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Top 6 jobs that are highly demanded in Nigeria

Unemployment has ravaged a great number of Nigerians. Jobs are generally scarce and the key cogs in politics Nigeria have not been result oriented on their quest to inhibit the country of this monster. In Nigerian politics, all the administrations from the local government levels to the federal government levels are known to always have job creation and unemployment elimination as one of their key focus. It is quite obvious that a lot is still left to be done in this regards in order to break away from the claws of unemployment.

In the midst of this unemployment, there are areas where the job demand is very high. Employers are always on the search for graduates in these areas. Professionals in these areas hardly lack jobs.
In this post, we shall focus on the Top 6 jobs that are highly demanded in Nigeria.

#1 Dentist
Students spend 6 years in studying this course in the university. They also take other medical courses but specialize in oral health. They diagnose other diseases like Medical Doctor. Right now, there are less than 20,000 Dentists in Nigeria and they are in high demand and they earning is high. It is on top of the list of jobs that are highly demanded in Nigeria.

#2 Medical Doctor

Medical Doctors don’t lack jobs. It is the 2nd most demanded jobs. The Dentists are top on the list because they are fewer in number. Only 25 are employed annually to study Dentistry. Be it as it may, Doctor ranks as one of the jobs that are highly demanded in Nigeria.

#3 Lawyers
Lawyers are always in demand in the Government and private sectors. Every successful company needs a Lawyer. A lawyer does not have to work in the court in order to survive. Jibs will always crawl in from the private sectors, crimes and real estates.

#4 Education
Jobs are always available in the education sector. There are private schools that pay up to 200,000 naira monthly. It is common to find many fresh graduates in Nigeria holding on to teaching jobs in private schools while still on the look out for jibs in their fields.
Teaching job in one of the jobs that are highly demanded in Nigeria.

#5 Software and web developer
The internet business is still developing in Africa and jobs in website and software development continues to increase. Web developers and designers can comfortably make 200,000 naira while a website or software manager can earn up to #200,000 monthly.

#6 Real Estates
It has always been profitable for one to deal with properties. In Nigeria, the real estate market is undergoing a rapid expansion and professionals in this field have leveraged a lot to make so much money. Lots of markets have been saturated in advanced countries, but this is not the case in Africa. This is surely one of the jobs that are highly demanded in Nigeria.

Top 6 jobs that are highly demanded in Nigeria was last modified: September 1st, 2018 by Francis Belux
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