The 10 Best Jobs in the UK for 2019

The 10 Best Jobs in the UK for 2019

October 15, 2019

With such a vast array of industries, it's interesting to know which jobs are the best ones to go for. And let's be honest? It's always good to be in the know.

 

Therefore, if you’re unsure about which direction you want to head for or even thinking about taking the plunge and going forward with a career change, the following 10 jobs will give you a good indication about which ones are the best in the UK for 2019.

 

Glassdoor, the popular employment website, conducted an annual report exploring the best jobs in the UK. The report is really useful as they applied three factors to help decipher the information found; salary, job satisfaction and job openings.

 

Firstly, let’s dive in and see which job made it in at number 1 for 2019!

 

An audit manager position came back as being THE best job to have, in respect of the three factors mentioned. This role scored tremendously well in all areas, reaching the following scores as: a median salary of £52,000, job satisfaction rating of 4.5 out of 5 and 1,124 job openings. With such high scores, it’s no wonder this went in straight at the top!

 

So, here are the top 10 jobs in the UK for 2019:

 

1. Audit Manager

Median base salary: £52,000

Job satisfaction: 4.5

Job openings: 1,124

 

2. Finance Manager

Median base salary: £60,000

Job satisfaction: 3.8

Job openings: 2.001

 

3. Marketing Manager

Median base salary: £42,000

Job satisfaction: 3.9

Job openings: 1,966

 

4. Product Manager

Median base salary: £52,000

Job satisfaction: 3.8

Job openings: 1,697

 

5. Sales Manager

Median base salary: £42,000

Job satisfaction: 3.8

Job openings: 2,795

 

6. Risk Manager

Median base salary: £60,000

Job satisfaction: 3.9

Job openings: 1,111

 

7. Data Scientist

Median base salary: £46,000

Job satisfaction: 4

Job openings: 995

 

8. Operations Manager

Median base salary: £42,000

Job satisfaction: 3.7

Job openings: 2,226

 

9. Design Manager

Median base salary: £55,000

Job satisfaction: 4.1

Job openings: 719

 

10. Business Analyst

Median base salary: £40,000

Job satisfaction: 3.7

Job openings: 2,949

 

Overall thoughts

 

Wow! Interestingly there is a mixture of positions that have made their way into the top 10 list. Having seen their scoring too, it’s understandable that they proudly stand at their positions.

 

Looking at the results, plenty of managerial positions have been ranked very high alongside data analysts and data scientists, so maybe it’s time to think about moving up the career ladder. Or if you are starting off, then studying or gaining experience in a field that is on the list is a good starting point.

 

In addition to this, the promising number of positions available for each job is great news! So, on your marks, get set, apply!

 

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