The 10 worst paid jobs in the UK

The 10 worst paid jobs in the UK

The worst paying jobs in the UK have been revealed.

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Comments (4)

  • Pharmacy
    Tue, 3 Mar 2015 12:29pm GMT
    @ RTS - I specialise in placing Pharmacy staff in the NHS. Your partner is VERY underpaid. Please contact me. Thanks
  • RtS
    Tue, 3 Mar 2015 12:20pm GMT
    And my Wife - who is qualified and dispenses medication in the NHS - and could kill someone if she gets it wrong (!) - earns less than £10K a year. And we wonder why the NHS is in crisis? She would be better off working as a waitress.
  • Clogs
    Tue, 3 Mar 2015 6:55am GMT
    I recently earnt £11.5k as a teaching assistant and £5k as a (full-time) childminder before tgat. Oh, to earn £14k!
  • June
    Mon, 2 Mar 2015 12:52pm GMT
    I think classical musicians earn an average of £6k pa and suspect those in other performing arts such as dancers and actors on average earn @ £10k

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