New figures from the Office of National Statistics (ONS), courtesy of its Annual Survey of Hours and Earnings 2016, have found the ten jobs with the highest pay this year - The Guardian reports.
Using 2015/2016 pay-as-you-earn tax records, the ONS obtained a random sample of one per cent of all employees who work in each occupation – meaning bonuses are included, but those who are self-employed, or celebrities, are not.
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