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5 High Paying Jobs That Don’t Require a University Degree

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Listen to this! You don’t need a University degree to “CASH OUT”. There are high-paying jobs that don’t require a university degree. Recent graduates in Nigeria are currently faced with the unavailability of jobs as well as the increasing competition for jobs.

However, the good news is that you can earn big with these 5 high-paying jobs that don’t require a university degree.

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1. Blogging

Blogging is the new cool within Nigeria’s internet community. As there are over 10,000 blogs in Lagos alone exclusive from Nigeria as a whole. All you need is a laptop and a fast internet connection. We would suggest “Ntel” – with just N10,000 internet subscription.

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2. Musicians

A good example of a musician that is cashing out full time without a university degree is “2face Idibia“. 2face dropped out of school to become a musical icon and is worth over millions of naira.

We think you should do the same too. Or what do you think?

Thus, creatively penetrating into the Nigerian music industry.

3. Art

A piece of art is been sold for as high as N500,000, and some are luxurious costing millions of Naira.

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The cost of setting up an art workshop is affordable and less cost to be incurred on equipment.

4. Car Repair

The cost of repairing a car varies with location and integrity of the car repairer. The last car repair I did cost N24,0000, just for the mechanic to check the engine and radiator.

Wawu! come and kill us na.

That’s a job I should venture into in my next life.

5. Agbero/Chairman

An average “Agbero‘ in Ikeja makes about an average of N650,000 in a day. How did I come about this value?

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Taking 500 “Keke” riders as a case study. They are expected to pay a daily levy of N1,300 thus multiplying with 30 days.

That is, 1,300 (levy) x 500 (500 Keke riders) = N650,000 (Daily profit)

N650,000 (daily profit) x 30 (days in a month) = N19,500,000 (Take home profit per month)

Can i hear “STREET TI TAKEOVER”

Amen Pastor! 

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