Central Bank of Nigeria Salary Scale: How Much Does Central Bank of Nigeria Pay?

Central Bank of Nigeria Salary Scale: How Much Does Central Bank of Nigeria Pay Staff?

The Nigerian banking sector is one very lucrative and interesting sector to work in and once given the opportunity, every young Nigerian graduate would love to work in such places. This article is about how much Central bank of Nigeria pays entry level staff.

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The Central Bank of Nigeria provides space for the activities of other banks and regulate their affairs. 

It is the dream of most graduates to work in a bank due to the kind of salary they pay their staff. Central Bank of Nigeria is no exception as their entry level basic salary is fair compared to what other top companies in Nigeria pay their workers.

The Banking sector just like the oil and gas industry is one of the highest paying sectors in terms of salary. Although there exist some differences in how much banks in Nigeria pay their workers as no specific law compels them to have a fixed amount for their staff.

So how much does Central Bank of Nigeria pay its entry level staff? For its entry level staff salary, Central Bank of Nigeria pays N122,000 monthly according to department and unit. Your pay may also rise as time passes as long as you are still in the system.

One might say the entry level pay is quite low compared to other banks. Be not disturbed as what is lacking in salary is well compensated for in allowances and bonuses.

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