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Travel and Tourism

Pay

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  • Holiday resort representatives may earn from around £6,000 - £7,800 a year during their first season (around £550 to £650 a month) and up to £14,000 a year with experience. Managers in charge of other representatives may earn £18,000 or more. Food and accommodation may be included and commission for selling trips etc.
  • Theme park/fairground workers may earn from around £9,300 - £11,900 a year with experience. In a supervisory role it may be possible to earn £15,000 or more.
  • Tour managers may earn from around £16,000 - £20,000 a year with experience. It may be possible to earn up to £28,000. Commission and tips can increase earnings and accommodation and food is usually included in tours.
  • Tourist guides may earn from around £12,000 - £18,000 a year with experience. Senior guides with specialist knowledge may earn up to £25,000.
  • Tourist information centre assistants may earn from around £11,000 - £17,000 a year with experience. Supervisors may earn up to £19,000.
  • Travel agents may earn from around £11,000 - £22,000 a year with experience. Travel agency managers may earn £40,000 or more.
  • Air cabin crew may earn from around £12,000 - £23,000 a year with experience. Senior air cabin crew may earn £25,000 or more.
  • Coach drivers may earn from around £11,000 when training and around £13,500 a year when qualified. Experienced coach drivers may earn up to £23,500.
  • Passenger check in officers may earn from around £12,000 - £16,000 a year with experience. Supervisors may earn more than £20,000.
  • Train crew may earn from around £12,500 - £16,000 a year with experience. Supervisors may earn up to £20,000.