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The Best and The Worst Jobs in the UK

The Best and The Worst Jobs in the UK

By Uktong Team 10/19/2017

These jobs are ranked by combining few of the most important factors: salary, job satisfaction, environment and stress associated with the job.

The best jobs are technical roles which require skills in management, IT technologies, marketing, design, etc…
The lists are sorted, starting with highest payed jobs first :

The best Jobs

The best jobs:

  1. Aircraft Engineers
    An aircraft maintenance engineer is responsible for ensuring an aircraft operates properly and safely. A maintenance engineer may make repairs, troubleshoot problems, conduct inspections and make upgrades to aircrafts. They work with specialized aviation and power tools, computers, diagnostic equipment and x-ray machines.
  2. Marketing and Sales Director
    Accomplishes business development activities by researching and developing marketing opportunities and plans; implementing sales plans; managing staff.
  3. Finance Manager
    Financial managers advise clients on appropriate business planning and help in decision making processes to ensure that businesses are financially successful. This might involve advising on investments, savings, pensions or insurance products.
  4. Tax Manager
    This individual leads and manages multiple tax engagements to deliver quality tax services for our clients. This position offers excellent opportunities for leadership and career advancement to the right candidate.
  5. Design Manager
    Manages a team of designers and drafters that use computer aided design (CAD) for products. Ensures the drawings and designs are completed on time and adhere to the established specifications and standards.

The Worst Jobs:

  1. Call Centre Workers
    Establishes insurance policies by obtaining client information; determining eligibility; maintaining database.
  2. Receptionists
    Serves visitors by greeting, welcoming, and directing them appropriately; notifies company personnel of visitor arrival; maintains security and telecommunications system.
  3. Window Cleaners
    Window cleaners work on cleaning windows, doors and other glass surfaces.
  4. Taxi Driver
    Responsible for operating a vehicle and driving passengers to and from their destinations.
  5. Firefighter
    Firefighters are primarily responsible for responding to fires, accidents and other incidents where risks are posed to life and property.


By UKtong Team 10/19/2017UKtong Info