For lovers of royals who work for the most famous British family sounds like a dream for several reasons, and one is because you will think that the salary will be pretty good. Only Queen Elizabeth II is worth about $ 600 million, and her annual income, much of which comes from taxpayers, is about $ 100 million, so you would not expect it to be stingy. Her Majesty and other royals, who are also very wealthy, command huge staff, so how much do they pay their employees?
Here's a surprising answer to which jobs in the palace pay.
Butler and household assistants
The Buckingham Palace recently announced that it employs household assistants, who will be paid 8.17 pounds per hour. That's roughly $ 10 and it's more than $ 2.00 below the London-based daily salary of £ 10.20 or $ 13.02.
If you want to train to be a butler palace, that job will earn you around £ 15,000 or $ 19,000 a year. However, The Independent noted that anyone promoted in a private sector butler can earn an annual income of more than $ 100,000.
The official title for this job is a "living dishwasher", so, yes, I would call Buckingham Palace home. The telegraph reported that a dishwasher would be given a room at the palace.
The publication of the job description was as follows: "You will help the team by keeping the middle of the washing, ensuring our chefs and assistants have everything they need to deliver hundreds of staffed meals every day."
Live paycheck is just over $ 21,000 a year.
For those with a green thumb, the youngest son of the Queen, Prince Edward and his wife, Countess Essex, recently needed a gardener.
The position was 40 hours a week, Monday to Friday, and paid about $ 22,000 a year. Some of the tasks include garden maintenance, lawn mowing and fruits and vegetables.
We all know that the Queen absolutely worships her horses and she pays a person who gathers 25,000 dollars a year.
According to "Express", the work of a lumberjack is to drive horses daily, train trails and clean stables.
The telephone operator for the royal household earns $ 29,000 a year.
This person works an average of 38 hours a week from Monday to Sunday and is responsible for taking many, many calls because the palace usually gets about 7,000 a week.
Master of the household
The role of the Master of Housekeeping is currently in the function of Deputy Admiral Tony Johnston-Bert. He is in charge of domestic staff in kitchens, pages and pedestrians, as well as the host and its staff.
His job gives him a better salary than most because he earns $ 155,000 a year.
Queen's Private Secretary
And finally, one of the highest paid jobs in the palace is Queen Elizabeth's personal secretary.
The evening standard reported that Christopher Gayt, who held the position from 2007 to 2017, made $ 186,000 a year. However, in 2013, his salary, like any other employee who made over $ 26,000, froze their wages.
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