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Ask How Much Is A Good Salary In Nigeria?

Discussion in 'Job Vacancies' started by Kenny, Mar 19, 2017.

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  1. Kenny

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    I Just Thought Of What Will Happen When We Actually Come Out Of The University And Get Employed, What Would Be A "Good Salary"

    What kind of salaries are
    graduates earning in various industries (banking,
    IT, consulting, et cetera)? What constitutes a
    'good salary' in Nigeria, especially the Lagos area? what Do You Think?
     
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    500k minimum...
    On a more serious note, i suggest you develop a good business with the money you have made from ponzi schemes. That way, you would become the employer of labour.
     
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    Lols, dope
     
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    It's sad that most Nigerians aren't able to do this but it's not entirely their fault.

    In fact, only a few ever think of starting a business of their own. The Nigerian economic situation doesn't even support that much.

    However, I think it's worth it to have one's business.
    Question is.. What's the right business you should be doing?
     
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    How about investing in a suitable mining hardware... and employ miners
     
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    Lols, am glad a miner is speaking in the room!

    You know, am equally very optimistic in mining and in fact, started a serious discussion on the topic which I will recommend for anyone considering this. Please check it here first => Bitcoins Are Running Away From Nigeria.. With Naira - Help Catch Them!

    As for bitcoin mining, it's a business that requires millions of naira in capital to start and that's far beyond the reach of an average Nigerian student who just graduated.
    I don't think it's an ideal business unless one is financially and technically capable of entering this zone.
     
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    Rather I would readily suggest practicing whatever you were taught in school in anyway you can even if it means locally... That's if you remember anything you were taught sha because in most cases, we are either not taught anything practical or we don't remember
     
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    Don't you know most of these Nigerian students made millions from ponzi scams? I was referring to the creator of the thread.
    Instead of wasting the money and creating more ponzi, they should invest in cryptoHardware. I'll be glad to become their employee
     
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    You are right actually... Some have millions now through ponzi and that is a good way to Kickstart the mining industry in Nigeria especially since here on Jackobian, we have a lot of them and they have access to the information and help they need.

    Question is... Will people really be interested in Bitcoin mining?
     
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    dis is a serious topic i ve bin asking myself.
    Dats is y i join network-marketing.i believe i ll give a greater testimony in 5yrs tym jst lyk my mentor
     

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