It has been documented that Africans are 10 percent more likely to live through a coup than people in other parts of the world.
Highest salaries for workers: This has often been blamed on the continent’s history of coups and the poor economic conditions most countries face.
But over the decade, such military takeovers have become less common with most countries taking instrumental measures to grow their economies and improve their political environments.
Expatriates and multinational companies have even been attracted to most of these countries, and have invested big in them. At the moment, there are so many job opportunities in Africa with better salaries for anyone looking to move to the continent.
Numbeo, a body that provides timely information on world living conditions recently listed the countries in Africa with the highest paying jobs and salaries. Here are the top 10:
List of top 10 African countries with the highest salaries for workers from lowest to highest
Having one of the largest reserves of natural gas in the world, hydrocarbons have been the backbone of the economy, accounting for roughly 30% of GDP, and nearly 95% of export earnings. People in Algeria are paid an average of $295.22 a month.
Highest salaries for workers: Ghana’s rich and diverse natural resources, as well as its stable political system and respect for press freedom and free speech, have contributed to the growth of its economy. Apart from the oil sector, its economy is driven by manufacturing, automotive, industrial minerals, ship construction, among others. The country has an average monthly salary of $313.00.
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