audience. They come up with strategies to promote these products online using channels such as social media, email, content marketing and creation, search engine optimization, and a lot more. Unlike the traditional way of marketing, the audience gets to see and hear a lot about certain products when they use the internet which is a good idea because the internet is where to find a lot of people. Digital marketers are paid an average salary of N435,000 monthly, according to salaryexplorer.

Human Resource Manager
Every organization needs a human resource person to coordinate the affairs of its employees. They are responsible for recruiting, onboarding, training, and managing employee relations. They also serve as an intermediary between the employees and the management while creating a positive work environment and contributing to the success of the organization. According to Glassdoor, human resource managers earn about N400,000 monthly on average.

Content Writers
Most businesses now have a website and when people visit, they want to be able to read their way through the website. This is why content writers skillfully craft information that users find relevant and helpful while using the website. Also, content writers make sure to improve search engine visibility by effectively using keywords and coming up with unique content. The monthly salary of content writers in Nigeria also falls within the six-figure range and according to Glassdoor, the average salary of a content writer is N154,000 naira monthly, however, a senior content writer can earn as much as N200,000 monthly.

Project Managers
The main responsibility of the project manager is to oversee the operations of a project from start to finish and this may involve working with team members, assigning tasks, aligning the budget with the project, seeking alternative ways to provide position when there is a problem, tracking the progress of the project and communicating the development to the executives of the organization. The average salary of a project manager according to Glassdoor is N504,000 monthly.

Product Designers
Product designers are responsible for how a product is perceived by its users. They generate ideas for new products and try out new concepts by sketching, prototyping, and creating mockups before finally rolling out a design that fits the users' needs and preferences. However, several tests are done after the final design to identify potential issues and rectify them before launching the product for use. The average monthly salary of a product designer in Nigeria is N405,000, as seen on Glassdoor.

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