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500k Per Month In Nigeria Or 2000pounds Per Month In The Uk by ORACULUM(m): 9:14am On Jun 10
Kindly state your option with reasons to help a brother make a decision on what to choose from?
Lessons in the comment please.

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Re: 500k Per Month In Nigeria Or 2000pounds Per Month In The Uk by doggedfighter(f): 9:18am On Jun 10
Na so !


Another feel good thread.😂

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Re: 500k Per Month In Nigeria Or 2000pounds Per Month In The Uk by ModJ1(m): 9:21am On Jun 10
Honestly they're both still average based on the country economy. But #500k job anywhere else except Lagos, Abuja, PH, currently is a go👍🏽

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Re: 500k Per Month In Nigeria Or 2000pounds Per Month In The Uk by WhiteIverson: 9:51am On Jun 10
You should go for the 3rd option

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Re: 500k Per Month In Nigeria Or 2000pounds Per Month In The Uk by eleniyan2020: 10:04am On Jun 10
ModJ1:
Honestly they're both still average based on the country economy. But #500k job anywhere else except Lagos, Abuja, PH, currently is a go👍🏽
Abuja is not bad with 500k..

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Re: 500k Per Month In Nigeria Or 2000pounds Per Month In The Uk by Benbisco(f): 10:12am On Jun 10
WhiteIverson:
You should go for the 3rd option

cheesy cheesy cheesy cheesy
Which is?

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Re: 500k Per Month In Nigeria Or 2000pounds Per Month In The Uk by Simplecity(m): 10:21am On Jun 10
As a Nigerian i fit speak for Nigeria
Imagine being single with a 500k per month job, that is work from home, you come dey live with your parents
who have their own jobs.....now that is kind of bliss.

The UK own ...i no know and i no go do pass my self

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Re: 500k Per Month In Nigeria Or 2000pounds Per Month In The Uk by youngestgrad(m): 10:40am On Jun 10
Simplecity:
As a Nigerian i fit speak for Nigeria
Imagine being single with a 500k per month job, that is work from home, you come dey live with your parents
who have their own jobs.....now that is kind of bliss.

The UK own ...i no know and i no go do pass my self
Who go dey earn 500k per month and still living with your parents

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Re: 500k Per Month In Nigeria Or 2000pounds Per Month In The Uk by wonlasewonimi: 10:53am On Jun 10
If you are single in UK, and dont live in London, you should be fine with 2k a month.

You just need to get a shared accommodation with all inclusive bills for about £500/month or less

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Re: 500k Per Month In Nigeria Or 2000pounds Per Month In The Uk by bobbybrown007: 11:24am On Jun 10
Abeg, na 2k pounds oo. And you go still get side hussle to take pay bills.

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Re: 500k Per Month In Nigeria Or 2000pounds Per Month In The Uk by AndroBlaze: 11:32am On Jun 10
2000 pounds a month is very low in the UK currently. But if you are industrious,plan on rasing a family and giving your children fair opportunities, the UK is the better option for now. Nigeria will be "great" but it will still take quite a long while .

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Re: 500k Per Month In Nigeria Or 2000pounds Per Month In The Uk by Wealthruby(m): 11:45am On Jun 10
500k Naira for month for Naija? Ahan! Big man life be that, but wahala dey for inflation and security. £2000 for obodo oyinbo good, but tax and cost of living go chop am. If na me, 500k for Naija sure pass if I fit handle the kasala. If not, UK for steady life, even if money no too plenty.

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Re: 500k Per Month In Nigeria Or 2000pounds Per Month In The Uk by Seunpapa65: 11:51am On Jun 10
I prefer 500k for naija reasons I don't like UK weather abeg

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Re: 500k Per Month In Nigeria Or 2000pounds Per Month In The Uk by techcorb: 12:00pm On Jun 10
ORACULUM:
Kindly state your option with reasons to help a brother make a decision on what to choose from?
Lessons in the comment please.

This is a dumb comparison, compare jobs with similar pay.
For example a caregiver can make at least £3k per month in the UK, in Nigeria max would be #100k.

Corrected 3k

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Re: 500k Per Month In Nigeria Or 2000pounds Per Month In The Uk by gonkin(m): 12:39pm On Jun 10
500k in naija abeg, because UK bills no be here.
Also if it in places other than portharcourt, Lagos and Abuja That's average. UK too get compulsory bills

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Re: 500k Per Month In Nigeria Or 2000pounds Per Month In The Uk by chyzoo4u(m): 12:52pm On Jun 10
There's no comparison between both, let no one confuse you. £2k in UK is far better like from Damaturu to Owerri to compare with N500k in 9ja.

What's N500k... that I strive to sustain with in a month with my little family and nothing left for savings.

No just waste time, grab the £2k offer like your life depends on it.

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Re: 500k Per Month In Nigeria Or 2000pounds Per Month In The Uk by candygist: 12:56pm On Jun 10
If Nigeria happen to you. That your 500k a month won't help you.

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Re: 500k Per Month In Nigeria Or 2000pounds Per Month In The Uk by tensazangetsu20(m): 1:02pm On Jun 10
I will choose 500k a month in Nigeria grin grin grin

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Re: 500k Per Month In Nigeria Or 2000pounds Per Month In The Uk by Nairalander248: 1:11pm On Jun 10
ORACULUM:
Kindly state your option with reasons to help a brother make a decision on what to choose from?
Lessons in the comment please.

500k In Nigeria is far more better than 2k Pounds in UK... Except you are living on the street without paying rents and bills earning 2k pounds is okay grin cheesy.

You will earn 2k pounds and spend 1.7k pounds on bills.

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Re: 500k Per Month In Nigeria Or 2000pounds Per Month In The Uk by lastkingsman: 1:20pm On Jun 10
Nairalander248:


500k In Nigeria is far more better than 2k Pounds in UK... Except you are living on the street without paying rents and bills earning 2k pounds is okay grin cheesy.

You will earn 2k pounds and spend 1.7k pounds on bills.

According to you:

Earnings - 2k
Expenses - 1.7k

Difference (Savings) - 300£ (570,000 Naira with today's exchange rate).

This is with health insurance, access to more opportunities to progress, security and free education up till secondary school level .

You dey smoke Indian hemp

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Re: 500k Per Month In Nigeria Or 2000pounds Per Month In The Uk by Gilgil: 1:25pm On Jun 10
If you meet a health challenge of significant proportion, you will understand that the 500k is nothing

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Re: 500k Per Month In Nigeria Or 2000pounds Per Month In The Uk by OboOlora(f): 1:27pm On Jun 10
techcorb:


This is a dumb comparison, compare jobs with similar pay.
For example a caregiver can make at least £4k per month in the UK, in Nigeria max would be #100k.

Which caregiver will make £4k/month after tax in the UK.
Na so una de talk rubbish wey una nor know.

Do you know £4k/month after tax is roughly £70k/annum b4 tax?

Even if u pack all the extra shifts and almost kill urslef, max na 3k/month after tax

The more u work, the more Tax takes.

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Re: 500k Per Month In Nigeria Or 2000pounds Per Month In The Uk by Nairalander248: 1:29pm On Jun 10
lastkingsman:


According to you:

Earnings - 2k
Expenses - 1.7k

Difference (Savings) - 300£ (570,000 Naira with today's exchange rate).

This is with health insurance, access to more opportunities to progress, security and free education up till secondary school level .

You dey smoke Indian hemp

You failed to understand that 300£ doesn't make sense as your calculations in the UK. Dey play. Calm down and read comments...

Make sure you earn more when you come around

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Re: 500k Per Month In Nigeria Or 2000pounds Per Month In The Uk by Matheusmartin: 1:51pm On Jun 10
lastkingsman:


According to you:

Earnings - 2k
Expenses - 1.7k

Difference (Savings) - 300£ (570,000 Naira with today's exchange rate).

This is with health insurance, access to more opportunities to progress, security and free education up till secondary school level .

You dey smoke Indian hemp

The werey dy on colos..

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Re: 500k Per Month In Nigeria Or 2000pounds Per Month In The Uk by Procashtips(m): 2:12pm On Jun 10
lastkingsman:


According to you:

Earnings - 2k
Expenses - 1.7k

Difference (Savings) - 300£ (570,000 Naira with today's exchange rate).

This is with health insurance, access to more opportunities to progress, security and free education up till secondary school level .

You dey smoke Indian hemp

The error of conversion again

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Re: 500k Per Month In Nigeria Or 2000pounds Per Month In The Uk by Papilagreen: 2:36pm On Jun 10
Okay well let me drop my 1pound advice.

If you live in Nigeria and you get a job opportunity in the UK for less than 3900 per month then sit your ass down in 9ja and endure the stress a little more. Anything less that 3500 pounds per month is not worth risking it.

After bills payments every month you don't have anything to write about savings it's just like working a circle with no progress report. Something goes for isa and Canada too if you say otherwise no problem. Happy traveling just sell all your properties carry like 15k pounds extra for bills or you done for.
Even the UK citizens living there won't take the job not because they don't want to its because it's not worth it.

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Re: 500k Per Month In Nigeria Or 2000pounds Per Month In The Uk by Procashtips(m): 2:39pm On Jun 10
Papilagreen:
Okay well let me drop my 1pound advice.

If you live in Nigeria and you get a job opportunity in the UK for less than 3900 per month then sit your ass down in 9ja and endure the stress a little more. Anything less that 3500 pounds per month is not worth risking it.

After bills payments every month you don't have anything to write about savings it's just like working a circle with no progress report. Something goes for isa and Canada too if you say otherwise no problem. Happy traveling just sell all your properties carry like 15k pounds extra for bills or you done for.
Even the UK citizens living there won't take the job not because they don't want to its because it's not worth it.

The average salary in the UK is £2500 so how easy is it for an immigrant to get a £3500+ salary?

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Re: 500k Per Month In Nigeria Or 2000pounds Per Month In The Uk by Daptboy(m): 2:55pm On Jun 10
If you come here to read comments and do 'God when' click like..

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Re: 500k Per Month In Nigeria Or 2000pounds Per Month In The Uk by LordIsaac(m): 3:06pm On Jun 10
But for NEPA, Police, Kidnappers, Terrible Public Service, and Mosquitoes, I’ll embrace the 500k!😁

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Re: 500k Per Month In Nigeria Or 2000pounds Per Month In The Uk by Judolisco(m): 3:11pm On Jun 10
Naija oh
Re: 500k Per Month In Nigeria Or 2000pounds Per Month In The Uk by Triumphant22: 3:11pm On Jun 10
The fact that you can hardly see a driveway or private garage that can contain 5 or more private vehicles makes me uncomfortable. Small overpopulated United Kingdom.

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Re: 500k Per Month In Nigeria Or 2000pounds Per Month In The Uk by StOla: 3:11pm On Jun 10
N500k in Nigeria but not Lagos or Abuja or PH.

I will take it in Ekiti or Ebonyi or Kebbi.
lastkingsman:


According to you:

Earnings - 2k
Expenses - 1.7k

Difference (Savings) - 300£ (570,000 Naira with today's exchange rate).

This is with health insurance, access to more opportunities to progress, security and free education up till secondary school level .

You dey smoke Indian hemp

Na for Ogbomoso you want to spend the savings, or is it not to spend in the same UK where your £300 monthly saving is all you have when the need for it arises, like being inbetween jobs and already knowing your monthly expenses would be circa £1700?

What terrible folly to acknowledge your expenditure within the foreign country economy, only to acknowledge your savings as if it is meant for Nigerian economy.

Or is it not the same Nigeria you already sold the properties your previously acquired, plus the one you even inherited.

Akotileta!

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