How much was your very first salary?


#81

Of course… It’s in your hands…


#82

@judy it is very lucrative; you should definitely do it again especially if you loved it, it is some cool way of making tax free cash.


#83

@Azzy yes. I’m so doing it again any slight chance I get. At least then I’d have a place of my own. It’s very lucrative I know,even d £50 I charged,pple told me it was too cheap


#84

I support the move!


#85

My first was 30k, before NYSC in 2012


#86

Haa…you were a big babe ni… :joy::joy::joy:


#87

Lol


#88

The year was 2007, my first job as a Production Supervisor, N20,000


#89

Oh…I see


#90

Mine was 5k
2008


#91

Oh…5k was still huge…


#92

2008, 4000 Naira as a computer operator for a particular Masters studrbt at Henry Carr Hall Unilag,


#93

Hmmmm… :blush::blush::blush::blush::blush: how nice…

Could it buy much??


#94

Only did it for one month and ran away…The aunt was giving me wahala jare, then I went on to another job I was earning 7k as a computer operator also…I basically was keeping my money


#95

Lol…i can relate with the first experience… :joy::joy:


#96

Freelance project #20,000
First salary during IT #20,000


#97

10,000 immediately after secondary school as an office assistant with a HMO


#98

my first salary was 10k I earned it in 2016. I worked from home as a blog admin


#99

Wow… That would have been cool… Right?


#100

Mine was 10k during my internship.