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1. Computer Science
As technology continues to advance and affect other industries, the relevance of Computer Science graduates is becoming more and more recognised. The demands for them increase as organizations are always looking for people who can build websites and create a powerful database.
As a Computer Science graduate, you can get a job as a web developer, system administrator or IT consultant.
Economics graduates are highly sought after because they are like the round peg in the financial industry’s hole. The can work as economists, bankers, financial analysts and statistician.
A lot of lucrative jobs are available for accounting graduates. They can work as a financial manager, auditor, budget analyst, financial accountants, management accountants and tax accountants. In Nigeria and other parts of the world, thousands of them are employed by KPMG, PwC, Deloitte.
There is a huge career prospect for engineering graduates. They can work in a variety of jobs such as aerospace, defence, automotive, chemical and construction engineers, or as patent officers and management consultants.
In Nigeria and many other parts of the world, medicine is one of the most marketable and high paying jobs. Even at the National Youth Service Corps level, medical graduates get a better allowance than other corps members from their places of primary assignments.