This research examined the effect of wage employment on rural transformation in Makurdi, Benue State using the instrument of Benue State Rural Development Authority. Both primary and secondary source of data and information were used for the study and questionnaire was used to obtained information from the primary source while journals and internet constituted secondary source of information. The population for this study is one hundred and thirty seven (137) respondents from the study area. The statistical tools employed were the Pearson Product Moment Correlation Coefficients (r) to examine all the hypotheses of the study. The findings of the study indicates that an inverse relationship exists between Rural Transformation (RUTF) and Employment in the study area in the study area. The result of the study indicates that the strength of the relationship is 0.092** or 9.2% and the relationship is not statistically significant (p>0.01). On the basis of p-value of the estimate, we accept the null hypothesis; that is, we accept that there is statistically significant relationship between employmentand rural transformation. A positive or direct relationship between Wealth among (WAMP) andRural Transformation (RUTF) in Benue State and the relationship is statistically significant (p<0.01). A positive or direct relationship between Crime Rate (CRMR) and Rural Transformation (RUTF) in the study area State and the relationship is statistically significant (p<0.01). It was concluded that the study concludes that there is greater emphasis not only on generating more employment opportunities but also on improving the quality of new and existing jobs so that it can lead to increase in wealth and standard of life of the people.