What jobs are making the average wage for stirling, scotland £47,000


#1

stirling is the most affordable city in the uk- £174,000 average property price, 3.7 times average local salary.

=£47,000 average annual salary! that must be the mean wage, rather than the median, which would be a better way to get average, but still doesn’t sound right. what jobs are pushing the wage up in stirling? I want to move there if that’s the salary. walking around, it didn’t look like people were that wealthy.


#2

is that in, pounds Stirling hahahahahahahahaaah?!?!?!?!?!


#3

ily foppyish


#4

right back atcha


#5

I really liked Stirling, and look every so often for jobs there.

Very nice bridge. Not sure how that makes them all a 45k+ yearly salary though.


#6

maybe they’re all bridge-makers?


#7

There’s the castle, and the Wallace Monument. They’re probably driving salaries up. Monument maintenance jobs or something.


#8

Stirling FC footballer


#9

How many bridges does one medium sized town need?


#10

Depends how many English are attempting to occupy it.


#11

:hushed:


#12

Alright, Sir Hugh de Cressingham.


#13

yeh I live in Oxford and all my money goes on rent


#14

It’s got a relatively large university and so I guess that will contribute to the average salary of the town, and also there will be some graduate jobs/economy for graduates who stay on, that will pay relatively well


#15

Didn’t think it was mathematically possible for a place to be worse than London for this.


#16

Classic Londoner.


#17

Apples and pears, eel pie


#18

I highly doubt that is the case to be honest. they must be including commuters incomes…


#19

Lawyers/Solicitors is my guess


#20

I highly advise that no one move to Stirling.