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Список профессий и зарплат в Британии. Узнайте, сколько зарабатывает сосед или проверьте свою зарплату

Многих интересует, за какие профессии больше платят, и сколько приблизительно зарабатывает сосед. Также список пригодится для тех, кто хочет переквалифицироваться или сменить работу на более выгодную.

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Согласно Office for National Statistics ONS в Великобритании годовые зарплаты отличаются в зависимости от рода занятия. Например, брокеры зарабатывают в 40 раз больше, чем люди, ответственные за безопасность детей на пути в школу.

Общая средняя заработная плата у 2,156,3000 человек, включенных в исследование, составила £27,271.

Нижеуказанная таблица включает перечень должностей и среднюю годовую зарплату для этих рабочих мест за весь 2014г.

UK SALARIES 2014
RankJob titleAverage salary*Change since 2013Number of jobs **
1Brokers£133,677n/a16,000
2Chief executives and senior officials£107,703-8.4%69,000
3Aircraft pilots and flight engineers£90,14612.5%8,000
4Marketing and sales directors£82,962-2.4%126,000
5Information technology and telecommunications directors£80,21523.7%23,000
6Financial institution managers and directors£78,7827.2%83,000
7Advertising and public relations directors£77,61923.8%7,000
8Financial managers and directors£76,320-0.9%238,000
9Air traffic controllers£75,4169.3%n/a
10Legal professionals£73,425-1.2%34,000
11Medical practitioners£69,463-1.7%171,000
12Actuaries, economists and statisticians£61,7490.2%16,000
13Senior police officers£58,533-0.4%12,000
14Human resource managers and directors£56,3154.3%89,000
15Research and development managers£52,8826.7%39,000
16Purchasing managers and directors£52,6831.2%45,000
17Sales accounts and business development managers£51,5767.2%392,000
18Physical scientists£50,763-6%n/a
19Production managers and directors in manufacturing£49,690-3.5%416,000
20Senior professionals of educational establishments£49,6790.6%89,000
21Production managers and directors in construction£49,6685%79,000
22IT specialist managers£49,1942%142,000
23Functional managers and directors£48,965-8.6%61,000
24Senior officers in fire, ambulance, prison and related services£48,228-2.4%8,000
25IT project and programme managers£48,144-3.8%17,000
26Health services and public health managers and directors£47,894-2.8%40,000
27Business and financial project management professionals£47,795-2.8%183,000
28Train and tram drivers£47,1013.5%25,000
29Electrical engineers£46,9845.7%21,000
30Solicitors£46,5763.8%70,000
31Taxation experts£46,5512.2%15,000
32IT business analysts, architects and systems designers£46,1973.9%93,000
33Finance and investment analysts and advisers£45,490-3.6%96,000
34Quality assurance and regulatory professionals£45,4586%62,000
35Property, housing and estate managers£44,42314.2%80,000
36Financial and accounting technicians£44,0801.2%27,000
37Management consultants and business analysts£43,8202.8%120,000
38Insurance underwriters£43,4871.4%23,000
39Barristers and judges£43,368-5.3%n/a
40Architects£43,307-1.9%29,000
41Mechanical engineers£43,029-3%32,000
42Rail and rolling stock builders and repairers£42,79313.5%n/a
43Managers and directors in transport and distribution£41,9982.8%58,000
44Electronics engineers£41,68512.2%n/a
45Engineering professionals£41,4530%126,000
46Financial accounts managers£41,3892%109,000
47Quantity surveyors£41,0865.8%23,000
48Information technology and telecommunications professionals£40,9571.6%75,000
49Waste disposal and environmental services managers£40,857-3.7%7,000
50Programmers and software development professionals£40,7481.1%158,000
51Construction project managers and related professionals£40,519-3.4%15,000
52Advertising accounts managers and creative directors£40,5107.3%20,000
53Dental practitioners£40,268-24.9%8,000
54Design and development engineers£40,2450.7%66,000
55Civil engineers£40,2004.3%41,000
56Rail transport operatives£40,0605.6%n/a
57Higher education teaching professionals£40,0542.6%152,000
58Social services managers and directors£39,698-0.9%13,000
59Ship and hovercraft officers£39,295-0.7%n/a
60Police officers (sergeant and below)£38,720-1.6%237,000
61Chartered and certified accountants£38,6923.2%76,000
62Production and process engineers£38,223-0.8%38,000
63Biological scientists and biochemists£38,1081%55,000
64Garage managers and proprietors£37,997-0.3%8,000
65Pipe fitters£37,9823.7%n/a
66Veterinarians£37,76316.7%10,000
67Arts officers, producers and directors£37,5194.7%18,000
68Marine and waterways transport operatives£37,51713.9%n/a
69Pharmacists£37,4390.5%35,000
70Paramedics£36,771-0.1%18,000
71Natural and social science professionals£36,5940.3%42,000
72Psychologists£36,4956.9%22,000
73Chartered surveyors£36,4702.7%50,000
74Quality control and planning engineers£36,4545.1%30,000
75Managers and proprietors in other services£36,0350%66,000
76Rail construction and maintenance operatives£35,781-10.4%12,000
77Skilled metal, electrical and electronic trades supervisors£35,7091.5%46,000
78Business, research and administrative professionals£35,545-1.2%61,000
79Crane drivers£35,45810.2%9,000
80Health and safety officers£35,3116.6%25,000
81Protective service associate professionals£35,249-0.6%23,000
82Journalists, newspaper and periodical editors£34,639-1.6%45,000
83Engineering technicians£34,3555.2%79,000
84Quarry workers and related operatives£34,250n/an/a
85Chemical scientists£34,099-4%12,000
86Aircraft maintenance and related trades£34,088-1.1%15,000
87Construction and building trades supervisors£34,0513.3%36,000
88Chartered architectural technologists£33,65117.8%n/a
89Business sales executives£33,4321.5%195,000
90Coal mine operatives£33,1024.1%n/a
91Secondary education teaching professionals£32,524-2.2%397,000
92Telecommunications engineers£32,3200.1%36,000
93Buyers and procurement officers£32,2792.1%48,000
94Estimators, valuers and assessors£32,261-0.5%46,000
95Environment professionals£32,036-3.6%32,000
96Education advisers and school inspectors£31,665-8.2%16,000
97Medical radiographers£31,5200.6%32,000
98Planning, process and production technicians£31,5055.3%34,000
99Electrical and electronic trades£31,2411.7%102,000
100Business and related research professionals£31,214-2.6%71,000
101Business and related associate professionals£30,9933.4%115,000
102Legal associate professionals£30,9115.1%52,000
103Social and humanities scientists£30,8883%n/a
104Ophthalmic opticians£30,834-0.4%6,000
105Environmental health professionals£30,777-3.9%10,000
106Rail travel assistants£30,6982.5%23,000
107Air-conditioning and refrigeration engineers£30,6526.4%n/a
108Building and civil engineering technicians£30,6101%n/a
109Managers and directors in storage and warehousing£30,386-5.6%100,000
110Electricians and electrical fitters£30,3451%113,000
111Metal plate workers, and riveters£30,2152.7%7,000
112Leisure and sports managers£30,2015.2%36,000
113Assemblers (vehicles and metal goods)£30,0970.9%53,000
114Probation officers£30,0264.1%11,000
115IT operations technicians£30,0260.5%93,000
116Metal working production and maintenance fitters£30,0103.1%286,000
117Residential, day and domiciliary care managers and proprietors£29,9910.9%39,000
118Managers and proprietors in agriculture and horticulture£29,971-7%12,000
119Electrical and electronics technicians£29,9263.6%12,000
120Primary and nursery education teaching professionals£29,9082.6%353,000
121Town planning officers£29,900-1%7,000
122Water and sewerage plant operatives£29,8722.7%9,000
123Web design and development professionals£29,8560.4%33,000
124Marketing associate professionals£29,797-0.9%102,000
125Managers and directors in retail and wholesale£29,7102.8%269,000
126Midwives£29,529-0.8%44,000
127Public relations professionals£29,488-7.1%28,000
128IT user support technicians£29,4490.6%114,000
129Draughtspersons£29,438-1.3%28,000
130Architectural and town planning technicians£29,4275.6%n/a
131Health care practice managers£29,253-6.4%13,000
132Scaffolders, stagers and riggers£29,235-4.5%15,000
133Public services associate professionals£29,2272.7%110,000
134Human resources and industrial relations officers£29,2210.9%106,000
135Hotel and accommodation managers and proprietors£29,161-9.5%15,000
136Boat and ship builders and repairers£29,1574%n/a
137Fire service officers (watch manager and below)£29,1243.3%60,000
138Office managers£29,0740.8%149,000
139Driving instructors£28,899-0.9%n/a
140Special needs education teaching professionals£28,8440.2%33,000
141Social workers£28,7452.4%96,000
142Precision instrument makers and repairers£28,703-1.4%12,000
143Physiotherapists£28,5602.7%45,000
144Further education teaching professionals£28,4862%119,000
145Health professionals£28,474-5.5%25,000
146Customer service managers and supervisors£28,387-1%60,000
147Product, clothing and related designers£28,346-3.7%23,000
148Importers and exporters£28,18916.8%n/a
149Inspectors of standards and regulations£27,895-2.4%22,000
150Quality assurance technicians£27,6511.2%26,000
151Podiatrists£27,578-2.2%6,000
152TV, video and audio engineers£27,3615.1%9,000
153Plumbers and heating and ventilating engineers£27,330-1.9%52,000
154Sheet metal workers£27,2845%11,000
155Energy plant operatives£27,1603%6,000
156Printers£27,0260.7%n/a
157Road construction operatives£26,9991.4%16,000
158Welfare professionals£26,9821.9%12,000
159Metal machining setters and setter-operators£26,976-0.2%60,000
160Science, engineering and production technicians£26,8200.3%118,000
161Speech and language therapists£26,765-0.7%n/a
162Welding trades£26,597-0.9%43,000
163Construction and building trades£26,593-1.1%28,000
164Prison service officers (below principal officer)£26,496-0.4%48,000
165Chemical and related process operatives£26,4564.9%25,000
166Medical and dental technicians£26,440-1.1%24,000
167Vocational and industrial trainers and instructors£26,384-0.9%100,000
168Nurses£26,2521.1%752,000
169Tool makers, tool fitters and markers-out£26,230-0.6%11,000
170Rubber process operatives£26,0534.9%n/a
171Occupational therapists£26,037-4.7%28,000
172Large goods vehicle drivers£26,0291.5%156,000
173Conservation professionals£26,023-10%n/a
174Police community support officers£26,0122.4%16,000
175Communication operators£25,973-3.3%12,000
176Graphic designers£25,9522.6%31,000
177IT engineers£25,934-4.3%n/a
178Air transport operatives£25,8154.4%11,000
179Pre-press technicians£25,8108.7%n/a
180Authors, writers and translators£25,767-1.8%12,000
181Steel erectors£25,70611.1%n/a
182Mobile machine drivers and operatives£25,6790.6%35,000
183Photographers, audio-visual and broadcasting equipment operators£25,5485.3%20,000
184Metal making and treating process operatives£25,4111.1%11,000
185Vehicle technicians, mechanics and electricians£25,1450.1%106,000
186Librarians£24,9271.9%17,000
187Conservation and environmental associate professionals£24,8627.6%6,000
188Office supervisors£24,860-0.6%29,000
189Carpenters and joiners£24,8173.3%71,000
190Conference and exhibition managers and organisers£24,8133.7%29,000
191Bricklayers and masons£24,7908.7%18,000
192Vehicle paint technicians£24,756-3.3%9,000
193Vehicle body builders and repairers£24,6443.6%23,000
194Estate agents and auctioneers£24,622-0.3%16,000
195Process operatives£24,496-0.5%10,000
196Floorers and wall tilers£24,4473.8%7,000
197Finance officers£24,41811.1%20,000
198Plant and machine operatives£24,2481%16,000
199Transport and distribution clerks and assistants£24,2412.7%46,000
200Routine inspectors and testers£24,169-2%44,000
201Publicans and managers of licensed premises£23,884-5.4%9,000
202Restaurant and catering establishment managers and proprietors£23,7811.8%32,000
203Agricultural machinery drivers£23,565-4.3%n/a
204Housing officers£23,5212%39,000
205Air travel assistants£23,5036.6%37,000
206Careers advisers and vocational guidance specialists£23,4685.5%12,000
207Dispensing opticians£23,458%n/a
208Artists£23,228-17.1%n/a
209Other drivers and transport operatives£23,128-4%7,000
210Plastics process operatives£22,9748.7%13,000
211Moulders, core makers and die casters£22,88714.3%n/a
212Roofers, roof tilers and slaters£22,8094.7%n/a
213Farmers£22,763-6.4%n/a
214Vehicle and parts salespersons and advisers£22,7045.2%10,000
215Ambulance staff (excluding paramedics)£22,582-1.5%16,000
216Other skilled trades£22,410-4.3%n/a
217Plasterers£22,3705.8%7,000
218Painters and decorators£22,351-1.3%24,000
219Electroplaters£22,3022.4%6,000
220Archivists and curators£22,264-1.2%7,000
221Bus and coach drivers£22,176-3.8%112,000
222Hairdressing and beauty salon managers and proprietors£22,113-9.4%n/a
223Pensions and insurance clerks and assistants£21,772-3.3%36,000
224Metal working machine operatives£21,719-1.5%24,000
225Laboratory technicians£21,5331.9%57,000
226Clergy£21,4296.9%36,000
227Musicians£21,4142.3%n/a
228Construction operatives£21,4101.9%78,000
229Fork-lift truck drivers£21,345-0.8%22,000
230Printing machine assistants£21,2501.4%17,000
231Child and early years officers£21,163-2.7%n/a
232Local government administrative occupations£21,0833.8%88,000
233Elementary construction occupations£21,0510.9%43,000
234Roundspersons and van salespersons£20,954-2%n/a
235Book-keepers, payroll managers and wages clerks£20,9152%230,000
236Postal workers, mail sorters, messengers and couriers£20,855-9.9%144,000
237Glaziers, window fabricators and fitters£20,8531.3%21,000
238Forestry workers£20,812-0.3%n/a
239Glass and ceramics process operatives£20,7414.1%6,000
240National government administrative occupations£20,5661.2%171,000
241Furniture makers and other craft woodworkers£20,5611.8%n/a
242Textile process operatives£20,5203.1%11,000
243Paper and wood machine operatives£20,5171.1%22,000
244Credit controllers£20,5053.7%26,000
245Youth and community workers£20,4912.7%69,000
246Stock control clerks and assistants£20,416-2.6%69,000
247Tyre, exhaust and windscreen fitters£20,2987.5%11,000
248Agricultural and fishing trades£20,2522.9%n/a
249Assemblers (electrical and electronic products)£20,2293.7%15,000
250Elected officers and representatives£20,145n/an/a
251Pharmaceutical technicians£20,144-2.8%16,000
252Security guards and related occupations£20,142-3.1%116,000
253Footwear and leather working trades£20,106-9.7%7,000
254Assemblers and routine operatives£19,995-0.7%87,000
255Refuse and salvage occupations£19,9452.4%23,000
256Elementary process plant occupations£19,8552.4%82,000
257Glass and ceramics makers, decorators and finishers£19,7450.1%n/a
258Personal assistants and other secretaries£19,7380.6%209,000
259Print finishing and binding workers£19,6892.3%17,000
260Pest control officers£19,6602.1%n/a
261Bank and post office clerks£19,5570.3%123,000
262Weavers and knitters£19,5101.5%n/a
263Sales administrators£19,468-0.8%60,000
264Records clerks and assistants£19,4442.1%120,000
265Upholsterers£19,1960.2%9,000
266Welfare and housing associate professionals£19,079-0.1%85,000
267Parking and civil enforcement occupations£19,0196.8%14,000
268Teaching and other educational professionals£18,604-1.2%84,000
269Groundsmen and greenkeepers£18,535-1.4%38,000
270Catering and bar managers£18,5353.2%53,000
271Legal secretaries£18,4252.5%24,000
272Elementary storage occupations£18,4240.4%415,000
273Financial administrative occupations£18,3270.1%109,000
274Van drivers£18,322-2.6%224,000
275Houseparents and residential wardens£18,1404.6%18,000
276Textiles, garments and related trades£18,0620.9%n/a
277Food, drink and tobacco process operatives£18,030-0.5%129,000
278Gardeners and landscape gardeners£18,0102.4%43,000
279Human resources administrative occupations£18,002-7.7%16,000
280Sales related occupations£17,961-3.8%21,000
281Sales supervisors£17,812-1%100,000
282Farm workers£17,730-1.4%28,000
283Horticultural trades£17,61716.8%n/a
284Telephone salespersons£17,5490.3%22,000
285Counsellors£17,526-8.7%n/a
286Chefs£17,5130.8%134,000
287Debt, rent and other cash collectors£17,4871.2%17,000
288Butchers£17,466-1.2%27,000
289Undertakers, mortuary and crematorium assistants£17,4142.2%12,000
290Street cleaners£17,402-1.6%5,000
291Company secretaries£17,345-5%21,000
292Medical secretaries£17,257-0.8%42,000
293Bakers and flour confectioners£17,2311.8%26,000
294Hospital porters£17,152-1.3%6,000
295Packers, bottlers, canners and fillers£17,1112%81,000
296Travel agents£17,081-7.2%26,000
297Veterinary nurses£16,746-2%11,000
298Senior care workers£16,609-2.8%47,000
299School secretaries£16,3664%23,000
300Typists and related keyboard occupations£16,296-1.1%26,000
301Other administrative occupations£16,1022.5%723,000
302Caretakers£16,073-0.4%62,000
303Nursing auxiliaries and assistants£15,509-0.2%325,000
304Elementary security occupations£15,446-0.6%n/a
305Industrial cleaning process occupations£15,3761%14,000
306Customer service occupations£15,334-1.6%307,000
307Fishing and other elementary agriculture occupations£15,302-2.1%14,000
308Taxi and cab drivers and chauffeurs£15,216-7.6%16,000
309Call and contact centre occupations£15,206-0.7%44,000
310Tailors and dressmakers£15,1076.7%n/a
311Animal care services occupations£15,0290.4%17,000
312Dental nurses£14,788-1.5%37,000
313Merchandisers and window dressers£14,738-9.3%19,000
314Telephonists£14,6885.1%9,000
315Cleaning and housekeeping managers and supervisors£14,6620.9%39,000
316Elementary cleaning occupations£14,642-3.4%n/a
317Fishmongers and poultry dressers£14,2990.1%n/a
318Sewing machinists£14,1081%20,000
319Vehicle valeters and cleaners£14,103-6.5%9,000
320Window cleaners£13,6468.5%n/a
321Leisure and travel service occupations£12,880-17.7%17,000
322Care workers and home carers£12,650-1.3%598,000
323Library clerks and assistants£12,5632.6%27,000
324Receptionists£12,543-0.5%204,000
325Housekeepers and related occupations£12,098-6.7%30,000
326Sports coaches, instructors and officials£11,9382.5%42,000
327Teaching assistants£11,9161.6%281,000
328Pharmacy and other dispensing assistants£11,8940.2%41,000
329Elementary administration occupations£11,819-0.8%28,000
330Shelf fillers£11,8125.9%86,000
331Nursery nurses and assistants£11,7341%151,000
332Launderers, dry cleaners and pressers£11,6854.9%18,000
333Beauticians and related occupations£11,618-6%23,000
334Educational support assistants£11,590-0.1%124,000
335Sports and leisure assistants£11,138-3.4%54,000
336Cooks£10,958-3.7%65,000
337Fitness instructors£10,5403.2%21,000
338Elementary sales occupations£10,511-14.4%4,000
339Sales and retail assistants£10,2962.4%934,000
340Florists£10,14213.6%n/a
341Hairdressers and barbers£10,019-1.6%50,000
342Other elementary services occupations£9,996-5.9%n/a
343Retail cashiers and check-out operators£9,160-3.4%133,000
344Kitchen and catering assistants£8,9751.7%339,000
345Market research interviewers£8,42415.2%7,000
346Cleaners and domestics£7,919-1.5%503,000
347Waiters and waitresses£7,554-0.8%96,000
348Bar staff£7,4041.6%89,000
349Care escorts£7,244-3.3%11,000
350Playworkers£6,922-6.4%34,000
351School midday and crossing patrol occupations£3,3946.9%87,000
   
All employees£27,2710.6%21,563,000
* Mean average. **Estimated   
Source: Office for National Statistics. Annual Survey of Hours and Earnings. View the complete set of data here


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