Case study 33 salaries

In 1996 the James Market Research Organisation was trying to put together a list of published figures relating to people's earnings. It was looking for information for the occupations shown in Table 3.4.

Lining up occupations with earnings

Army

Private

Colonel

Prison service Prison officer Principal officer

Police

Constable

Superintendent

Health Nurse

General practitioner

Dentist

Consultant

Education Teachers

(primary/secondary) Head teacher (secondary) University lecturer Professor

Council workers Road sweeper Office cleaner Filing clerk Senior officer Chief executive

Retail

Sales assistant Storekeeper

Transport Tyre/exhaust fitter Car mechanic Airline stewardess Airline captain

Media

Reporter (national) National TV reporter

TABLE 3.4

Lining up occupations with earnings [continued]

Advertising Product manager Marketing manager Marketing director

Civil service Graduate civil servant Permanent Secretary

Fire service Firefighter

Senior divisional officer

Construction Labourer Carpenter/joiner Civil engineer Architect

Food and restaurants

Barman

Chef

Football players Premier League Third Division

Computing Programmer Computing manager

Accountancy Accountant Chief accountant

Lawyers Solicitor Criminal QC High Court judge

PoliticiansD Member of Parliament Prime Minister

Miscellaneous

Hairdresser

Receptionist

Postman

Social worker

Librarian

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