UK: 30 Best and Worst Paid Jobs
The best paid jobs include professions like law, teaching and medicine and those in managerial roles, from HR to PR The Office for National Statistics has published its annual data on wages, which reveal that UK employees are on average better off this year than at any time since the financial crisis – though they still earn less than they did in 2003.
Average weekly earnings for full-time employees are £528, up 1.8 per cent on £518 in 2014, but less than the average £534 weekly wage in 2003.
Women still earn about £100 less than men a week in a gender gap that just refuses to disappear. Public sector workers earn much more than those in the private sector. Public sector workers can earn considerably more
So what can you do to improve your salary? Aside from working in the public sector, or not being a woman, you could also choose one of these 30 jobs that pay far more than the average – and steer clear of the 30 worst paid.