The Highest Paying Jobs in Nigeria 2019

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IKEJA, Nigeria - Sept. 21, 2019 - PRLog -- It is most definitely normal to investigate jobs that are the best-paying while hunting for Jobs. Do note that the average salary in Nigeria is ₦100,000. Having said this it doesn't mean there aren't Jobs that pay really high in Nigeria. In-fact some people earn as much as a million naira per month. But it does come down to many factors such as Industry, Experience level, Years of experience, etc.

Note: The estimates below are average salaries from Entry to Medium level. Senior and Experienced officers usually earn more than x3 of the salaries below.

10. Banking Jobs — ₦90,000 – ₦150,000/Month

Yes, Banking jobs is our No. 10 on the list. If you are interested in savings, loans, taxes, investments, and securities, anything that has to do with finance, A Banking job might be good for you. Bankers earn an average salary, though depending on your level, you are guaranteed to earn more. We came to realize also that most Bankers aren't happy with their jobs because its tasking compared to the salary earned. I had a friend of mine who quit his banking job recently. It however does offer a steady monthly income.

9. Digital Marketing — ₦100,000 – ₦170,000/Month

Are you good at developing, implementing and managing marketing campaigns, implementing SEO strategies that promote a company and its products and/or services? You might wanna start looking for job opportunities in this field. Digital Marketing is fast growing and is one of the most underrated Jobs currently. We term it underrated because 70% of companies in Nigeria aren't even aware of the impact digital marketing can have on their businesses.This is one of the skills you can actually learn on your own.

8. Law / Legal Jobs — ₦130,000 – ₦200,000/Month

Parents always advice their children while young to become lawyers, well it turns out being a lawyer pays but. Yes there is a but. Entry-level lawyers don't earn enough and that is the only problem with being a lawyer. You have to work your ass off and dedicate a lot of time and resources. But after a few years it actually pays to be a lawyer. Also you might want to look into working for Government agencies and some other corporations who have legal departments. Lawyers actually earn good salaries at these agencies depending on your level. Only Entry-Level lawyers complain about their Salaries.

7. Business Development Jobs — ₦150,000 – ₦250,000/Month

Business developers are in high demand in Nigeria currently. It is one thing to start a business, it is another different ball game to build your clients as well as maintain a relationship to boost your sales.

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