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  1. The Pom Queen

    Average UK Salary

    After assessing the earnings of 21,563,000 people, the ONS revealed that the average UK salary is £27,271, although most people will have to wait until their 30s before they’re earning that much. According to separate research by Instant Offices, those in their 20s will typically be taking home £1,829 to £1,924 per month. By the time you reach your 30s, you can expect to be earning between £2,331 and £2,535 per month, whilst most people in their 40s will be hitting up to £2,830 monthly earnings. UK Jobs by average salary 1. Brokers – £133,677 2. Chief executives and senior officials – £107,703 3. Aircraft pilots and flight engineers – £90,146 4. Marketing and sales directors – £82,962 5. Information technology and telecommunications directors – £80,215 6. Advertising and public relations directors – £77,619 7. Legal professionals – £73,425 8. Medical practitioners – 69,463 9. Senior police officers – £58,533 10. Human resource managers and directors – £56,315 11. Sales accounts and business development managers – £51,576 12. Senior professionals of educational establishments – £49,679 13. Senior officers in fire, ambulance, prison and related services – £48,228 14. Business and financial project management professionals – £47,795 15. Train and tram drivers – £47,101 16. Solicitors – £46,576 17. Taxation experts – £46.551 18. Finance and investment analysts and advisers – £45,490 19. Property, housing and estate managers – £44,423 20. Insurance underwriters – £43,487 21. Barristers and judges – £43,368 22. Architects – £43,029 23. Mechanical engineers – £43,029 24. Financial accounts managers – £41,389 25. Quantity surveyors – £41,086 26. Information technology and telecommunications professionals – £40,957 27. Programmers and software development professionals – £40,748 28. Construction project managers and related professionals – £40,519 29. Advertising accounts managers and creative directors – £40,510 30. Dental practitioners – £40,268 31. Civil engineers – £40,200 32. Rail transport operatives – £40,060 33. Higher education teaching professionals – £40,054 34. Police officers (sergeant and below) – £38,720 35. Chartered and certified accountants – £38,692 36. Veterinarians – £37,763 37. Arts officers, producers and directors – £37,519 38. Pharmacists – £37,439 39. Paramedics – £36,771 40. Psychologists – £36,495 41. Chartered surveyors – £36,470 42. Rail construction and maintenance operatives – £35,781 43. Business, research and administrative professionals – £35,545 44. Crane drivers – £35,458 45. Journalists, newspaper and periodical editors – £34,639 46. Engineering technicians – £34,355 47. Chartered architectural technologists – £33,651 48. Business sales executives- £33,432 49. Secondary education teaching professionals – £32,524 50. Buyers and procurement officers – £32,279 51. Education advisers and school inspectors – £31,655 52. Medical radiographers – £31,521 53. Legal associate professionals – £30,911 54. Social and humanities scientists – £30,888 55. Ophthalmic opticians – £30,834 56. Environmental health professionals – £30,777 57. Rail travel assistants – £30,698 58. Electricians and electrical fitters – £30,345 59. Leisure and sports managers – £30,201 60. Probation officers – £30,026 61. Primary and nursery education teaching professionals – £29,908 62. Web design and development professionals – £29,856 63. Marketing associate professionals- £29,797 64. Midwives – £29,529 65. Public relations professionals – £29,488 66. Health care practice managers – £29,253 67. Human resources and industrial relations officers – £29,221 68. Hotel and accommodation managers – £29,161 69. Social workers – £28,745 70. Physiotherapists- £28,560 71. Further education teaching professionals – £28,486 72. Customer service managers and supervisors- £28,387 73. Product, clothing and related designers – £28,346 74. Podiatrists – £27,330 75. Plumbers and heating and ventilating engineers – £27,330 76. Speech and language therapists – £26,765 77. Prison service officers (below principal officer) – £26,496 78. Medical and dental technicians – £26,440 79. Nurses – £26,252 80. Occupational therapists – £26,037 81. Police community support officers – £26,012 82. Graphic designers – £25,952 83. IT engineers – £25,934 84. Authors, writers and translators – £25,767 85. Vehicle technicians, mechanics and electricians – £25,145 86. Librarians – £24,927 87. Carpenters and joiners – £24,817 88. Bricklayers and masons – £24,790 89. Estate agents and auctioneers – £24,622 90. Finance officers- £24,418 91. Restaurant and catering establishment managers – £23,781 92. Housing officers- £23,521 93. Dispensing opticians – £23,458 94. Artists – £23,228 95. Farmers – £22,763 96. Ambulance staff (excluding paramedics) – £22,582 97. Plasterers – £22,370 98. Painters and decorators – £22,351 99. Archivists and curators – £22,264 100. Bus and coach drivers – £22,176 101. Hairdressing and beauty salon managers – £22,113 102. Laboratory technicians – £21,533 103. Musicians – £21,410 104. Construction operatives – £21,410 105. Fork-lift truck drivers – £21,345 106. Local government administrative occupations – £21,083 107. Book-keepers, payroll managers and wages clerks – £20,915 108. Postal workers, mail sorters, messengers and couriers- £20,855 109. Furniture makers and other craft woodworkers – £20,561 110. Youth and community workers – £20,491 111. Personal assistants and other secretaries – £19,738 112. Bank and post office clerks – £19,557 113. Welfare and housing associate professionals- £19,079 114. Teachers – £18,604 115. Catering and bar managers – £18,535 116. Legal secretary – £18,425 117. Landscape Gardener – £18,010 118. Sales supervisors – £17,812 119. Telephone salespersons – £17,549 120. Counsellors – £17,526 121. Chefs – £17,513 122. Butchers – £17,466 123. Undertakers / crematorium assistants – £17,414 124. Street cleaners – £17,402 125. Bakers – £17,231 126. Travel agents – £17,081 127. Veterinary nurses – £16,746 128. Senior care workers – £16,609 129. School secretaries – £16,366 130. Customer service operations – £15,334 131. Call centre workers – £15,206 132. Dental nurses – £14,788 133. Retail merchandisers – £14,738 134. Fishmongers – £14,299 135. Care workers – £12,650 136. Receptionists – £12,543 137. Teaching assistants – £11,916 138. Nursery assistants – £11,734 139. Beauticians – £11,618 140. Fitness instructors – £10,540 141. Retail assistants – £10,296 142. Hairdressers and barbers – £10,019 143. Cleaners £7,919 144. Waitresses – £7,554 145. Bar staff – £7,404
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