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- February 6, 2012 at 10:44 am #32699
If you are interested working for Lloyds then you may think about Lloyds pay! How much does Lloyds pay for their employees? It it worth to apply for vacancies?
What are you looking for when it comes to a career? Do you want a place that will let you work with people and work on team efforts or do you work best on your own? What sort of pay do you expect and do you want to think about needing to move? Where do you want your job to take you, and how can you expect to rise? There are plenty of things that you need to think about when you are looking for a job, and when you are considering Lloyds job vacancies, you will find that there are a number of different things that you need to consider.
One of my friend used to work at a branch of Lloyds in London and she said that she was getting Â£8.34 p/hour as a cashier.
Are you currently working for the bank? Can you please let us know about your rate?
View more pay scales?February 8, 2012 at 11:38 am #35413
Theres a number of different roles within Lloyds TSB, with a wide range of salaries:
Assistant Manager average salary is Â£33,000.
Personal Banking Manager average salary is Â£17,761.
Customer Advisor average salary is Â£11,930.
Relationship Director average salary is Â£75,107.
Personal Banker average salary is Â£16,117.
Risk Analyst average salary is Â£51,301.
Risk Manager average salary is Â£47,478.
Graduate average salary is Â£33,014.
Project Manager average salary is Â£45,662.
Associate Director average salary is Â£64,421.
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