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How Much Do You Expect To Earn After Graduation?

What range of monthly salaries do you expect to earn at your first job after getting your first degree or diploma?

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ALL OF UNA BE THIEF, UNA NEVER EVEN TOUCH NAIRA, UNA DEY TALK DOLLARS, IF THEM PAY YOU 10K NO COLLECT AM.

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Re: How Much Do You Expect To Earn After Graduation?

« #2 on: May 13, 2007, 06:19 PM »

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40-50 grand a year if i come out as an undergrad

100 grand and above if i come out a grad

OGA I HOE DAT U AR NT DAY DREAMING

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50 k for a start, after 6 month an increment of 20 k

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Right now the two hospitals i'm lookin at their starting rate is $29. U know how the raise goes up every couple of months. I'm thinking about $35 cuz i intend to do night shift and they have about $4 differential.( not exactly sure about the dollar amount of the differential)

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sorry uyai,- but have u ever considered going private duty?

its $15 per hr and $18 for live-ins for a start,and if u are lucky enough u cld get a free room with utilities included

its fun believe mii.

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A CNA has to be sleeping in the hospital to get that money.

The rate ranges from $11.50 to 12.50. evening and night differential takes it to about $15/hr.

My prof. pushed me to do it in my junior year, I quit 2 weeks later. It is the worst job ever. Worse of all u don't get any new experience.

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@ ashantegal , its possible for CNA to make that if they had worked 2 jobs and lots of hours

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the nursing field or anything clinical in the hospital or clinic is lucrative thats where the money but cna's defin does not make 60k plus that would be in the same boat as a lpn and defin an rn and that does not make any sense.

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yup and i cant wait to finish the whole thing.get bored quickly.

so how much do u expect to earn after graduatn? *just curious*

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Thanks minute but i graduate this december so i don't have to do the dirty job.

Are u a student nurse too?

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Nosa101 - What industry do you work in where a fresh post-graduate earns $100K? That my friend is a pipe dream. Even PhD graduates don't earn that much. It takes years of work experience, and not education to earn that sort of cheese

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@ Rlst84sale

it depends on how long u've been doing it and how many hours u work etc.

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it depends on what kind of job i get.

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I don't think CNA earn up to that, they ear less than 25K a yr, good moeny in nursing field starts from LPN and above. That's for pple in nursing field.

All I want is just 4 good clients a month I will smile to the back every day, lol. Degrees are great and I encourage young people to go to college, but here in the States, you really don'y have to have a college degree to earn good income, if I go to get a degree it's just for getting it sake or if I go into law, it's just to equip myself with more knowledge.

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probably like $60-70k a year depending on where i'm living and working

@ minute i agree with u i know some CNAs who now make $60,000 per year but with cost of living these days sometimes thats not enough

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Depends.Honestly u don't need a degree to earn a 35k income in the States,waste of time.

In as little as 1month u can have your GNA  certificate\licence and cld earn up to 50k a yr.

@ashantegal -or u meant  the nursn feild? LOL

@topic,prolly 70k a yr.

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in the states if your lucky to even get a job ,you lucky to make 35k a year but then again it depends on the field you go into , the medical field is where di money is ooooooooo.

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MY CANDID OPINION:

u are expected to earn what befits your status after your gratuation,if 'setiris perables 'is adherd 2 .

it would be better.

For civil servant :MINIMUM WAGE,

for doctors,engineers,tp,lawers,architech and the ress of them ,there wages are negociable as the case may be .

THANKS.

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olumide7,manage 15million naira annually??guess u aren't based in naija sha??

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Well, I can manage N15m per annum, anything less than that, forget it!!!!!!!,

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I BLIV WHAT I'LL EARN AFTER GRAD. DEPENDS ON SO MANY FACTORS 1. THE INDUSTRY 2.THE CERTIFICATE IN QUESTION (FOREIGN SCHOOL OR INDIGENOUS) E.T.C BUT I BLIV I SHOULD EARN NOTHING LESS THAN 120K YEARLY.

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pls does any one have an idea of what i can earn after graduating with a bachelor of tech in plant science? basically agriculture? can anyone talk to me what the nigerian goverment have gotting in place for the agricultural sector? it's very very sad to realize our goverment are not placing priorities on agricultural sector, which should be imperative. the future of agriculture is constantly being subverted , overlooked, and undermined.

oil boom basically led to agricultuarl doom, and his is very sad. at the moment, have only gotting coulpe of months to go in school, but what am seeing in nigeria it's very scary, am a kinda hard working dude, and i gotta be succesful. i intend going for my masters in illinious state university, as soon as am finally done though. can anyone tell me what agriculture is like in the US? can i make real money, like that in the health sector?

u can send me a direct e mail, hollanell@yahoo.com, am real scared about this topic.

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after graduation I was earning a Mediocre Salary of about 35,000 a month

and now a couple of years later, even though I'm earnin more than 5 times that amount,

it has a way of neva being enough

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Visual Communication degree with the emphasis of web development, photography, graphic, multimedia, and programming is HOTCAKE everywhere in the designing/advertising/marketing/internet/media world.

uspry1, may i have a chat with you as per above. My email addy is in my profile.

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After graduated from my second degree, Bachelor of Fine Arts in Visual Communication (advanced web development with photography, graphic, multimedia and programming), and my 6 years running small one-woman web-graphic designing business, I expect to earn the range of monthly salaries are $1,000.00 to $5,000.00 USD, not Naira at least 2-5 different clients each month.

For first time graduate of Visual Communication on the entry level (first job) will be the range of monthly salaries are $600.00 to $2,000.00 USD, not Naira. However, the Flash 8 developer monthly salaries will be double, because of professionally, promptly, complexity, web accessible and dynamically.

Visual Communication degree with the emphasis of web development, photography, graphic, multimedia, and programming is HOTCAKE everywhere in the designing/advertising/marketing/internet/media world.

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Your salary depends on what type of degree you are getting and what area you are going into. In the middle school levels in America (6th through 8th grades), Career Counselors work with students letting them know the "average" salaries for various professions. That way, young people can have an idea of what type of money they have the potential to make in their choosen professions. If one is not satisifed with that salary, than they suggest another profession is choosen.

Finding out how much one can potentially make in their profession should be discussed and looked out when you are young. However, if you want to know that answer now, there should be websites that can give average salaries for your geographic location. Go on google.com and do a search. Hopefully, those figures will be available in your area.

Best wishes!

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40-50 grand a year if i come out as an undergrad

100 grand and above if i come out a grad

*$ not naira*

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That is if we are able to get one.

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