How much does it cost to fly to a new job?
1 / 10 The average person spends around £20,000 on their first job in the UK, according to the National Institute for Economic and Social Research (NIESR).
The average UK wage is £42,700.
The average salary for a job as a professional is £52,000.
This means a professional can earn £4,500 a month in the City.
For an average UK person, this is equivalent to £4.50 an hour.
How much do you expect to earn in a year?
£34,000 A professional can expect to make around £34k a year if they stay in the capital.
A typical London house costs around £180,000 and a typical UK apartment costs around around £1m.
What do you want to study for?
£26,000 You need to have a degree to get a job, so you need to look for a degree that involves research.
Many employers will ask you to take a test to demonstrate that you have the knowledge and experience required to work in the workplace.
Some employers will pay you to do research.
The NIESR said it found that “students who took a test with the intention of being employed tended to be more likely to stay at work after taking the test”.
Some of the jobs you will be looking for include a lawyer, accountancy, a journalist, a teacher, a doctor, an accountant, a school teacher, an architect and a school principal.
Where can you find the most jobs?
Here are the top five jobs in London for 2018, according the NIESr: Accommodation Services – £37,000 – You can find an average salary of £37k a month on average.
Your average weekly wage will be £18.50.