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Salary Survey 2012 0 | Salary Survey Introduction 2012 marks the 1st Annual Jobberman Salary Survey, where more than 10,000 professionals across the public and private sectors have shared the most critical information about their career and workplace, building a remarkably detailed picture of compensation in the workplace landscape in Nigeria. Jobberman‟s Annual Salary Survey was originated from the enormous amount of feedback we received from employers and jobseekers in Nigeria about the la
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  0  SalarySurvey 2012  |   Salary Survey 1 Introduction 2012 marks the 1 st Annual Jobberman Salary Survey, where more than 10,000 professionalsacross the public and private sectors have shared the most critical information about their career and workplace, building a remarkably detailed picture of compensation in the workplacelandscape in Nigeria.Jobberman‟s Annual Salary Survey was srcinated from the enormous amount of feedback wereceived from employers and jobseekers in Nigeria about the lack of transparency andavailable information on salaries and remuneration trends in the country.This survey was carried out as an inquisition into the world of employees in the Nigeriancontext in order to give Nigerians an idea of the income level of colleagues in many industriesand job functions.Our hundreds of thousands of jobseeking members and employers also wanted to understandthe role of additional benefits, allowances, commissions and any other workplace practices inunderstanding Nigerian remuneration levels as a whole.The survey was carried out by Jobberman.com, Nigeria‟s leading job website. The questionswere administered online on the Jobberman website and other digital channels which set animportant context for the results: the respondents to this survey have some form of access tothe internet. A total of 10,980 people participated in the survey and thus make up the samplespace. The respondents cut across different industries, levels of education attained, skill setsand years of experience on the job.We hope you find our Salary Survey helpful, and we would like to thank all who participated,starting a dialogue that we expect to continue for many years.  |   Salary Survey 2 Executive Summary How much do workers really make? What sector was the worst paying? To answer thesequestions, we spoke with over 10,000 professionals from around Nigeria. These together withour statistical analyses, provide a unique perspective on the workforce compensation landscapein Nigeria.Key Findings    The average remuneration level for Nigerians is between 50-100,000    There is gender disparity in most industries    There is an unexploited opportunity for employers to retain great talent by broadening therange of ancillary benefits for employees beyond basic and statutory payOur survey revealed several other interesting and unexpected findings: The overwhelming majority of respondents have spent less than two years on their jobs.  The median number of years spent on the job is between 3 and 5 years. The median income is between N51,000 and N100,000 and about 69% of professionalsearn N100,000 per month or less. The male gender appears to be paid higher than thefemales. About 70% of professionals do not receive any form of allowance, bonus, commissions, orany other form of extra benefit from their employers while 30% receive extra benefits invarious forms. Employees in the Oil & Gas industry are the best paid, followed by their counterparts inthe banking / financial services industry. The highest proportion of professionals that areleast paid, or that earn less than N20,000 per month are those in the Education industry. Master’s degree holders account for the highest proportion of those that earn N1, 000,000and above , followed by Bachelor‟s degree holders. Only 0.7% of those earning above N1,000,000 per month are PHD holders. The largest proportions of highly paid professionals arethose who have spent above 8 years on their jobs. 57% of those who earn above N1, 000,000have spent over 8 years on the job. The most commonly employed skill set among respondents is Accounting/Finance,followed by Administrative skills and then IT skills. The least common skill sets includeExecutive / Top management, Hospitality / Leisure / Travels, Real estate and NGO relatedskills. In general, most workers’ roles are not related to their course of study. 73% of the professionals in the Legal industry actually studied Law, making the Legal industry the mostconsistent employer with respect to employees‟ field of study. 37% of respondents who participated are in desperate need to change jobs, 36% could betempted to move or change jobs if the opportunity arose while only 12% are happilyemployed. More males than females appear to be “happily employed” and still “could betempted to move”, while more females than males are dissatisfied with their current jobs. The proportion of females with either a Bachelor’s degree or HND is more than that of males. Seven out of ten professionals that carried out the Survey were males, and yet morefemales have a Bachelors or an HND qualification.  |   Salary Survey 3 The greatest proportion of respondents have sciences and engineering as their major  while fields like Law, Real estate and property related courses have the least number of  professionals. Fields like Law, Sciences and Education have a greater proportion of females.
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