• Question: how much do you get paid

    Asked by cupcake101 to Chris, Kathryn, Graeme, Adam, Agnes on 13 Nov 2018. This question was also asked by Ezza09, 598ensp49, 374ensp49, caolank11, 455ensp49, 657ensp49.
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      Chris Davies answered on 13 Nov 2018:


      I currently earn between £30,000 and £40,000 a year

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      Agnes Wojtusiak answered on 15 Nov 2018:


      I’m still a student, and I’m actually on a year out before finishing my final year at uni.
      I earn just over £19,000 – not bad, for a first job while I’m still learning 😀

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      Graeme Poole answered on 15 Nov 2018:


      For full-time researchers (above PhD level) typically earn £30,000 to £50,000 a year. But depending on industry/company, it can be over £100,000.

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      Adam McGuinness answered on 16 Nov 2018:


      I’m doing my PhD, which means I’m a student and don’t get paid very much, about £1200 a month

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