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Job (Number Reporting)
|£33,101 - £71,518|
|Salary||£34,015 - £69,618|
|Bonus||£353.02 - £7,245|
|Total Pay||£33,101 - £71,518|
|£41,679 - £101,882|
|Salary||£41,202 - £86,789|
|Bonus||£1,475 - £8,920|
|Total Pay||£41,679 - £101,882|
|£34,582 - £57,624|
|Salary||£35,249 - £60,429|
|Total Pay||£34,582 - £57,624|
|£101,922 - £204,565|
|Salary||£80,574 - £155,394|
|Bonus||£10,255 - £49,066|
|Total Pay||£101,922 - £204,565|
Country: United Kingdom | Currency: GBP | Updated: 28 Oct 2014 | Individuals Reporting: 50
£25,000 - £105,000
£36,052 - £59,567
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