Current List 2023: Top 11 Highest Paying Jobs In Botswana

Filed in Jobs by on January 4, 2023 0 Comments

Botswana is one of the largest countries in southern Africa having the Kahalri desert as a notable landscape and the Okavango Delta. Botswana boasts of beautiful game reserve and enormous natural resources. Botswana is known to holding and sustaining the world’s longest economy expansion which it does mainly through diamond mining which has contributed to about 50% of the country’s revenue over the years.

Not only does the country rig with plentiful natural resources, there are hundreds of job opportunities one could easily lay holds on and, few high paying jobs which are available in Botswana are listed below;

1. Surgeons/Doctors earn 66,000bwp every month in Botswana. Surgeons are doctors who perform surgery. They have to dissect using knowledge of human anatomy to diagnose, treat and perform surgery on a patient. I work in a hospital so I know the tedious works Surgeons are heaped with. Sometimes they may be on call on their scheduled day off and have to be at the operation room, sometimes standing on foot for hours to help a patient.

2. Judges earn more than 53400bwp every month as their job description is quiet elaborate. Judges make legal decisions, preside over a trial, advise the jury and decide if the defendant is guilty or innocent.

3. Lawyers earn 44900bwp every month. Law is a respected profession in Botswana owing to their huge role in government and society. Lawyers offer legal counsel to individuals, companies and government. They help individuals or parties make or sign a contract in agreement and offer lots of other legal jobs. Lawyers could own their chambers or work in government courts.

4. Chief Executive Officer earns 44,209bwp or more every month. They have to oversee to the company’s needs. Work with every team in the firm or organisation or in government to make and implement decisions that will raise the company ahead.

5. Bank Managers earn 42,200bwp in Botswana or more depending on the firm or bank. A bank manager leads the operation, administration, marketing, training, lending, and security of a bank or its branch. Bank managers supervise teams of product specialists, and internal or external bank officials to provide excellent service to clients.

6. Chief Financial Officers earn more than 36,900bwp by directing the financial actions of a bank, organization, or government. Their duties involve tracking down cash flow, assessing the strengths and weaknesses of a firm to propose strategies for growth.

7. Managing Director in Botswana earns 35,787bwp. Managing directors take care of company’s business operations, liaise with stakeholders, run strategic company growth, and are laddled with the overall performance of the business. They aid the company grow or they assist in the ruins.

8. Orthodontists are in high demand in Botswana with the frequent cases of tooth issues. They earn 35,600bwp per month and are responsible for the treatment of tooth problems ranging from misaligned tooth to crooked teeth.

9. Finance Manager earn 33,231bwp and are responsible for data processing and analysis in companies, they advise senior managers on profitable ideas. Financial managers take care of the financial construct of organization. They create financial reports, direct investment activities, and develop long and short term plans and financial goals of the organization.

10. College Professors in Botswana like every other country are held in high esteem and earn more than 31,700bwp. Being a college Professor is a huge responsibility as they have to create lecture notes, assist students in practicals and ensure they understand each topics.

11. Pilots earn 26,400bwp and more in Botswana and this is one of the most sought after profession in the world. Pilots are trained to operate aircraft. They could also design flight plans as part of their jobs, perform maintenance checks and ensure the craft is ready for departure.

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