Welcome to the careerometer – the tool that lets you compare the average wages and working hours of up to two jobs in England.
How to use the careerometer
Simply type in the first career that you think you might be interested in and select from the drop down list, then add your second and third choices to see the comparison. Don’t forget – when you’ve finished comparing wages and job opportunities – visit Prospects, National Careers Service or iCould.
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This feature helps with:
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Gatsby Benchmark 3: Addressing the needs of each pupil.
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