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LONDON, ENGLAND — If you’re looking to find a job you’ll love, you might want to take a peep at the recently released Phoenix Health & Safety Career Welfare Index.

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The Phoenix Health & Safety Career Welfare Index takes a look at which jobs workers loved the most.

The index ranks certain professions based on their pay scale and how many employees said they love their job, thereby giving insight into which jobs employees were the most satisfied with.

It was based on a national survey of 116,000 UK residents, who were asked, “How much do you love your job on a scale of ‘hate’ to ‘love’?”

Phoenix Health & Safety then broke down those responses into categories “to find which people are most passionate about their job”.

It also created a list of the “Happiest and Highest Earners”, further narrowing down which jobs not only made people the happiest but also paid the most.

 

Results

When it comes to being in love with their job, lawyers take the cake, according to this index.

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The Phoenix Health & Safety Career Welfare Index ranked legal services as the happiest and highest earning job category.

In the ranking for happiest and highest earners, legal jobs came in first place. Some 28 per cent of respondents said they love their job, which also earns 39.07 per cent more than the average salary in the UK.

Financial insurance services workers ranked in second place, with 17 per cent saying they love their job and also earning 39.07 per cent higher than the average UK salary.

Fellow high-earners accountants came in third place, with 15 per cent saying they love their jobs.

In fourth was media/marketing/advertising/PR and sales jobs, which earn 32.81 per cent above the average UK salary. Twenty-seven per cent of these workers, according to the Career Welfare Index, love their jobs.

IT and telecoms workers ranked fifth, with 24 per cent loving their jobs and earning 19.05 per cent more than the average UK salary.

Other jobs that earned high rankings when it comes to loving their jobs were in construction (21 per cent), education (23 per cent) and medical and health services (21 per cent).

However, those jobs’ rankings were knocked down some by their earnings, with construction workers earning 11.53 per cent above the average UK salary, education workers earning 8.39 per cent more and medical and health services actually earning 9.92 per cent below the average UK salary.

 

Find a job you’ll love

Of course, finding a job that’s just perfect for you will take more than looking at an index like this, although it certainly can help.

You can also make use of recruitment services and online job boards like Click Jobs, which aim to connect jobseekers like you with the top employers looking to fill high-demand positions.

Find the latest jobs in the UK and US at Click Jobs.

References:

The Phoenix Health & Safety “Career Welfare Index

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