What are the highest paid jobs of 2017 in UK
Have you ever wondered what was the highest paid jobs of 2017 in the UK?
Check out this great list to find out highest paid jobs in the UK:
10- Financial Manager
Bank managers, insurance managers…
Average pay for Financial managers are £75,000 before tax.
You don’t need to have a degree to become a financial manager. You need years of experience in banking or in financial industries.
9- IT Director
Average IT directors pay before tax is £78,000. Depends on the experience and company size this may increase to £100k a year.
You may become an IT director with a good experience however companies usually require a degree in programming, computing etc.
8- Medical practitioners
Consultants, GPs, surgeons, radiologists…
Average pay Medical practitioners in the UK is £79,000 a year.
In order to as a Medical practitioner you will need to a have a degree recognised by General Medical Council.
7- Air traffic controllers
This includes Air traffic service assistants and flight planners.
Average for Air traffic controllers are £82,000 and this is before tax.
You don’t need to have a degree to become a Air traffic controller.
You need to pass several tests done by NATS. Those tests are usually hard to pass but once you done it you will be earning £82,000 average before tax.
Average pay for Lawyers are £80,000 and this includes Attorneys and legal consultants.
You will need a degree in Law in order to work as a Lawyer. You will also need to complete a LPC course and win a two year training contract.
Average pay for Investment bankers and Bank managers are before tax is £84,000 a year.
You will need a degree in order to work in this area.
This job title includes pilots, flight engineers, helicopter pilots.
Average pay before tax for Pilots are £86,000.
You don’t need to have a degree in order to become a Pilot however becoming a pilot is expensive and it takes time.
3- Marketing directors
Average pay for Marketing directors are £88,000 a year before tax.
You don’t usually need to have a degree to become a Marketing director however a degree would help build a career career in sales industry.
2- Chief executives
Average pay for Chief executives before tax are £124,000 a year.
You don’t need to have a degree but years of experience is a must.
This title includes Stockbrokers, traders on the stock exchange, forex dealers, insurance brokers.
Average pay for this industry is £134,000 before tax.
You don’t really need to have a degree to work as a Broker however employers may ask relevant degree.