Medical assistants are the lowest paid, yet they are the most common jobs.
There are currently 2.3 million people employed as medical assistants in the UK.
Their wages average £13.11 an hour.
They also have to meet the highest minimum wage requirement of £7.20 an hour, which is often the only salary they are paid.
They are paid overtime, which can take up to two hours a day, and are eligible for paid sick leave.
As with many professions, it is the skills that make them successful.
The best way to earn a good living as a medical assistant is by working for a small team of people, but the minimum wage is high.
The median pay is £13 an hour and there are more than 3,000 occupations with a minimum wage of over £11 an an hour available.
The professions most likely to earn more than £11 are nursing, nursing assistant, and teaching assistant.
The least likely to be earning more than the minimum are dentists and dieticians.
Here are some of the professions most commonly paid at the minimum, and the highest paid.
Nursing nurse salaries Medical assistants earn a median salary of £13 per hour.
This is the highest for a nurse in the health service.
It is also the highest in the private sector.
This means nurses can expect to earn up to £13,500 a year, a good salary if you are looking to work in a high-pressure position.
Nursing assistants earn up a minimum of £11.40 an hour with some nursing jobs paying up to over £12 an hour in some industries.
They can expect their wages to be £7 an hour by the time they have been working for more than two years.
Some employers also offer incentives for the highest earners.
For example, the NHS will pay a senior nursing nurse £14,500 per year to work at the Royal London Hospital for 20 years, or a nursing assistant who has been working in a nursing home for four years at the University of Manchester.
Teaching assistant salaries Teaching assistants make a median of £10 an hour depending on the teaching profession.
They earn about £8 an hour more than their colleagues in other occupations.
Teaching assistants are responsible for the learning of new skills, such as computer skills, computer software, and social studies.
There is also a significant difference between teaching assistants and nursing assistants, which could mean a pay difference depending on your particular skills.
The NHS pays a teaching assistant £14.10 an hours to teach courses and courses can be taught in a variety of settings, including schools, colleges, hospitals, and businesses.
The National Health Service pays a teacher an annual salary of around £16,000.
Nursing and dental assistants are paid an hourly wage of £8.50, which means that they can expect a wage of around around £7,500.
Teaching teachers work in all types of settings including schools and colleges.
Dentists make a higher salary than other occupations with the NHS paying a dental assistant £11 per hour, or £14 an hour for a private dental assistant.
Some nurses can earn up into the hundreds of thousands of pounds a year.
They could expect to make up to a minimum £25,000 per year as well as the annual salary.
This includes a pension which is paid for by employers.
Nursing assistant salaries are often paid as part of a package, which includes paid sick pay, paid holiday, paid holidays, and a pension.
These are paid at a lower level than in the public sector, but are still much higher than the wages in the NHS.
There can also be bonuses for good performance, which may be paid at more than half the normal rate.
Nursing students are paid a minimum salary of between £10 and £15 an hour during their first year of study, which covers accommodation, meals, travel, travel insurance, and medical insurance.
In addition, many schools provide extra pay for their staff, which might include pay for overtime and holidays.
Other nurses earn a much higher salary compared to teaching assistants.
In the NHS, nurses earn up from £15.30 an hour to £18.20 per hour during a year’s course.
This pays for accommodation, medical insurance, meals and other basic expenses.
For teaching assistants, their pay is paid at £8 per hour in most cases, and £6 per hour for the last year.
The pay gap is higher for nurses in the general public sector as this is an area where the pay gap in the wider public sector is smaller.
The average salary for a teacher in the teaching sector is £17,500, and for nurses, it could be as high as £19,000 if you take into account the extra paid holidays and pensions.
Nursing graduate salaries Nursing graduates make a very high wage.
It could be up to $200,000 a year if you combine all of the above, which puts the average salary of a nursing graduate at over £30,000 and