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Business, Administration and Finance

Pay

 

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Administration

  • Administrative Assistants may earn from £12,000 to over £21,000 a year for more senior administrators.
  • Payroll staff may earn from around £13,000 to over £25,000 a year for senior managers.
  • Receptionists may earn from around £12,500 to over £19,000 a year for senior receptionists.
  • Secretaries may earn from around £11,000 to over £19,000 a year. Personal Assistants and specialist secretaries may earn over £25,000 a year with experience.

Business

  • Business and management consultants may earn from £25,000 a year to over £100,000 for very senior jobs.
  • Entrepreneurs/the self employed may earn from less than £10,000 to over £100,000 a year. This depends on the business plus a number of expenses must be taken into account before income is taken from the business.
  • Human Resources officers/managers may earn from around £18,000 to more than £50,000 a year at senior levels.
  • Managers may earn from around £20,000 to £70,000 a year at very senior levels, depending on the type of organisation/company.

Finance

  • Accountants may earn from about £18,000 a year for a trainee to over £100,000 for some accountants in senior positions.
  • Banking staff Customer advisers may earn from £12,000 to £30,000 a year at supervisory level. Bank managers may earn from £18,000 to over £70,000 a year at senior level.
  • Credit services staff Credit managers may earn from £20,000 to £60,000 a year at senior levels.
  • Financial advisers or planners may earn from around £22,000 to £70,000 or more a year.
  • Insurance staff Insurance technicians and claim settlers may earn from £12,000 to £40,000 a year. Insurance underwriters may earn from £17,000 to more than £70,000 a year for the most senior underwriters in some large organisations.
  • Investment consultants Investment bankers and analysts may earn from £25,000 to more than £100,000 a year.

Salary figures (June 2013) are taken from the National Careers Service website, and are for guidance only because pay can depend on various factors, including location, qualifications and experience.