These are the average salaries that 100 UK careers pay…

Are you considering a career path change, or just generally curious about what your friends might earn?

Are you considering a career path change, thinking you’re in need of a pay rise, or just generally curious about what your friends might earn?

The Office of National Statistics has surveyed the salaries of a rather impressive 21,563,000 people in the UK and generated an epic list of average salaries for 400 common job roles in the UK. But before you commit yourself to a new life as a Broker, bear in mind that the average UK salary is a slightly more modest £27,271…

Here are 117 annual UK salaries from the list of 400…

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. Advertising and public relations directors – £77,619
6. Legal professionals – £73,425
7. Medical practitioners – £69,463
8. Human resource managers and directors – £56,315
9. Sales accounts and business development managers – £51,576
10. Senior professionals of educational establishments – £49,679
11. Senior officers in fire, ambulance, prison and related services – £48,228
12. Business and financial project management professionals – £47,795
13. Train and tram drivers – £47,101
14. Solicitors – £46,576
15. Taxation experts – £46.551
16. Finance and investment analysts and advisers – £45,490
17. Property, housing and estate managers – £44,423
18. Insurance underwriters – £43,487
19. Barristers and judges – £43,368
20. Architects – £43,029
21. Financial accounts managers – £41,389
22. Quantity surveyors – £41,086
23. Information technology and telecommunications professionals – £40,957
24. Programmers and software development professionals – £40,748
25. Construction project managers and related professionals – £40,519
26. Advertising accounts managers and creative directors – £40,510
27. Dental practitioners – £40,268
28. Civil engineers – £40,200
29. Rail transport operatives – £40,060
30. Higher education teaching professionals – £40,054
31. Police officers (sergeant and below) – £38,720
32. Chartered and certified accountants – £38,692
33. Veterinarians – £37,763
34. Arts officers, producers and directors – £37,519
35. Pharmacists – £37,439 39. Paramedics – £36,771
36. Psychologists – £36,495
37. Chartered surveyors – £36,470
38. Rail construction and maintenance operatives – £35,781
39. Crane drivers – £35,458
40. Journalists, newspaper and periodical editors – £34,639
41. Engineering technicians – £34,355
42. Education advisers and school inspectors – £31,655
43. Medical radiographers – £31,521
44. Ophthalmic opticians – £30,834
45. Rail travel assistants – £30,698
46. Electricians and electrical fitters – £30,345
47. Leisure and sports managers – £30,201
48. Probation officers – £30,026
49. Primary and nursery education teaching professionals – £29,908
50. Web design and development professionals – £29,856
51. Marketing associate professionals – £29,797
52. Midwives – £29,529
53. Public relations professionals – £29,488
54. Human resources and industrial relations officers – £29,221
55. Hotel and accommodation managers – £29,161
56. Social workers – £28,745
57. Physiotherapists – £28,560
58. Customer service managers and supervisors – £28,387
59. Product, clothing and related designers – £28,346
60. Plumbers – £27,330
61. Speech and language therapists – £26,765
62. Medical and dental technicians – £26,440
63. Nurses – £26,252
64. Occupational therapists – £26,037
65. Police community support officers – £26,012
66. Graphic designers – £25,952
67. IT engineers – £25,934
68. Authors, writers and translators – £25,767
69. Mechanics and electricians – £25,145
70. Librarians – £24,927
71. Carpenters and joiners – £24,817
72. Bricklayers and masons – £24,790
73. Estate agents and auctioneers – £24,622
74. Finance officers – £24,418
75. Restaurant and catering establishment managers – £23,781
76. Artists – £23,228
77. Farmers – £22,763
78. Ambulance staff (excluding paramedics) – £22,582
79. Painters and decorators – £22,351
80. Archivists and curators – £22,264
81. Bus drivers – £22,176
82. Hairdressing and beauty salon managers – £22,113
83. Laboratory technicians – £21,533
84. Musicians – £21,410
85. Fork-lift truck drivers – £21,345
86. Book-keepers, payroll managers and wages clerks – £20,915
87. Youth and community workers – £20,491
88. Personal assistants and other secretaries – £19,738
89. Bank and post office clerks – £19,557
90. Teachers – £18,604
91. Catering and bar managers – £18,535
92. Legal secretary – £18,425
93. Landscape Gardener – £18,010
94. Telephone salespersons – £17,549
95. Counsellors – £17,526
96. Chefs – £17,513
97. Undertakers – £17,414
98. Street cleaners – £17,402
99. Travel agents – £17,081
100. Veterinary nurses – £16,746
101. Senior care workers – £16,609
102. School secretaries – £16,366
103. Customer service operations – £15,334
104. Call centre workers – £15,206
105. Dental nurses – £14,788
106. Retail merchandisers – £14,738
107. Care workers – £12,650
108. Receptionists – £12,543
109. Teaching assistants – £11,916
110. Nursery assistants – £11,734
111. Beauticians – £11,618
112. Fitness instructors – £10,540
113. Retail assistants – £10,296
114. Hairdressers and barbers – £10,019
115. Cleaners £7,919
116. Waitresses – £7,554
117. Bar staff – £7,404

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