A twitter user with the name "Akeula" shared his conversation with one of his followers on twitter who just got a job in Lagos.
According to the conversation he shared in on his twitter timeline, the man who has been working for a company outside Lagos for three years with the salary of thirty thousand naira(N30,000), got a new job in Lagos with the same salary.
The man said in the pace he currently works, except from the thirty thousand naira they pay him every month, he used to go home with some amount of money, but there is no salary increment since three years he has been working in the company.
He said the job do not leave no room for them to learn a new things and he hardly see his family. He said the new job he just found, he will only have to learn a skill for a year, including salary , and it is just for a year that he will be his own boss and there is accommodation.
He said he knows nothing about the company yet, maybe they owes their workers salary, and he is afraid of the cost of living in Lagos.
He now seek people advise maybe he should quit his Jon to accept the one he sees in Lagos, or stay back to where he is currently working.
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