Thinking of work in UK in 2022– The highest-paid professions to go for

Top 10 Highest Paid Professions 2022 in the UK

Some recent updates on the UK job scene are encouraging and should help you consider plans to work in UK in 2022. Be part of the UK skilled migration and build a career in the UK. Here are the updates:

  • As per reports from October 2021, job vacancies have reached a record high of 1.1 million between July and September 2021.
  • The number of employees on payrolls in September has gone beyond pre-pandemic levels.
  • The number of jobs on offer in all industries in the UK has reached the levels before the COVID-19 pandemic started.
  • The major reason for record-level job vacancies is the acute shortage of skilled workers.
  • Wages have increased by 15% to 20% in some business areas.
  • Food services, accommodation, professional activities, hospitality, and manufacturing have had a large increase in job vacancies.
  • The hospitality sector has registered the most vacancies per 100 workers.

In all, the time is right and opportunities are ripe to look for jobs and work in UK. Here, we shall look at some of the professions in various sectors that are paid the highest average annual salary.

Banking, Finance & Insurance (Avg. Salary £35,106)

  • Economist – £45,000
  • Business Analyst – £42,500
  • Financial Analyst – £41,971
  • Credit Analyst – £40,000
  • Financial Advisor – £39,486

Construction & Maintenance (Avg. Salary £30,997)

  • Building Inspector – £41,925

Engineering (Avg. Salary £39,794)

  • Software Engineer – £50,000
  • Mining Engineer – £49,000
  • Systems Engineer – £45,000
  • Civil Engineer – £40,000
  • Design Engineer – £40,000
  • Aerospace Engineer – £40,000

Healthcare (Avg. Salary £43,309)

  • Psychiatrist – £91,095
  • Pathologist – £91,027
  • Cardiologist – £91,478
  • Dental Hygienist – £62,400
  • Doctor/Physician – £58,502

Hospitality & Travel (Avg. Salary £27,724)

  • Air Traffic Controller – £50,000
  • Pilot – £34,938

IT (Avg. Salary £42,455)

  • Backend Developer – £55,000
  • UX & UI – £47,500
  • Business Intelligence professional – £45,000
  • Network Engineer – £45,000
  • Data operations – £42,777
  • Database professional – £40,000

Marketing & Sales (Avg. Salary £33,967)

  • Copywriter – £30,000
  • Digital Marketing – £30,000
  • Sales Engineer – £35,092
  • Public Relations professional – £32,500
  • Sales Analyst – £30,004

Science (Avg. Salary £35,932)

  • Data Scientist – £55,000
  • Historian – £42,500
  • Physicist – £41,694

Accounting & HR (Avg. Salary £31,421)

  • Accountant – £40,000
  • Auditor – £37,500
  • HR – £31,071

If you are skilled and experienced in any of these professions you have good reason to look forward to work in UK and get a UK work visa.

If you are looking to Study, Work, Visit, Invest, or Migrate to UK, talk to Y-Axis, the World’s No.1 immigration & visa company.

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