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Job Sites for Nigerian Jobseekers : 5 Helpful Ones

Gone are the days of dropping curriculum vitaes in offices because of a job search. From the comfort of your home, you can search and apply for jobs. Yet to do this, knowing the right job sites (for Nigerian jobseekers) to visit is key.

In the light of this, here are 5 job sites for Nigerian jobseekers:

From the comfort of your home, you can search and apply for jobs. Yet, knowing the right job sites to visit is key. Click To Tweet

1. Hot Nigerian Jobs

In Nigeria, hotnigerianjobs is the one of the most popular website in Nigeria. That should tell you how useful it is. On this platform, there are various search options as jobs are categorized based on time period, fields, role, state, filter, industry, location and the likes. This helps to delimit the search for a job to one’s specific needs.

All you need do is find your field of study and check out the job vacancies there. All these are updated on a daily basis and cuts across different fields including remote jobs.

Unlike some other job seeking platforms, having a profile with hotnigerianjobs isn’t necessary. All you need is a good curriculum vitae and in some cases, a cover letter. You really do not want to sleep on this!

2. LinkedIn

While some people view LinkedIn as a place to showcase their career prowess, it also is a place to kick start a career. After signing up on the platform, you can simply use the search button at the left side to search for jobs and apply as you deem fit.

Always try have an updated Linkedin profile so as to make your application easier. Of course, having a profile with Linkedin is a requirement for job applications. LinkedIn can be accessed via website or app.

While some people view LinkedIn as a place to showcase their career prowess, it also is a place to kick start a career. Click To Tweet

3. Jobberman

Jobberman has over a thousand jobs listed across several sectors enlisted on a weekly basis. In addition, jobs can be searched for based on function, industry and location.

A profile with Jobberman is required and this requires signing up as a user.

Also, available jobs (with their description) are always uploaded on the site. This way, you have a clear understanding of what you are applying for. One good thing about Jobberman is that, while applying, you can specify what the range of salary you desire.

4. MyJobMag

This site should not be far from any Nigerian job seeker. It is so helpful because it shows the day the jobs were posted, which in turn helps you determine the jobs to apply for. Not only can one seek for jobs based on states and discipline, one can also source for it based on qualifications.

A profile is not required to apply for available jobs, but a CV is needed when applying and in some cases, a cover letter.

5. Instagram

While Instagram may be generally perceived as a place for sharing picture perfect moments, it’s also a good platform for a job search. In fact, there are various pages on the platform that upload job opportunities on a daily basis.

One hack would be to search for jobs on the explore page and check out the various pages that come up. You can use hashtags like #job, #jobvacancy, #jobsearch, and #recruiter, to get started. This is best experienced when you have an account with with Instagram.

While Instagram may be generally perceived as a place for sharing picture perfect moments, it's also a good platform for a job search. Click To Tweet


These are but a few examples of job sites for Nigerian Jobseekers. Do you know other popular and reliable ones? Please share below.

You can also read “Improving Your Employability: 6 Tips to Note“.

Written by: Olorunwa “Omojay” Arubina

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