What Britain earns

Ever wondered who makes what? From architects to demolition men, from the boardroom to the canteen, Natasha Courtenay-Smith sneaks a look at the nation's payslips - so you can see how you rate

ARTS & MUSIC

Keira Knightley

actress, £4.5m

Charlie II

street acrobat, £10 per day

Dorothy Hooper

Film extra, £105 per day

Elizabeth Layton

lead violin, Scottish Symphony Orchestra, £60,000-£70,000

Nakay Sato

street performer, Covent Garden, £25,000

Alan Giles

chief executive HMV group, £976,000 including bonuses

Gary Reynolds

floor manager, Borders books, £21,000

Lucien Freud

artist, about £12m a year from sales

Scott McCready

record label manager, Nonstop records, £28,000

Lawrence Bagnall

promoter, Ministry of Sound, £65,000

DJ Lucky

DJ, west London, £70 per night

James Kent

music marketing, ALP Entertainment, £20,000

Andrew Harding

street magician, Covent Garden, £30 per day

Robbie Williams

singer, £2m

Eric Clapton

musician, £2.4m

Catherine Zeta-Jones

actress, £5m per film, plus £1m a year deal with Elizabeth Arden cosmetics

Sir Elton John

musician, £33m

Simon Cowell

X-Factor judge and music executive, £18m

Orlando Bloom

actor, £3m per film

Wojtek Kubisz

theatre ticket salesman, Soho, £45 per day

Marie Harrison

chorus girl in Fame in London's West End, £27,000

Sir Cameron Macintosh

impresario, £1.285m plus dividends of £5.5m

Lord Lloyd-Webber

composer, £689,000

Bill Kenwright

impresario, £700,000

Gloria Benedikt

Ballerina, English National Ballet, School/freelance, £14,560

MEDIA, ADVERTISING & PR

AA Gill

journalist, Sunday Times, estimated £350,000

Lucy Pearson

receptionist, Quarry Productions, £16,000

Mark Thompson

BBC director-general, £459,000 including benefits

Peter Bazalgette

UK head of Endemol, basic salary £217,000 plus bonuses of more than £1.3m

Michael Grade

BBC chairman, £96,000 including benefits

Rupert Murdoch

chairman and chief executive, News Corporation, £13.5m including benefits

Charles Allen

chief executive ITV, £1.88m including benefits and bonus

Tom Moloney

chief executive, Emap, £635,000 including benefits

Stephen Carter

chief executive, Ofcom, £308,269 including benefits

Andy Duncan

chief executive, Channel 4, £247,000 including benefits

Ashley Highfield

director of new media, BBC, £320,000 including benefits

Chris Wright

chairman, Chrysalis Group, £307,000

Jenny Abramsky

director of BBC radio and music, £304,000 including benefits and bonus

Sir Bob Phillis

chairman, Guardian Media Group, £643,000 including benefits and bonus

Alan Rusbridger

editor, The Guardian, total pay £373,000 including £150,000 bonus

Carolyn McCall

chief executive, The Guardian and The Observer, £456,000

Richard Littlejohn

columnist, Daily Mail, estimated £1m including benefits

Adrienne Routledge

director, Sapphire Public Relations, £60,000

Jeff (surname withheld)

paparazzo photographer, up to £30,000 per set of pictures, depending on celebrity

Jamie Fox

senior partner, Fox Vincent Associates PR, £135,000 plus benefits

Sir Martin Sorrell

founder and chief executive, WPP advertising agency, £52m

James Jones

advertising executive, AMVBBDO, £55,000

Matt Lee

advertising executive, Joshua's, £50,000

Massimo Benvegnu

film editor, Whalebone Films, £13,000

James Humphreys

film company production manager, £31,000

Wayne Godfrey

acquisitions and development, Goldcrest Films, £23,000

Rhys Morris

scenic artist, RDF Media, £18,000

James Edwards

radio advertising sales executive, £35,000

Paul McLoone

film producer, Manifesto Films, £28,000

Matthew Scene

freelance tabloid photographer, £62,000

Mary Caring

runner at post-production company, Soho, £10,000

Debbie Salzman

senior feature writer, Emap magazine publishers, £20,000

Toni Weaver

fashion and beauty assistant, National Magazine Company, £14,200

Charlotte Jones

fashion assistant, FHM magazine, £16,000

Jodie Hurn

intern, 'Tank' Magazine, £0

Neil Lambeth,

special effects designer, £30,000

SPORT

Thierry Henry

striker, Arsenal, £6.2m

Rob Clements

PE teacher, Aldershot, £22,000

Michael Vaughan

England cricket captain, £400,000

David Beckham

midfielder, Real Madrid, £4.3m plus £15m sponsorship

Jose Mourinho

manager, Chelsea, £5.2m

Richard Scudamore

chief executive, Premier League, £866,000

Gordon Taylor

chief executive, Professional Footballers' Association, £746,406

Peter Kenyon

chief executive, Chelsea FC, £1.5m

Frank Lampard

midfielder, Chelsea, £4.68m plus sponsorship deals

Jenson Button

BAR Honda F1 driver, £12.5m

Sven Goran Eriksson

manager, England, £4.2m

Steven Gerrard

midfielder, Liverpool, £4m

Alan Pardew

manager, West Ham United, £750,000

Andrew Sheridan

rugby union prop, Sale Sharks, £166,000

Jonny Wilkinson

RU fly-half, Newcastle, £250,000 plus about £6m in endorsements

Rob Andrew

RU coach, Newcastle, £250,000

Andrew Flintoff

England cricketer, £261,000 plus endorsements of £650,000 and bonus of £80,000

Darren Clarke

golfer, £2.9m (including winnings of more than £1m)

Tim Cahill

midfielder, Everton, £1,404,000

Paul Konchesky

defender, West Ham, £780,000

Roger Millward

rugby league coach, Wigan, £228,500

Andrew Farrell

RU inside centre, Saracens, £240,000

Elena Baltacha

Tennis player, £41,973 (world No 154, winnings in 2005)

Andrew Murray

tennis player, £103,340, (world No 85, winnings in 2005)

Richard Bloomfield

tennis player, £7,749 (world No 285, winnings in 2005)

Tim Henman

tennis player £227,616(world No 35, winnings in 2005), plus endorsements of £1.2m

Mikele Leigertwood

defender, Crystal Palace, £156,000

Neale Barry

football referee, £50,000 plus £230 per Premiership match or £210 per Championship match

POLITICS & ROYALTY

Ken Livingstone

Mayor of London, £115,793

Harry Barlow

publicity adviser to Ken Livingstone, £80,000

Bridget Rosewell

consultant chief economist to Ken Livingstone, £225,000

Tony Blair

Prime Minister, £183,932

The Queen

£7.9m

Prince Charles

Prince of Wales, £13.27m a year from the Duchy of Cornwall

Prince Philip

Duke of Edinburgh, £359,000

Mark Blazer

royal footman, £11,181 plus benefits, including accomodation

Prince Andrew

Duke of York, £249,000

Prince Edward

Earl of Wessex, £141,000

Princess Anne

Princess Royal, £228,000

Barry Gardiner

MP, Brent North, £59,095

Jack Straw

Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs, £113,997

Patricia Hewitt

Secretary of State for Health, £113,997

Tessa Jowell

Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport, £113,997

FOOD & CATERING

Marie Anna Tenicia Chrone

team member trainer, Pret A Manger, £6.40 per hour

Rafael Stecca

waiter, Angus Steak House, £250 per week including tips

Adam Zyteki

beverage maker, Patisserie Valerie, London, £240 per week

Terry Kesler

fishmonger, AMC Foods, £12,000

Kate Smith

fruit vendor, Portobello Road, London, £50 a day

Sir Terry Leahy

chief executive, Tesco, £2.9m including benefits and profit share

Philip Clarke

international operations and IT director, Tesco, £1.657m including bonus and benefits

Tim Mason

marketing director, Tesco, £1.681m including bonus and benefits

Azad Miah

shelf-stacker, Tesco, London, £6.89 per hour

Ben Woodbrock

tradesman, Coors Brewing Company, £21,000

Jamie Oliver

celebrity chef, £2.75m including an estimated £1m a year from Sainsbury's

Allen Sly

bartender, The Slug & Lettuce, £5.20 per hour

Nigel Lowman

chef de partie, Cambridge, £18,000

Philip Bew

head chef, Berkshire, £35,000

Matt Marks

night baker, London, £21,000

FASHION

Semra Haksever

freelance fashion stylist,

£600 per day

James Thomas

freelance body-piercer, £30,000

Stephanie Wood

fashion assistant, www.ASOS.com, £16,000 (plus the odd free sample)

Julia Rhodes

sales assistant, Miss Selfridge, £5.60 per hour

Matthew McKenzie

security guard, Next, £7.30 per hour

Samantha Bond

sales assistant, Warehouse, £5.20 per hour

Fiona Everett

assistant fashion buyer for a high-street chain, £26,000

Cliffort Purt

freelance management consultant to Topshop, £100,000

Roberto Bianci

sales manager, Harrods, £28,000

Francesca Kent

bra-fitter, Rigby & Peller, £18,000

Liberty Ross

model and face of Ungaro, £2m

Jasmine Johnson

commercial model, £55,000

Eva Hargreaves

creative pattern-cutter, £28,000

Stuart Rose

chief executive, Marks & Spencer, £850,000 plus £800,000 in bonuses

Stiz

tattoo artist, Soho, London, £17,300

FITNESS & BEAUTY

Victoria Jestyn

ballet teacher, Pineapple Studio, Covent Garden, London, £12,000

Erin Johnson

hairstylist, Mr Toppers, Camden, London, £20,800

Anita Wethall

yoga teacher, Pineapple Studio, Covent Garden, £40 per hour

Emma Roberts

junior stylist, VK Hair and Beauty, Southampton, £10,500

Sarah Mackay

freelance hair and make-up artist, £36,000

Tanya Dark

beauty consultant, Clinique, London, £17,000

Xin Chong

junior stylist, Eclipse hairdressing, London, £8,000 plus

Peter Saunders

chief executive, the Body Shop, £828,000

Charlotte Brown

skin-care consultant, Lush,

London, £5.70 per hour

Chrissie Luck

yoga teacher, London, £40 per hour

Nick Harrison

lifeguard, David Lloyd Leisure, Nottingham, £11,000

Anita Claridge

aerobics instructor, David Lloyd Leisure, Hampshire, £13,645

Stephen Carr

personal trainer, Holmes Place gym, London, £27,000

SERVICES

Willy Ngaru

postman, Royal Mail, £16,200

Craig Davies

elephant keeper, £16,359

Hari Henderson

gas engineer, Transco, £25,400

Chris Peterson

black-cab driver, London, £28,000

Wayne Lock

black-cab driver, London, £45,000

Dave Reynolds

office manager, London Underground, £32,000

James Rage

manager, Coral betting shop, £26,000

Cyrill Joseph

piano teacher, £25 per hour

Diksha Handa

flyer distributor, £6 per hour

Steve Bates

BT broadband engineer, £41,000

Norbert Brown

street cleaner, £6.80 per hour

Jesminara Harman

trainee tax inspector, £19,000

Sally Lucas

theme park attendant, £11,000

Richard Yappaw

Big Issue salesman, approximately £10,000

Antonio Santos

street cleaner/driver, City of Westminster, £14,400

Leigh Clifford

antiques dealer, Portobello Road, £43,000

Tracy Adam

cleaner, Derby, £7,500

Jo Emms

cloakroom attendant, London, £5 per hour

Jake Ingo

doorman, Chinawhite,

£10 per hour

Caroline McNair

nightclub manager, Maidstone, £17,000

BUSINESS

Mervyn Davies

chief executive, Standard Chartered Bank, £2m

Lord Browne

chief executive, BP, basic salary £1.3m plus estimated bonuses of more than £3m

Judi Johansen

executive director, Scottish Power, basic salary £406,300 plus estimated bonuses of more than £1m

Dame Marjorie Scardino

chief executive, Pearson, basic salary £645,000 plus estimated bonuses of £1m

Ornella Barra

director, Alliance Unichem, basic salary £290,000 plus estimated bonuses of £1.2m

Adam Crozier

chief executive, Royal Mail, basic salary £515,000 plus estimated bonuses of £2.2m

Arun Sarin

chief executive, Vodafone Group, basic salary £1.17m plus estimated bonuses of £1m

Kevin Doyle

souvenir stall owner, Oxford Street, £32,000

Deepak Devari

independent newsagent, central London, £35,000

Mark Mills

PA, £20,000

Julia Cooper

telesales clerk, Midlands, £12,281

Anita Appleby

payroll manager, City firm, £38,280

FINANCE

Elena Ambrosiadou

hedge fund manager, IKOS UK, £15.9m including dividends

Susie Anderson

bank clerk, Natwest, £12,500

Stephen Butt

hedge fund manager, Silchester International Investors, basic salary £10.63m plus £5.1m in dividends

Crispin Odey

founder, Odey Asset Management, basic salary £8.8m

Bob Diamond

chief executive, Barclays Capital, £250,000 plus estimated bonuses of up to £15m

Sir George Mathewson

chairman, Royal Bank of Scotland, £581,000

Sir Fred Goodwin

chief executive, Royal Bank of Scotland, £637,000 plus estimated bonuses of £1.8m

Henrietta Cadlow

assistant director, cash management sales, Barclays, £25,000

LAW

Ken McDonald

Director of Public Prosecutions, basic salary £175,000

Hannah Strawbridge

trainee solicitor, Burroughs Day Solicitors, Bristol, £16,500

Lord Bingham

Senior Law Lord, £188,000

James Sturman, QC

£1.18m

Cherie Booth, QC

estimated £250,000

Anoushka Myers

associate solicitor, Taylor Wessing, £54,000

David Spens QC

chair of Criminal Bar Association, £639,000

Abigail Walters

legal secretary, Russell Cooke solicitors, £28,000

Kalyani Kaul

barrister, London, £766,000

COMPUTING

John O'Connell

IT recruitment consultant, central London, £29,000

Carlos De La Santos

IT helpdesk, Schroders, £24,000

Henry Neil

graphic designer for a web design agency, £18,000

Henry McCloud,

Java consultant, Gap Gemini, £55,000

Jetinda Patel,

technical architect, Accenture, £86,500

Lee Wilkes

IT support manager, Michael Page, £29,500

Mohammed Seti

C++ contract programmer, Nottingham, £34,000

Scott Boxshall

VB.NET developer, KPMG, £34,000

UNIFORMED SERVICES

Andy Gilchrist

leader, Fire Brigades Union, £50,896 plus bonuses and benefits

Sir Ian Blair,

commissioner, Metropolitan Police, £215,000

Phil Wheatley

director general, Prison Service, £130,000

Sir Michael Walker

Chief of Defence Staff, Ministry of Defence, £189,000

Parm Sadhu

chief inspector, Metropolitan Police, £44,970

Luca Heleno

traffic warden, Kensington and Chelsea, £12,500 plus bonuses

Philip Wilkinson

police sergeant, Sussex, £28,000

Alan Pearson

officer cadet, RAF, £14,500

Bill Grierson

squadron leader, RAF, £45,296

John Anderson

detective inspector, British Transport Police, £39,000

Miklos Mason

trainee bailiff, London, £12,000

Jackie Long

dog handler, HM Customs, Southampton, £22,000

Prince Harry

officer cadet, British Army, Sandhurst, £18,500

Sam Ivens

lance corporal, British Army, £22,849

Roger Pepper

petty officer, Royal Navy, Plymouth, £25,973

TRAVEL

Mohammed Kauri

baggage handler, Heathrow airport, £14,000

Mal Sargeant

reservations clerk, www.skiline.co.uk, £33,000 plus two free ski holidays

Lucie Lane

cabin crew, British Airways, £17,000

Captain Rick Bailey

British Airways pilot, £72,000

TRANSPORT

Nick Spratt

HGV driver, £33,000

Ivan Bates

DHL delivery man, £29,500

John Armitt

chief executive, Network Rail, £480,000

Andy Clark

station assistant, London Underground, £18,000

Kevin Skinner

group station manager, London Underground, £40,000

Dwayne Delango

bus driver, London, £14,800

Stephanie King

manager, DVLA Swansea, £27,000

Dmitry Korenvsky

bicycle courier, Extreme Information, £20,000

Philip Green

chief executive, P&O Nedlloyd, £550,000 plus bonuses of more than £1m

Adam Clark

driver, London Underground, £30,000

Adrian Evans

vehicle breakdown engineer, AA, Manchester, £22,000

EDUCATION

Professor Paul Gregg

economics professor, University of Bristol, £42,000

Elizabeth Purcell

university librarian, £30,000

Claire Dudley

researcher, Open University, £19,800

John Cole

psychology professor, £41,000

Sir Stewart Sutherland

vice-chancellor, University of Edinburgh, £149,000

Janice Banks

nursery nurse, Portsmouth, £12,500

Kate West

primary school teacher, Eastbourne, £13,938

Haydn Prosser

toy demonstrator, Wicked Vision Boomerangs, £18,000

Jecinta Duddy

educational psychologist, Plymouth, £28,000

Crispin Lister

driving instructor, Reading, £16,000

Paula Bowman

library assistant, Oxford, £14,800

David Bell

HM chief inspector of schools, £150,000

HEALTH

Jonathan Michael

chief executive, Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Trust, £214,000

Sir Nigel Crisp

chief executive, NHS, £195,000

Katie Haas

GP, north London, £55,000 plus bonuses

Emily Smith

GP's receptionist, East Sussex, £7 per hour

Simon Hooper

radiographer, NHS £24,000

Shelia Rankin

radiologist, NHS, £36,000

Martin Broom

senior occupational therapist, NHS, £21,000

Adrian Hydon

environmental health officer, Bristol, £27,000

Mike Peterson

porter, University College Hospital, London, £10,700

Katie Reagan

acupuncturist, £33,000

Kathy Rose

NHS switchboard operator, £8.40 per hour

Mark Banks

consultant psychiatrist, east London, £55,000

Niamh O'Connor

community midwife, Bristol, £27,000

Stuart Miller

paramedic, £22,000

Philippa Frank

art therapist, £24,000

Karen Davis

A&E nurse, London, £26,000

Tola Shobala

NHS hospital cleaner, £5 per hour

Susie Smith

hospital catering supervisor, Glasgow, £9,800

George Clifford

coroner, London £55,809

Lelia Kamal

pharamacist, Boots, £34,000

Thchouk Ocine

ambulance driver, £12,000

Louise Langmead

NHS gastroenterology consultant, £65,000

Shasky Moorogan

NHS health care assistant, £14,000

Roger Kirby

first-year surgical registrar, University College Hospital, £41,000

SOCIAL WORK & CHARITY

Diane Boustany

full-time volunteer at National Missing Persons Helpline, £0

Fouzi Ianne

patient carer Door-2-Door hospital transport, £13,000

Gloria Ketano

social work team manager, Islington, £32,000

Paul Cole

social worker, Leeds, £18,000

Nicki Large

care worker, Brighton £10,200

Sarah Stuart

street fund-raiser, The Children's Society, £7.50 per hour

David Smallwood

addiction therapist, The Priory, £50,000

THE SEX INDUSTRY

Anastasia (surname withheld)

escort, £90,000 plus gifts

Lisa (surname withheld)

stripper, £55,000 plus gifts

Frank White

sales assistant, Super Mags sex shop, Soho, £5.50 per hour

Martin Price

porn actor, £250 per scene

BRICKS & MORTAR

Scott Whittaker

demolitioner, Kelbray demolition, £8,500

Pete Markwell

civil engineer, London £41,000

Samuel Owusu

security guard on construction site, £5 per hour

Charlie North

building site manager, Sir Robert McAlpine, £35,000

Pete Pinter

concreter, London £24,000

Steve Banks

self-employed bricklayer, Reading, Berkshire £20,000

Warwick Williams

hod carrier, East Sussex, £13 per hour

Bernard Simpson

bricklayer, Hastings, East Sussex, £125 a day

Susan Peterson

track work manager, London Underground, £35,000

Lucinda Cobb

estate agent, Oxfordshire, £23,000

Pete Scott

self-employed painter and decorator, £17,000

Mike Kinner

window cleaner, Liverpool, £13,000

Anil Kula

quantity surveyor, Derbyshire, £18,370

Richard Wise

head of city design, Newcastle, £47,000

Kerry Northfold

surveyor, Arcadia Group, £42,000

Bernard Freeman

thatcher, Gloucestershire, £21,500

Stuart Smith

owner of Elite Flooring Company, £50,000

Paul Haluk

construction manager, Metronet, £42,000

John Quinn

mechanical engineer, Environmental Resources, £28,000

Dave Gray

handyman, Henley, £7 per hour

Rory Gregor

landscape gardener, St Albans, Herts, £17,000

Kevin King

Electrician, Sloane Electrical, London, £30,000

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