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Wednesday, 1 August 2018

Nigerians among top earners in Australia - 2016 Census reports, Australia Bureau of Statistics

Census report as of 2016, revealed there were only about 8,488 Nigerian born individuals living in Australia.

A breakdown of the report shows New South Wales, Sydney capital as the state with the most Nigerians at 2,712 followed by Victoria, Melbourne Capital at 1,970 residents.

An interesting look at the state of Victoria showed about 40.6% of Nigerian residents were employed in Healthcare and Social Assistance, 12.7% in Scientific, Research & Technical
industry followed by Finance at 4.5%

The data from the Australian Bureau of Statistics also showed 5.35% of Nigerians resident in the state of Victoria earned $3000 or more per week compared to their victorian counterparts at 3.0%. This places Nigerians among the Top earners in Victoria.

Bode Muse, founder of Skoolmates - an education consulting company in Australia commented that Australia has been a top secret among Nigerian professionals due to its skilled migration that attracts skilled migrants from around the world and rewards them with higher than average income as compared to other western countries.

Nigerians among top earners in Australia - 2016 Census reports, Australia Bureau of Statistics
Nigerians among top earners in Australia - 2016 Census reports, Australia Bureau of Statistics


“Many Nigerians complain that Australia is too far, at the end of the world, without knowing that the flight duration from Lagos to San Francisco, USA, a frequently travelled route is the same duration as Flights from Lagos To Perth, Australia.”

Students alike are choosing Australia due to its 3-years post study visa, opportunity to permanent residency, world class education and favorable living conditions.

Skoolmates have been in the forefront of Australian international education to West Africa, providing international student recruitment to reputable universities around the world and migration services to skilled professionals.
























































































































































































































































































































































































































































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