Royal fanatics who work for the most famous British family sound like a dream for several reasons, and one is because you would think the salary would be quite good. Queen Elizabeth II is worth an estimated $ 600 million, and her annual income, most of which comes from taxpayers, is about $ 100 million, so you would not expect it to be cheap. Her Majesty and other royalists, who are also very wealthy, are very gifted and how much do they pay for their employees?
Here is the surprising answer to which the palace works.
Servant and home assistant
Buckingham Palace recently announced that it accepts housewives who will be paid 8.17 pounds per hour. This corresponds to about $ 10 and is more than $ 2.00 below the London Life Wage of £ 10.20 or $ 13.02.
If you would like to train to be the owner of the palace, this work will earn you about $ 15,000 or $ 19,000 a year. However, The Independent noted that someone promoted to a valet in the private sector could earn an annual income of more than $ 100,000.
The official name for this job is a "living pad", so yes, you would call Buckingham Palace home. The Telegraph said it was washing the dishwasher in the palace room.
The publication of the job description reads: "You will help the team by preserving the environment and ensuring that our chefs and assistants have everything they need every day to deliver hundreds of staff meals."
Pay for a living pad is a little over $ 21,000 a year.
For those who have a green thumb, Queen's youngest son, Prince Edward and his wife, the Countess of Essex, have recently needed a gardener.
The position was 40 hours a week, from Monday to Friday, and paid about $ 22,000 a year. Some of the duties included garden maintenance, lawn mowing and fruit and vegetable growing.
We all know that the queen absolutely loves her horses and that she pays a person who cares for $ 25,000 a year.
According to The Express, the groomer's task is to daily ride horses, train foals and clean the stable.
The royal household operator will earn $ 29,000 a year.
This person works on average 38 hours a week from Monday to Sunday and is responsible for receiving many, many calls because the palace usually takes about 7,000 weeks.
Master of the household
The role of the household master is currently held by Vice Admiral Tony Johnstone-Burt. He is responsible for domestic kitchen staff, pages and pawns, as well as housewives and her staff.
His job pays him a better salary than most because he gets $ 155,000 a year.
Queen's private secretary
And finally, one of the most profitable works in the palace is Queen Elizabeth's personal secretary.
The Evening Standard reported that Christopher Geidt, who ran from 2007 to 2017, was $ 186,000 a year. However, in 2013 his salary, like any other employee who made more than $ 26,000, had their wages frozen.
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