The early years of a career in pensions can be demanding, but they are bolstered by excellent pay packages and a fostering mentality from senior staff. Salaries compare favourably to other areas of finance, and can reach into the high six figures. Take a look at the table below showing the salary progression of pensions by experience.

Pensions
Junior (0-2 years) Part Qualified Nearly/Newly Qualified Qualified Senior Qualified
London £28,000 – £36,000 £36,000 – £48,000 £48,000 – £65,000 £65,000 – £80,000 £80,000+
South East £25,000 – £34,000 £34,000 – £46,000 £46,000 – £62,000 £62,000 – £80,000 £80,000+
South West £22,000 – £33,000 £33,000 – £44,000 £44,000 – £60,000 £58,000 – £75,000 £75,000+
Midlands £22,000 – £33,000 £33,000 – £44,000 £44,000 – £58,000 £58,000 – £75,000 £75,000+
North £22,000 – £33,000 £33,000 – £44,000 £44,000 – £58,000 £58,000 – £75,000 £75,000+
Scotland £22,000 – £33,000 £33,000 – £44,000 £44,000 – £58,000 £58,000 – £75,000 £75,000+

 

 

Source: Goodman Masson, Goodman Masson Salary Guide 2014

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