The Guardian put together a great list of highest paid jobs of 2016 in the UK. Have you got any of these jobs in the list?
When you see the list you will see that none of the highest paid jobs are unreacable for anyone and never too late to get one of them.
This title includes Stockbrokers, traders on the stock exchange, foreign exchange dealers, forex, insurance brokers.
Average pay: £134,000
#2. Chief executives
Includes: Vice-presidents, chief medical officers, civil servants
Average pay: £124,000
#3. Marketing directors
Includes: Sales directors.
Average pay: £88,000
#4. Aircraft pilots
Includes: First officers of airlines, flight engineers, flying instructors, helicopter pilots.
Average pay: £86,915.
#5. Financial managers and directors
Includes: Investment bankers, Treasury managers.
Average pay: £84,675
#6. In-house lawyers
Includes: Attorneys, legal consultants.
Average pay: £80,210.
#7. Air traffic controllers
Includes: Air traffic service assistants, flight planners.
Average pay: £81,132.
#8. Medical practitioners
Includes: Anaesthetists, hospital consultants, GPs, paediatricians, psychiatrists, radiologists, surgeons.
Average pay: £78,386.
#9. IT and telecommunications directors
Includes: Technical directors of computer services.
Average pay: £78,071.
#10. Financial institution managers and directors
Includes: Bank manager, insurance manager.
Average pay: £75,169.