Below are 8 common courses you can study in most higher institutions that will make self-employed upon graduation.
#1 Electrical Engineering
You will get projects to wire or re-wire buildings. On average, a single wiring project goes for N150,000. Multiply that by the number of projects you can get.
#2 Civil Engineering
This is mainly about building! With your good building skills, you can be called at any time to build or renovate houses, schools, bridges, roof paravets, decks, etc... A senior friend of mine who studied civil engineering currently makes an average of N250,000 for each building project.
#3 Food & Nutrition
Hmmm! This is food... Who doesn't eat at least once everyday? No one; except those on fasting!. With your skills as a nutritionist, you can open up a mini restaurant and you'll see how much you'll be making on a daily basis. All you need is a knowledge of how to prepare some local delicacies. Make the calculations and see how much you'll be making daily especially with a good location.
#4 Computer Science
This course is also "hot" because you can open up your own cyber-cafe or computer business centre. You will make much money especially if your centre is situated near a higher institution of learning. Students will troop in to make research for assignments via internet. You can also run service like photocopying, binding, type-setting, etc. With this high influx of people, you'll always have more than enough reason to smile back home each day
#5 Mechanical Engineering
We have cars everywhere and on a daily basis, they develop different types of faults. As a mechanical engineer, you don't need an employer! All you need is a set of tools to help you do what you studied. With a good location such as anywhere beside a major road, you'll get so much cars to work on. Each "touch" on a car puts money into your pockets. All that's there is just to fix the faults on cars and the cash gets in!
#6 Agric Science/Fishery
Yes farming! There are a lot of benefits in farming. Yes, anyone can go into agriculture, but your knowledge as a graduate (i.e. in Agriculture) will surely help you to improve your crop yield. Not only crops, you can as well go into poultry, etc Please Join Our Forum Today For More Updates, Click here
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