The answer to this question depends on the researcher’s skill level, credentials, and experience, as well as the area of research and field of study in which they are involved in. The average annual income for most researchers in Namibia is around N$470,000 to N$570,000 annually. For researchers at the bachelor’s degree level with little to no experience, the average annual salary falls between N$83,000 and N$93,000.
Who is a researcher?
Researchers are people who have a deep understanding of a topic and then use their knowledge to solve problems. There are many types of research, from designing new drugs to investigating how the climate affects our daily lives. Researchers can work for universities, companies, or governments. Some researchers work on their own projects and others work as part of a team. Some research projects last for just a few months while others may take years.