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These 5 courses can get you a high-paying job

Feb 10, 2019 01:22 AM

If you want to study a course with a good career prospect and high pay, try any of these five.

Studying certain courses can increases your chances or getting employment than others.  (Startuptipsdaily)

Deciding which course to study at tertiary institutions can be a difficult decision to make for admission seekers.

While it advisable you choose a course based on the subject you genuinely like, it is equally important you choose a course with a good career prospect and fantastic pay.

Here are some of the courses that can get you high paying jobs.

1. Economics

Economics graduates are highly sought after because they are like the round peg in the financial industry’s hole. The can work as economists, bankers, financial analysts and statistician.

2. Computer Science

These are the 5 courses to study to get a high-paying job
Computer Science graduates are very getting more recognised in labour markets  (Daily Kos)

As technology continues to advance and affect other industries, the relevance of Computer Science graduates is becoming more and more recognised. The demands for them increase as organizations are always looking for people who can build websites and create a powerful database.

As a Computer Science graduate, you can get a job as a web developer, system administrator or IT consultant.

3. Accounting

A lot of lucrative jobs are available for accounting graduates. They can work as a financial manager, auditor, budget analyst, financial accountants, management accountants and tax accountants. In Nigeria and other parts of the world, thousands of them are employed by KPMG, PwC, Deloitte.

4. Engineering

These are the 5 courses to study to get a high-paying job
An engineering student  (Purposely Awakened)

There is a huge career prospect for engineering graduates. They can work in a variety of jobs such as aerospace, defence, automotive, chemical and construction engineers, or as patent officers and management consultants.

5. Medicine

In Nigeria and many other parts of the world, medicine is one of the most marketable and high paying jobs. Even at the National Youth Service Corps level, medical graduates get a better allowance than other corps members from their places of primary assignments.

 

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ASUU chairman caught in sex-for-marks scandal

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Prof. Monday Igbafen, the Chairman of Ambrose Alli University (AAU) chapter of the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU), has been suspended by university authorities over allegations of sexual assault.

Igbafen, an Associate Professor of the Department of Philosophy, was suspended after his appearance before a disciplinary committee on allegations of sexual misconduct.

This was made public in a statement signed by Edward Aihevba, the university’s spokesman, on Wednesday in Benin, Edo State capital.

The statement noted that Igbafen had been arraigned before the Senior Staff Disciplinary Committee (SSDC) on allegations of gross misconduct bordering on sexual harassment and threatening students to have sex with him in exchange for marks.

According to the statement, Igbafen was found culpable by the university’s investigative panel.

A relative of one of the victims had threatened to take the institution to the Independent Corrupt Practices and Other Related Offences Commission ICPC if Igbafen wasn’t prosecuted.

 

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JAMB Question: Correct Author’s Name for Sweet Sixteen; Abdullai or Abdullahi

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There have been controversies over the correct name of the Author for the Official JAMB Novel for the coming UTME; “SWEET SIXTEEN”. Since the Novel was confirmed by JAMB at the beginning of registration, various versions of the Author’s Name have popped up; So can we spell it as “Abdullai” or “Abdullahi”, if it comes out in the exam? The difference in name is the letter “H”. We want to put an end to this confusion right now.

 

First of all, it’s important to note that the version released by JAMB to test candidates in the coming UTME is a slimmer or summary version of the original version composed by the Author. The original version has 157 pages, while the version released by JAMB has only 53 pages. The confusion stems from the fact that there are two versions of the book with one bearing “Bolaji Abdullai” and the other bearing Bolaji “Abdullahi”.

 

In the original version, the Author’s name is written as “Bolaji Abdullai”, while the version by JAMB is written as “Bolaji Abdullahi”. Although they sound similar, the difference is the letter “H” in the JAMB Version. Since Myschool.ng does not believe the Author would make a mistake in his own name stated in the original version, it is safe to say that JAMB made a mistake in the Author’s name. Oh yes, JAMB makes mistakes too. 🙂

Based on these findings, we hope JAMB does not test candidates to state the name of the Author in the coming exams. Even if they do, we hope they don’t bring out the two varying names as options, rather we expect them to place other Authors in the options.

Be that as it may, if you’re confronted with a question where the two varying names are placed as options for you to select the Author’s Name, please select the name that appears on the JAMB Version of the Novel, which is Sweet Sixteen by Bolaji Abdullahi.

So you now know what option to pick if you see the question; “Who is the Author of the book, Sweet sixteen?”.

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