• Dustin Truelsen posted an update 3 months, 2 weeks ago

    Your country far away from one’s own along with a lucrative position is the thing that many cherish but few achieve. Some like using unskilled job positions any place else but home although some choose to find Jobs in Nigeria suitable on their qualifications. Whichever way one wants it, Nigeria presents a massive chance of you.Nigeria will be the sixth largest producer of crude oil in the world. Everybody knows that that’s only a tip in the iceberg! In addition to the assortment of job positions accessible in the highly lucrative oil sector, the agricultural sector is yearning for both skilled and unskilled workers and investors too. The land is fertile, weather good, industry untapped, people highly receptive and hospitable. This sector carries a good possibility of you.Another area you may consider may be the technology sector. Nigeria happens to be the largest consumer of technological products in Africa. A large number of merchandise is imported without after sales support or providers therefore developing a big chance for the tiny number of technicians available. Nigeria includes a population of 150 million. Does that tell you anything?Other sectors needing workers, both expatriates and locals include the mining sector (gold, gemstones, coal, limestone etc), educational sector, tourism and hospitality sector, aviation sector as well as sector.Unhealthy press Nigeria gets leaves some people together with the belief that Nigeria is often a “no-go-area”. This assumption is very laughable. Nigeria is investor friendly but like all other country, have their own great amount of social vices. Together with the arrival of democracy since 1999, there is a remarkable fall in crime and related vices. If your Chinese, Indians, Lebanese, Britons and Americans living and working in Nigeria can let you know their true experiences here, you would be for the next available flight to Lagos!Finally, local newspapers are replete with advertisements seeking expatriate workers. The sole snag is that most expatriates never get to read those newspapers!

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