Do you earn more than your age? If not when do you expect to?

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When I say earn more than your age I mean for example an 18 year old earning £18,000 or more, a 25 year old earning £25,000 or more etc.

I don't earn my age yet, do any of you?

I would hope to be earning more than my age at 22 or 23!
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I reckon I will by 25, starting salary for my degree is roughly £23,000 so ill graduate at the age of 23 as well I think, give it 2 years in work and then I am hoping to rise up in pay. Provided that I get work in the first place
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I graduated from university at 21, so I started earning a fair bit more than my age after that. t's been about 2.5 years since then, and now I earn about double my age.

But before graduating I used to earn less than my age, just doing a few administrative things in an office.
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