Hello Nairalanders,<br><br>I will be 30 years in a few months and I have never felt so much unease as I do right now. I work with one of the federal parastatals and I am currently on level 10 going to 12 next year. I have a Master degree athough it is not exactly relevant to my current job.<br><br>The problem is that my organisation uses the Ministry salary structure and my monthly net is below 80k even as a level 10 staff.<br><br>I am not married and I am academically inclined. Asides having a Master degree, I have over 8 professional certifications.<br><br>I have been trying to clinch a transfer of service to a better parastatal where the remuneration is better and where my knowledge/experiences as a science graduate will be better appreciated but it has been a bit difficult.<br><br>However, just before the COVID-19 episode in Nigeria, I got the right link for a transfer of service to a better parastatal but the process got stalled with the COVID-19 palaver.<br><br>I have 4 siblings who are Canadian citizens and they have been on my neck to migrate. I never took the calls seriously until this lockdown period. My siblings are arguing about the uncertainty of the Nigerian economy post-covid and advising me to seize this opportunity to migrate and start a new career over there'<br><br>My question therefore, "is it wise to stay back since I have gone quite far in my public service career and just wait for the opportunity to transfer my service to a better paying federal parastatal OR do I migrate to Canada and start a new career'<br><br>Your honest inputs will be highly appreciated. Thanks!<br><br>@CrazyMan @1forall Please I need your help in pushing this forward for a wider view. Thank you. Click here to read full news..