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Question: how much money do you make a year?
Asked by Baller.lds to Todd, Ana, Daniel on 13 Mar 2017. This question was also asked by 828arth34.
answered on 13 Mar 2017:
In the NHS a biomedical engineer earns around £35,000 https://www.prospects.ac.uk/job-profiles/biomedical-engineer
As a PhD student you get between £14,000 and £16,000 on average.
In industry you can expect a starting salary of around £25,000 a year heading upwards from there!
answered on 14 Mar 2017:
I agree with Todd’s answer.
answered on 15 Mar 2017:
As a PhD student, I get about £17500 each year tax free..but it depends on who is funding the research as to how much we get.
Afte the PhD, I think we would expect something in the region of £24-£35 depending on the job/role
Daniel commented on 13 Mar 2017:
Yeah, it varies depending on your experience, field and within PhDs who you’re funded by!
I ger about £17500 each year, but as a PhD student its tax free, so equivalent of about £21/22k if we were working.
Post doctoral researchers in universities normally start about £32k/year
SIDEMEN commented on 14 Mar 2017:
Wow i never expected you guys to get that much money. But this is gonna be hard to vote
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