Highest paying jobs of the year
How high is your salary? The Office of National Statistics (ONS) just released its Annual Survey of Hours and Earnings. The ONS surveyed a random 1% of workers who carry out each occupation, by using PAYE (Pay-As-You-Earn) tax records. Although these statistics don’t include your favourite football player’s tax records, nor do they include self-employed workers. So what jobs made it to the top 10 this year?
- Brokers – Stockbrokers, traders on the stock exchange, foreign exchange dealers, insurance brokers.
- Chief executives – Vice-president, chief medical officers, civil servants
- Marketing directors – Sales directors
- Aircraft pilots – First officers of airlines, flight engineers, flying instructors, helicopter pilots
- Financial managers and directors – Investment bankers. Treasury managers
- In-house lawyers – Attorneys, legal consultants
- Air traffic controllers – Air traffic service assistants, flight planners
- Medical practitioners
- IT and telecommunications directors – Technical directors of computer services
- Financial intuitions managers and directors – Bank manager, insurance manager