As of 2021, there were 60.5 million employed Nigerians according to the International Labour Organization. The number of employed Nigerians has significantly increased going by the recent modification to the methodology used by the National Bureau of Statistics of Nigeria in its employment status computation.
Beyond the number of employed or unemployed Nigerians, there are other important factors to consider with respect to the workspace.
Up until 15 years ago, most parents wanted their children to become doctors, lawyers, or engineers, or pursue what they considered equally respectable professions. The focus has recently shifted towards careers in the entertainment and technology space.
More recently, there have been discussions about toxic workplaces, horrible bosses, and similar workplace trends.
Intelpoint is trying to understand the Nigerian workplace: people's academic disciplines, the kind of work they currently do, and their understanding of toxic workplaces, among others.
To understand the Nigerian workplace fully, Intelpoint has designed a questionnaire targeted at Nigerian professionals irrespective of employment status or experience level. The questionnaire is for every worker — remote, on-site, hybrid, full-time, part-time, and freelancers.
Fill in the anonymous questionnaire below. You can also access the questionnaire here.