Do not assume that working for the federal government will make you be a boring bureaucrat. Government jobs offer some of the most fascinating work and the pay is amazing. This article will guide you through the list of FG jobs that pay high salary.
There are many peddled rumors about the salaries earn but most often than not, these rumors are what they are – rumors, exaggerated and unverified.
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List of Federal Government Job
1. Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC)
The Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) is arguably the highest paying federal government parastatal or agency in Nigeria.
NNPC Salary for interns is said to be thirteen thousand naira ( 13,000 naira) and sometimes increases to fourteen thousand naira (14,000 naira) every month.
NNPC Salary for Sales Managers is said to be from a starting pay of two hundred and eighty-six thousand naira ( 286,000 naira), but there’s an earning limit of three hundred and ten thousand naira (310,000 naira) every month at that level.
2. Bank of Industry (BoI)
On every list of the best paying federal government parastatals or agencies in Nigeria, the Nigerian Bank of Industry would always rank high.
Nigerian Bank of Industry salary for analysts is reported to be averaged at two million, eight hundred and eighty thousand naira ( 2,880,000 naira) every year.
Some Nigerian Bank of Industry analysts has been reported to earn as much as three million, one hundred and forty thousand ( 3,140,000) naira which is the high mark for their yearly or annual salaries.
3. Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN)
The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) is known to keep a closeup and guard the exact salaries it pays its workers and never publicizes the salaries or reveals them.
Not to worry, that’s what the digital age gives us an advantage to do – the ability to trace and reveal hidden information which is deliberately shielded from public knowledge.
Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) salary for trainees is forty-three thousand naira ( 43,000) every month and this would be paid monthly throughout the duration of the training.
Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) salary for entry-level staff is one hundred and twenty-two thousand naira (122,000 naira) every month.
4. Federal Inland Revenue Service (FIRS)
The Federal Inland Revenue Service (FIRS) has a salary structure that is very high but like the CBN listed above, the salary for FIRS staff is kept closed-lipped but thanks to the digital age, it would be revealed to you in the following paragraphs below.
Federal Inland Revenue Service (FIRS) salary for entry-level staff ranges one hundred and twenty thousand ( 120,0000) naira and one hundred and fifty thousand ( 150,000) naira.
5. Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA)
Like the other federal government parastatals above, the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA) is closed-lipped about its salary but this has been revealed:
Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA) for entry-level staff ranges from 200,000 naira to 240,000 naira.
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