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    I know that there are a few threads on this topic already but the ones which I look at are of jobs of extreme diversity, eg. a top lawyer could earn loads but those are only a few at the top. I'm after a very well paid job without having to go to the top. I heard surgeons may earn over 100k p.a. but i'm going to study maths and economics, or maths and something else, (a degree which I may go into many fields with). Please give me information or links on the highest average salaries of jobs!!!
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    (Original post by MRLX69)
    very well paid job without having to go to the top
    High street solicitor
    Accountant
    Operations division of investment bank
    Consultancy
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    Whilst few or no Company Secretaries earn £1 million etc, one fifth earn over £100k
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    Why don't you find a career that suits your interests and not the other way round? That way you would have a far better chance of making it into a profession at all.
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    (Original post by MRLX69)
    I know that there are a few threads on this topic already but the ones which I look at are of jobs of extreme diversity, eg. a top lawyer could earn loads but those are only a few at the top. I'm after a very well paid job without having to go to the top. I heard surgeons may earn over 100k p.a. but i'm going to study maths and economics, or maths and something else, (a degree which I may go into many fields with). Please give me information or links on the highest average salaries of jobs!!!
    If you're a slick talker with no self respect or sense of morality, become a stockbroker. You go home with a bad conscience but at least your pockets will bulge. Or you could go into the work in the high net worth division at a bank, similar to stockbroking i think but more respect.
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    (Original post by MRLX69)
    I know that there are a few threads on this topic already but the ones which I look at are of jobs of extreme diversity, eg. a top lawyer could earn loads but those are only a few at the top. I'm after a very well paid job without having to go to the top. I heard surgeons may earn over 100k p.a. but i'm going to study maths and economics, or maths and something else, (a degree which I may go into many fields with). Please give me information or links on the highest average salaries of jobs!!!
    Have fun working in a job just for the money. :cool: So satisfying.
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    (Original post by MRLX69)
    I know that there are a few threads on this topic already but the ones which I look at are of jobs of extreme diversity, eg. a top lawyer could earn loads but those are only a few at the top. I'm after a very well paid job without having to go to the top. I heard surgeons may earn over 100k p.a. but i'm going to study maths and economics, or maths and something else, (a degree which I may go into many fields with). Please give me information or links on the highest average salaries of jobs!!!
    Head Clerk to a Barristers Chambers... £200k upwards...
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    Condom tester is a good job
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    hope this helps
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    the ones posted above are jus starting salaries ..... i dont know how much u can hope to earn after 20 or 30 years on the job
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    Thanks a lot everyone, and i'm sure I can earn loads of money but still have a heart, I promise to give a fair amount to charity, yes i do.
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    200k salarys are the exception not the rule surely? most people who work in those areas won't be on anything near that will they?

    and hey my wage looks quality in dollars
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    I know people who get 6 figures, and they get that by working when they like!!!
    Want to know more PM! I'll soon be getting that after about 5 yrs!!!
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    I know people who get 6 figures, and they get that by working when they like!!!
    Want to know more PM! I'll soon be getting that after about 5 yrs!!!
    !!!Skeeeeeem Alert!!!
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    !!!Skeeeeeem Alert!!!
    Be here in 5yrs time and I'll show you the 6 figures!!! Then we see whos laughing!!!!! :cool:
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    How come medicine isn't on there?
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    (Original post by s43)
    I know people who get 6 figures, and they get that by working when they like!!!
    Want to know more PM! I'll soon be getting that after about 5 yrs!!!
    I doubt anyone can say that they will definately be on 6 figures in their early 20s, particularly not those who are enquiring about HNDs at Luton. Although I'm not saying it's impossible either.
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    (Original post by MRLX69)
    I know that there are a few threads on this topic already but the ones which I look at are of jobs of extreme diversity, eg. a top lawyer could earn loads but those are only a few at the top. I'm after a very well paid job without having to go to the top. I heard surgeons may earn over 100k p.a. but i'm going to study maths and economics, or maths and something else, (a degree which I may go into many fields with). Please give me information or links on the highest average salaries of jobs!!!
    just be careful that when you eventuall;y go into a career, that you know for certain you will enjoy at least aspects of it, if not the whole thing. the last thing you want to be is miserable and rich
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    (Original post by Chubb)
    How come medicine isn't on there?
    ... because medicine isn't that highly paid (in monetary terms anyway)
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    (Original post by joyabbott)
    ... because medicine isn't that highly paid (in monetary terms anyway)
    Of course it is!
 
 
 
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