Civil engineer salary in Nigeria

Civil engineer salary in Nigeria

Civil engineering and a civil engineer salary are the main questions for those people who decide to dedicate their time and efforts to engineering in Nigeria. In general, salaries of engineer in Nigeria vary a lot depending on the area where the engineer works because civil engineers also have different specializations.

Civil engineer salary in Nigeria

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How much civil engineer earns in Nigeria

Besides that, a person’s experience can play a huge role and influence the salary this person will receive greatly. A chief engineer who manages a group of other workers will certainly receive more money than an engineer in a lower level.

Civil engineer salary in Nigeria

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In general, civil engineers in Nigeria receive around N100,000 to N350,000 per month if they are on the entry level and at the very beginning of their career. However, if you are an entry level engineer employed in oil & gas, you can expect more, about N200,000 to N500,000 per month to start with.

There are several branches of civil engineering and you need to know about them and their salaries.

  • Material science is a branch of engineering that deals with the properties of materials and their characteristic features. If you feel that this is what you want to do and want to earn more, search for your place in the area of building and creation of complicated constructions. If there’s a need to build a big bridge or an urban construction of a complicated shape, this is exactly where you can earn good money.
Civil engineer salary in Nigeria

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  • Geotechnical engineering is a branch of civil engineering that deals with earth materials and their properties to swell, shrink, and so on. Such knowledge is important in building because seasonal changes in grounds, the presence of underground water, different contents of different types of soil – all this matters really a lot. If you see that somebody somewhere need to construct something on the ground, it’s the place where you can apply your knowledge and skills
  • Coastal engineering is a branch of civil engineering that deals with a coastline and areas next to the coast. Since Nigeria has an ocean coast, you can be a very important employee everywhere where the coast is influenced by tides, water and wind erosion, and periodic flooding.
Civil engineer salary in Nigeria

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  • Structural engineering is another branch of engineering that deals with built structure, their weight, the load they can bear, their strength, durability, flexibility to the effect of winds, and so on. Today, more companies and businesses create fancy hi-tech buildings that need to be constructed very smartly. If you are a construction engineer, this is exactly a job for you.
  • Environmental engineering is a branch of engineering, which deals with the environment, the effect we have on it and the effect it has on us. Big enterprises and manufactures need such specialists deadly to protect the environment from the harmful influence of waste, thermal pollution, water contamination, and storage of their dangerous or polluting residue. A good environmental engineer can earn a lot.
Civil engineer salary in Nigeria

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Speaking about the civil engineer salary structure in Nigeria, you should also remember that the quality of your services may influence your salary a lot. The figures mentioned above mean pure salaries and nothing else but as an employee you can receive other benefits for your services.

This is basically what can be said about the calculation of a civil engineer salary in Nigeria and if you find this information useful, you should feel free to use it as you wish and share with those people who are interested in it, too.

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