Here are top 5 highest paying jobs in Ghana

It is important to know which professions earn more with greater opportunities than the others.

And this is why it is important to know which professions earn more with greater opportunities than the others.

Here are five highest-paying jobs in the country.

Account Manager

Average Monthly Salary – $ 1471

As an account manager, you are responsible for the management of sales and relationships with particular customers. You are basically maintaining the company's existing relationships with a client or group of clients, so that they will continue using the company for business.

Mining Engineer

Average Monthly Salary – $ 1585

Your job description is to ensure that underground resources such as minerals, metals, oil and gas are extracted safely and efficiently. You must also assess the feasibility and the potential for commercial benefit of new sites.

Transportation or Shipping Supervisor

Average Monthly Salary – $ 2264

As a transportation or shipping supervisor, your job description basically entails overseeing the shipping and the timely delivery of materials. You will also be involved in the setting up of delivery routes, loading of trucks, and the unloading of materials that were brought to the warehouse.

College Professor

Average Monthly Salary –$ 1245

You are probably smart but not getting a job. Becoming an entrepreneur is also not your kind of thing. What should you do now? Continue your schooling, get your MPHIL, start teaching and still continue your education to be a lecturer at a University. This job apart from paying well often comes with a lot of prestige.

Project Manager

Average Monthy Salary – $ 1358

If you are ready to accept failure as part of the process of work, then this is your job. As the project manager, you would have to plan, budget, oversee and document all aspects of the specific project you are working on. You may work closely with top management to ensure that the scope and direction of each project are on schedule, as well as other departments for support.


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