Where Can A Linguist Work in Nigeria

Last updated on March 10, 2021 by The Counselor

Why is it that we have different languages? Why do they change over time? What is the best way to learn or teach a language? How does the language of literature differ from other kinds of language? A Linguistics degree connects the study of language to real-world problems and their solutions. It can, therefore, prepare you for a variety of careers.

If you are a student seeking admission to study Linguistics, I want to assume you already know the requirements to study Linguistics and you have also read through the list of courses under Linguistics.

Nevertheless, this information is not enough to make you want to study Linguistics. It is will be wise for you to also consider Linguistics careers; where can a Linguists work in Nigeria?

Believe me, you are doing the right thing in for searching what careers opportunities in Linguistics because there are so many courses in the University with little or no good job opportunities or a good career choice. Notwithstanding, I’m not ignorant of the fact that you may end up on a different career entirely different from your Linguistics degree.

 

These are the top career opportunities for Linguists in Nigeria:

  • Accent Coach
  • Audiologist
  • Computer Programmer
  • Digital copywriter
  • Editor
  • Foreign Language Teaching
  • Foreign Relief Worker
  • Information Technology
  • Interpreter
  • Language Data Analyst
  • Language Services Industry
  • Language Teaching
  • Lexicographer
  • Librarian Civil Service Employee
  • Marketing Specialist
  • Publishing
  • Speech Pathologist/Therapist
  • Subtitler
  • Teaching in Literacy Programs
  • Technical Writer
  • Translator/Editor
  • Writer/Editor

 

Linguistics has more various job opportunities with diverse subjects, depending upon the specialization and interest of the student. Not satisfied? take a look at Linguistics-related courses here

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3 thoughts on “Where Can A Linguist Work in Nigeria”

    1. Absolutely! I didn’t even write a language course in jamb but was granted admission to study Linguistics. I graduated two years ago.

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