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Food and Drink Preparation and Service

Bar staff may earn from around £11,000 a year up to £15,000. Bar managers may start on £13,000 whilst training, but can earn up to £30,000 or more.

Catering/restaurant managers may earn from around £15,000 and up to £70,000 a year.

Chefs may earn from around £12,000 to £60,000 a year, or more for talented head chefs.

Fast food service assistants may earn from around £9,920 per year for new entrants, to £20,000 or more for trainee or assistant managers.

Kitchen assistants/porters may earn from around £10,046 a year (at age 18). This may rise to around £12,064 a year (at age 21).

Waiting staff may earn from around £7,400 to around £12,000 a year, depending on age. With experience, earnings may be around £15,000. A head waiter/waitress may earn £18,000 or more.

Front of House Services

Concierges may earn from around £12,000 a year up to £20,000 with experience. A head concierge in a four or five-star establishment may earn up to £25,000 or more.

Door attendants may earn from around £11,000 a year up to £20,000 for very experienced staff at large luxury hotels.

Hotel porters may earn from around £11,500 a year and up to £15,000. Head porters in charge of a team could earn up to around £20,500.

Hotel receptionists may earn from around £12,000 a year. With experience, they may earn between £14,500 and £18,000. Reception managers in large hotels can earn between £20,000 and £24,000.

Hotel managers may earn from around £17,000 a year whilst training. A deputy manager may earn £21,000 to £35,000. A general manager could earn anything from £21,000 to more than £55,000, depending on the type and size of hotel.

Housekeeping

Housekeepers may earn from around £12,500 a year and up to around £18,000 with experience. A head housekeeper or accommodation manager in a large London hotel may earn up to £40,000.

Hotel/accommodation room attendants may earn the national minimum wage, which is around £7,500 a year at age 16. Salaries for those aged over 21 are around £12,000 a year. With experience, this may rise to around £15,000 a year.

Venue and Events Management

Conference and banqueting assistants may earn from around £13,000 to £17,000 a year. Conference and banqueting managers may earn between £22,000 and £35,000. Experienced conference and banqueting managers may earn up to £50,000 a year.

Events organisers may earn from around £14,000 to £18,000 a year. Experienced organisers may earn between £20,000 and £40,000 a year. Event managers can earn up to £60,000.

 

 


 
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