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Let me clarify the facts that a survey produced on the topic of where most people wanted to work in the world. Over 200,000 workers from 188 countries were questioned and London came out on top as it was the most voted place to work in.
And it’s easy to see why…
The main reason is that London is home to some of the world’s top universities, such as Imperial College London and University College London and attracts great volumes of the high-quality young workforce.
Also, it may not come as a surprise, given that it is one of the most International cities, that around 300 different languages are spoken in London, along with the fact that 14 different religions are practised there. In London, there are an estimated 400,000 professional creatives as well as some of the world's most exceptional scientists and academics.
City of London is considered to be the highest-earning region, boasting an average salary of £48,020. This means that you will be earning almost double compared to what the average UK person makes in a year. But what’s more interesting is the fact that jobs in City of Westminster have the highest income in the country with a whopping of £140,000 as the total salary.
I’m not even done yet as you’re probably not aware that jobs in Hammersmith and Fulham will offer you an average salary of £28,026 a year. However, salaries range from an average of £14,332 to £54,802 annually. But if you want to become an Educational Psychologist, expect to earn an average income of £65,652, while on the other hand, someone who wants to become a Teaching Assistant, will earn an average annual salary of £13,969.
And if that’s not enough, there are jobs in Kensington and Chelsea that will offer you an average wage of £27,944 per year, along with salaries that vary between £14,639 to £53,339. Keep in mind that if you are interested in becoming a Finance Manager, expect to make the most with an average annual salary of £48,520!