What is a good/high paid salary?

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Like it depends where you live, (for me south east) but what would be a poor salary, good salary and an excellent salary? Sorry if this is a hard to ask question I’m just young and dumb but kinda curious
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Like it depends where you live, (for me south east) but what would be a poor salary, good salary and an excellent salary? Sorry if this is a hard to ask question I’m just young and dumb but kinda curious
for someone who has been in work for 5 full years since graduating:

poor salary <20k
decent salary 30k
good salary 40k
excellent salary >50k
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for someone who has been in work for 5 full years since graduating:

poor salary <20k
decent salary 30k
good salary 40k
excellent salary >50k
Thanks very much
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Like it depends where you live, (for me south east) but what would be a poor salary, good salary and an excellent salary? Sorry if this is a hard to ask question I’m just young and dumb but kinda curious
A good starting salary is £30k with it rising to £50k within 5 years if you utilise your experience and procure professional qualifications.
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My first grad job is around £26k. Often lower than that.
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Opinions will vary significantly according to location, age, job role, professional experience, standard of living and personal ambitions.
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