A solicitor in the UK earns around 10-18k during training. After training the first year solicitors earn around 20-40k. With experience this can rise to 50-80k with partners in firms earning over 100k a year. The salary depends on which area of law you specialise in and experience.
$13,737 is the average salary in the UK.
The average salary of a warehouse worker in the UK can gain an average of 80,000k and plus. The average salary in the UK is different from the salary of other countries.
The average annual salary in the UK in 1990 was 13,760. In 2014, the average annual salary is closer to 28,000.
The average salary of a barrister in Ireland varies. Individuals in solicitor jobs can earn between 28,000 to 72,000 euros in Ireland.
The average salary for this position in the UK is around $39,000. This can vary according to the firm you work for and experience in the position.
British newspaper sources say the average annual salary was about $6,500 pounds.
45k - 50k a year some get an average of 70k in some areas in the UK
In the US a solicitor is basically the same as a lawyer. In the UK a solicitor is a legal specialist who does not argue cases in court.
4pound uk sterling
55,000 Cdn dollars
in the UK, it approximately £65,000!
Itis about 50,000$ only.
in the UK the average is £35,000 :)
About £500 per year
The average salary for a lawyer is 104,000 dollars in the USA. In the UK the average salary is 50,000 pounds. I have answered the question already, I am just filling up the characters with this sentence.
An associate solicitor is an American phrase. In the UK an associate solicitor is Senior Assistant Solicitor (or Associate). Newly qualified+ solicitors are called Assistant Solicitors
just go to this site: http://www.worldsalaries.org/engineer.shtml look for the UK engineer salary that is on the bottom half of the page
Pretty Crap about £28000
Very varied. In the UK, from £15,000 to £100,000.
The average salary of a gynecologist in the UK is around 195,000 dollars per year. This will increase as they gain experience and time in the field.