L’Office for National Statistics del Regno Unito (il nostro ISTAT) ha pubblicato i risultati provvisori dell’edizione 2014 dell’Annual Survey of Hours and Earnings.

Si tratta di un’analisi che ambisce a stimare le ore lavorate e gli stipendi guadagnati da chi lavora nel Regno Unito.

Il campione utilizzato si basa sull’1% di informazioni relative al pagamento di tasse all’HM Revenue and Customs da parte di dipendenti di aziende che operano nel Regno Unito.

Questo articolo tratta di paghe medie settimanali lorde a seconda della professione.

Le professioni sono elencate in ordine decrescente di posti di lavoro.

La definizione e’ in inglese per garantire che siate sicuri che corrisponda a quello che fate come lavoro e che corrisponda il più possibile a titoli di lavoro usati negli annunci di lavoro.

Ogni professione avrà la distribuzione intorno alla media che dipende da età e esperienza del lavoratore, regione del Regno Unito, azienda per la quale si lavora, settore pubblico o privato, ecc

Insomma un punto di partenza per aiutarvi a capire i livelli salariali ma, assolutamente, non una garanzia che riceverete quel salario una volta emigrati.

Professione Posti di lavoro (migliaia) Paga Settimanale Lorda Media
Sales and retail assistants 1093 £194
Other administrative occupations n.e.c. 901 £314
Nurses 836 £529
Care workers and home carers 733 £253
Cleaners and domestics 618 £156
Elementary storage occupations 531 £353
Kitchen and catering assistants 489 £173
Sales accounts and business development managers 474 £851
Production managers and directors in manufacturing 463 £894
Secondary education teaching professionals 436 £637
Primary and nursery education teaching professionals 384 £581
Nursing auxiliaries and assistants 376 £304
Customer service occupations n.e.c. 367 £290
Teaching assistants 328 £233
Metal working production and maintenance fitters 313 £592
Managers and directors in retail and wholesale 293 £542
Van drivers 273 £356
Book-keepers, payroll managers and wages clerks 270 £408
Financial managers and directors 262 £1,233
Receptionists 245 £245
Business sales executives 242 £575
Police officers (sergeant and below) 241 £750
Medical practitioners 240 £1,252
Personal assistants and other secretaries 236 £374
Business and financial project management professionals 217 £886
Chefs 195 £332
Large goods vehicle drivers 184 £520
Programmers and software development professionals 182 £778
National government administrative occupations 179 £402
Waiters and waitresses 174 £139
Higher education teaching professionals 167 £781
Nursery nurses and assistants 164 £233
Office managers 164 £554
Bar staff 164 £140
Postal workers, mail sorters, messengers and couriers 152 £397
IT specialist managers 151 £906
Educational support assistants 146 £225
Management consultants and business analysts 143 £795
Marketing and sales directors 141 £1,398
Food, drink and tobacco process operatives 141 £351
Bank and post office clerks 139 £367
Business and related associate professionals n.e.c. 138 £556
Engineering professionals n.e.c. 138 £780
Human resources and industrial relations officers 136 £541
Further education teaching professionals 135 £555
Records clerks and assistants 135 £373
Retail cashiers and check-out operators 135 £175
Security guards and related occupations 132 £385
Marketing associate professionals 132 £533
IT user support technicians 131 £564
Science, engineering and production technicians n.e.c. 129 £509
Financial administrative occupations n.e.c. 128 £349
Electricians and electrical fitters 125 £592
Financial accounts managers 121 £737
Bus and coach drivers 119 £440
Public services associate professionals 116 £547
Electrical and electronic trades n.e.c. 116 £599
Vehicle technicians, mechanics and electricians 116 £475
Vocational and industrial trainers and instructors 115 £505
Finance and investment analysts and advisers 111 £768
Managers and directors in storage and warehousing 109 £571
Social workers 107 £558
IT business analysts, architects and systems designers 106 £849
IT operations technicians 106 £564
School midday and crossing patrol occupations 104 £68
Elementary process plant occupations n.e.c. 103 £378
Teaching and other educational professionals n.e.c. 101 £348
Packers, bottlers, canners and fillers 101 £321
Sales supervisors 101 £346
Human resource managers and directors 98 £956
Welfare and housing associate professionals n.e.c. 97 £365
Assemblers and routine operatives n.e.c. 97 £388
Senior professionals of educational establishments 95 £964
Business and related research professionals 93 £598
Construction operatives n.e.c. 92 £418
Local government administrative occupations 92 £407
Production managers and directors in construction 91 £848
Information technology and telecommunications professionals n.e.c. 89 £754
Property, housing and estate managers 89 £739
Financial institution managers and directors 88 £1,288
Chartered and certified accountants 87 £722
Shelf fillers 87 £226
Engineering technicians 85 £669
Solicitors 82 £855
Youth and community workers 79 £395
Design and development engineers 77 £758
Stock control clerks and assistants 77 £387
Carpenters and joiners 76 £491
Sports and leisure assistants 75 £201
Chief executives and senior officials 74 £1,663
Sales administrators 74 £367
Managers and proprietors in other services n.e.c. 72 £660
Cooks 72 £218
Quality assurance and regulatory professionals 70 £844
Caretakers 68 £310
Functional managers and directors n.e.c. 67 £866
Business, research and administrative professionals n.e.c. 66 £695
Laboratory technicians 64 £409
Managers and directors in transport and distribution 63 £775
Legal associate professionals 63 £566
Customer service managers and supervisors 63 £537
Catering and bar managers 62 £368
Fire service officers (watch manager and below) 61 £579
Metal machining setters and setter-operators 61 £550
Chartered surveyors 59 £686
Biological scientists and biochemists 59 £709
Plumbers and heating and ventilating engineers 58 £533
Elementary construction occupations 57 £393
Assemblers (vehicles and metal goods) 56 £602
Sports coaches, instructors and officials 56 £227
Hairdressers and barbers 54 £189
Buyers and procurement officers 53 £610
Estimators, valuers and assessors 52 £587
Senior care workers 52 £331
Call and contact centre occupations 51 £301
Journalists, newspaper and periodical editors 51 £653
Transport and distribution clerks and assistants 50 £471
Routine inspectors and testers 50 £467
Purchasing managers and directors 50 £958
Physiotherapists 50 £569
Welding trades 50 £516
Prison service officers (below principal officer) 50 £521
Natural and social science professionals n.e.c. 49 £690
Skilled metal, electrical and electronic trades supervisors 49 £689
Gardeners and landscape gardeners 47 £345
Midwives 47 £581
Civil engineers 46 £783
Groundsmen and greenkeepers 45 £354
Residential, day and domiciliary care managers and proprietors 45 £594
Medical secretaries 45 £333
Web design and development professionals 44 £561
Cleaning and housekeeping managers and supervisors 44 £281
Housing officers 44 £456
Health services and public health managers and directors 43 £915
Pharmacy and other dispensing assistants 43 £234
Playworkers 41 £137
Elementary administration occupations n.e.c. 41 £219
Research and development managers 41 £933
Production and process engineers 41 £745
Construction and building trades supervisors 40 £669
Pensions and insurance clerks and assistants 40 £407
Housekeepers and related occupations 40 £224
Leisure and sports managers 40 £565
Mobile machine drivers and operatives n.e.c. 40 £520
Air travel assistants 40 £428
Graphic designers 39 £493
Pharmacists 39 £699
Legal professionals n.e.c. 38 £1,264
Conference and exhibition managers and organisers 38 £433
Special needs education teaching professionals 38 £556
Planning, process and production technicians 38 £594
Clergy 38 £400
Mechanical engineers 37 £826
Telecommunications engineers 37 £600
Restaurant and catering establishment managers and proprietors 37 £455
Dental nurses 36 £297
Farm workers 36 £345
Quality control and planning engineers 36 £709
Medical radiographers 35 £617
Construction and building trades n.e.c. 35 £511
Environment professionals 35 £624
Architects 35 £798
Public relations professionals 34 £569
Travel agents 33 £303
Leisure and theme park attendants 33 £113
Draughtspersons 32 £558
Butchers 31 £332
Office supervisors 30 £473
Typists and related keyboard occupations 30 £310
Library clerks and assistants 30 £239
Occupational therapists 30 £519
Quality assurance technicians 30 £535
Telephone salespersons 29 £319
Financial and accounting technicians 29 £848
Sales related occupations n.e.c. 29 £327
Quantity surveyors 29 £768
Beauticians and related occupations 28 £237
Credit controllers 28 £392
Chemical and related process operatives 27 £515
Health and safety officers 27 £669
Child and early years officers 27 £409
Painters and decorators 27 £462
Bakers and flour confectioners 27 £326
Fork-lift truck drivers 27 £421
Legal secretaries 27 £353
Information technology and telecommunications directors 26 £1,218
Product, clothing and related designers 26 £539
Health professionals n.e.c. 26 £554
Psychologists 26 £703
Fitness instructors 26 £206
Medical and dental technicians 26 £511
School secretaries 25 £312
Train and tram drivers 25 £906
Metal working machine operatives 25 £415
Electrical engineers 24 £848
Protective service associate professionals n.e.c. 24 £682
Vehicle body builders and repairers 24 £470
Merchandisers and window dressers 24 £274
Rail travel assistants 24 £604
Refuse and salvage occupations 24 £380
Insurance underwriters 23 £763
Animal care services occupations n.e.c. 23 £269
Paper and wood machine operatives 22 £395
Inspectors of standards and regulations 22 £550
Advertising accounts managers and creative directors 22 £792
Glaziers, window fabricators and fitters 21 £423
Finance officers 21 £466
Sewing machinists 21 £291
Human resources administrative occupations 21 £357
Company secretaries 21 £329
Photographers, audio-visual and broadcasting equipment operators 21 £464
Launderers, dry cleaners and pressers 21 £226
Other skilled trades n.e.c. 21 £423
Fishing and other elementary agriculture occupations n.e.c. 20 £307
Leisure and travel service occupations n.e.c. 20 £220
Childminders and related occupations 20 £252
Printers 20 £533
Debt, rent and other cash collectors 20 £329
Houseparents and residential wardens 20 £358
Arts officers, producers and directors 20 £705
Other elementary services occupations n.e.c. 19 £181
Ambulance staff (excluding paramedics) 19 £429
Road construction operatives 19 £520
Industrial cleaning process occupations 19 £273
Paramedics 19 £715
Actuaries, economists and statisticians 19 £1,019
Estate agents and auctioneers 19 £441
Pharmaceutical technicians 18 £393
IT project and programme managers 18 £902
Printing machine assistants 18 £418
Print finishing and binding workers 18 £389
Taxation experts 18 £874
Brokers 18 £1,457
Taxi and cab drivers and chauffeurs 18 £300
Police community support officers 18 £503
Hotel and accommodation managers and proprietors 18 £558
Construction project managers and related professionals 18 £754
Bricklayers and masons 18 £487
Education advisers and school inspectors 17 £611
Scaffolders, stagers and riggers 17 £603
Librarians 17 £493
Plant and machine operatives n.e.c. 16 £480
Parking and civil enforcement occupations 16 £356
Physical scientists 16 £910
Tyre, exhaust and windscreen fitters 15 £361
Aircraft maintenance and related trades 15 £635
Social services managers and directors 15 £762
Careers advisers and vocational guidance specialists 15 £433
Architectural and town planning technicians 15 £555
Authors, writers and translators 14 £503
Plastics process operatives 14 £436
Welfare professionals n.e.c. 14 £524
Elementary security occupations n.e.c. 14 £260
Rail construction and maintenance operatives 14 £705
Furniture makers and other craft woodworkers 14 £405
Communication operators 14 £497
Assemblers (electrical and electronic products) 14 £398
IT engineers 14 £488
Chemical scientists 14 £626
Telephonists 13 £263
Health care practice managers 13 £560
Counsellors 13 £337
Electrical and electronics technicians 13 £574
Senior police officers 13 £1,167
Managers and proprietors in agriculture and horticulture 13 £582
Veterinarians 13 £711
Roofers, roof tilers and slaters 13 £434
Undertakers, mortuary and crematorium assistants 12 £331
Conservation professionals 12 £530
Speech and language therapists 12 £520
Textile process operatives 12 £400
Vehicle valeters and cleaners 12 £263
Publicans and managers of licensed premises 12 £479
Care escorts 12 £151
Barristers and judges 11 £809
Vehicle and parts salespersons and advisers 11 £435
Process operatives n.e.c. 11 £462
Air transport operatives 11 £487
Health associate professionals n.e.c. 11 £432
Therapy professionals n.e.c. 11 £574
Veterinary nurses 11 £346
Officers of non-governmental organisations 11 £379
Precision instrument makers and repairers 11 £546
Tool makers, tool fitters and markers-out 11 £533
Metal making and treating process operatives 11 £485
Sheet metal workers 11 £583
Dental practitioners 10 £782
Probation officers 10 £593
Water and sewerage plant operatives 10 £567
Crane drivers 10 £683
Environmental health professionals 10 £636
Rail transport operatives 10 £745
TV, video and audio engineers 9 £497
Vehicle paint technicians 9 £499
Town planning officers 9 £572
Senior officers in fire, ambulance, prison and related services 9 £920
Upholsterers 9 £429
Market research interviewers 9 £177
Floorers and wall tilers 8 £439
Ophthalmic opticians 8 £599
Weighers, graders and sorters 8 £328
Plasterers 8 £435
Other drivers and transport operatives n.e.c. 8 £447
Garage managers and proprietors 8 £720
Waste disposal and environmental services managers 8 £784
Advertising and public relations directors 8 £1,302
Archivists and curators 8 £460
Metal plate workers, and riveters 8 £607
Aircraft pilots and flight engineers 8 £1,765
Shopkeepers and proprietors – wholesale and retail 7 £726
Fishmongers and poultry dressers 7 £291
Conservation and environmental associate professionals 7 £472
Energy plant operatives 7 £537
Footwear and leather working trades 7 £378
Electronics engineers 7 £791
Hospital porters 6 £334
Glass and ceramics makers, decorators and finishers 6 £366
Agricultural and fishing trades n.e.c. 6 £390
Air traffic controllers 6 £1,511
Electroplaters 6 £436
Musicians 6 £412
Elementary sales occupations n.e.c. 6 £169
Street cleaners 6 £335
Podiatrists 6 £538
Production managers and directors in mining and energy 6 £1,266
Artists 6 £445
Air-conditioning and refrigeration engineers 6 £646
Pipe fitters 5 £756
Florists 5 £200
Roundspersons and van salespersons 5 £395
Horticultural trades 5 £368
Ship and hovercraft officers 5 £690
Glass and ceramics process operatives 5 £428
Hairdressing and beauty salon managers and proprietors 5 £432
Farmers 5 £472
Quarry workers and related operatives 4 £682
Rubber process operatives 4 £518

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