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3)Medicine (I hope to marry a Harvard Educated Doctor)
It seems a bit odd making such specific requirements for a future spouse - you could fall in love with a farm girl yet.
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dentists are rolling in the money plumbers,builders etc are in high demand too.
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dentists are rolling in the money plumbers,builders etc are in high demand too.
Plumbers are earning quasi economic rent, you've got to look at your long term prospects.
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I hear you get a lot of money for the distribution of illegal substances.
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dentists are rolling in the money plumbers,builders etc are in high demand too.
Plumbers don't actually get that much, master plumbers get around 30k, not as much as the hype suggests.
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yeh but I bet they're getting alot more than they used to. Plumbers are charging silly prices for stuff and I suppose the property market is a good job atm.
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Can any 1 tell me wot medicine grads can earn in their first year and the amount they earn after they qualify.
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Can any 1 tell me wot medicine grads can earn in their first year and the amount they earn after they qualify.
Initially in the 20s, I believe, rising to the 50 or 60 mark, consultants can earn up to 80k not including private work.
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It seems a bit odd making such specific requirements for a future spouse - you could fall in love with a farm girl yet.
I don't get attached easily, especially not with farmers daughters and the like.
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It seems a bit odd making such specific requirements for a future spouse - you could fall in love with a farm girl yet.
I think his girlfriend is doing medicine at harvard...or he has his eye on a harvard medic
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people always say that a laywer is a good career but what do you actually do at the firms im in school and dont really know what an office job is like, i mean in school you read books and write notes but what do laywers, accoutants and stockbrokers do??? please help me im kinda interested in those jobs. if some one could please give me a brief report of their working day it would really help
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http://www.prospects.ac.uk/cms/ShowP...pes_of_jobs/p!
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umm wolf the website doesnt work could you do it again please?
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umm wolf the website doesnt work could you do it again please?
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I know that a GP doctor gets around £100,000 a year but they definatly deserve every penny i reckon after how much trainig they have all done and of course its a extremely responisble job!

Just record a song and sell it!! n the hope it becomes big
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I know that a GP doctor gets around £100,000 a year but they definatly deserve every penny i reckon after how much trainig they have all done and of course its a extremely responisble job!

Just record a song and sell it!! n the hope it becomes big
They don't get that much just from general practice, NHS consultants pay is capped at £80,000 pa. though they often top it up with private work.
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Private is the way to go for a doctor, if they are bothered about money. Which most or many are, understandably.
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Or going to America for some BIG BUCKS.

And no bono, it is just for the economics, nothing to do with American superiority.
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Or going to America for some BIG BUCKS.

And no bono, it is just for the economics, nothing to do with American superiority.
Yes I know that.
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I know that a GP doctor gets around £100,000 a year but they definatly deserve every penny i reckon after how much trainig they have all done and of course its a extremely responisble job!

Just record a song and sell it!! n the hope it becomes big
Only if they are a partner in a successful surgery, most GP's only earn about £60k.
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