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Fascinating research has shown what the royal family would earn in daily jobs. Meghan Markle (seen at Windsor Castle this month) could just continue where she left off in her acting career and earn at least £ 350k

Fascinating research has shown what the royal family would earn in daily jobs.

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Prince Harry, Sophie Wessex and Kate Middleton are among the family members whose skills and qualifications were analyzed to match them with a job and salary – with surprising results.

Training and qualification provider TheKnowledgeAcademy.com compiled CVs for members of the royal family, trying to gauge how they would do if they were looking for a job in the current job market.

Meghan Markle & # 39; s acting experience made her top £ 350k, while Sophie Wessex & # 39; s secretarial training and PR experience could earn her an annual salary of £ 40k.

Meanwhile, Prince Harry would only earn £ 21k as an entry-level charitable worker, but his military experience could see him working at a £ 55,000 position as a major.

The survey, based on average reported salary figures and available job openings at the UK's largest job sites, shows how quickly they could expect to find a job, for which positions they would compete realistically and for what money they would stand To make.

Meghan Markle – Actress at £ 350k

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Fascinating research has shown what the royal family would earn in daily jobs. Meghan Markle (seen at Windsor Castle this month) could just continue where she left off in her acting career and earn at least £ 350k

Fascinating research has shown what the royal family would earn in daily jobs. Meghan Markle (seen at Windsor Castle this month) could just continue where she left off in her acting career and earn at least £ 350k

Meghan Markle was able to quickly move on to where she left off in her acting career.

After appearing in various famous shows such as CSI: Miami, came her most prominent role in playing Rachel Zane in the popular TV show Suits.

According to knownetworth.com, just before she married Prince Harry, she earned around £ 350,000 a year with her Suits annual salary, as well as various approval deals and sponsorships.

Sophie, Countess of Wessex – PR for £ 40k

Sophie trained as a secretary at West Kent College in Tonbridge before embarking on a public relations career in which she worked for various organizations - including Capital Radio during a four-year internship that could earn her up to £ 40,000 a year

Sophie trained as a secretary at West Kent College in Tonbridge before embarking on a public relations career in which she worked for various organizations - including Capital Radio during a four-year internship that could earn her up to £ 40,000 a year

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Sophie trained as a secretary at West Kent College in Tonbridge before embarking on a public relations career in which she worked for various organizations – including Capital Radio during a four-year internship that could earn her up to £ 40,000 a year

Sophie trained as a secretary at West Kent College in Tonbridge before embarking on a public relations career in which she worked for various organizations, including Capital Radio over a four-year period.

She also spent a year traveling and working in Australia and Switzerland, where she worked as a ski representative.

In 1996 she started her own PR company, which she ran for five years.

Because of her extensive work experience (compared to other members of the royal family), she was able to earn up to £ 40,000 a year from public relations.

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Someone with her extensive experience in public relations should not spend too much time on the job market, especially because she has a proven track record of successfully running a PR business.

Prince Edward, Count of Wessex – Production Assistant £ 28k

If Edward renounced his duties as an active member of the royal family, he could certainly pursue a career in media and theater production - experienced production assistants could earn up to £ 28,000 a year

If Edward renounced his duties as an active member of the royal family, he could certainly pursue a career in media and theater production - experienced production assistants could earn up to £ 28,000 a year

If Edward renounced his duties as an active member of the royal family, he could certainly pursue a career in media and theater production – experienced production assistants could earn up to £ 28,000 a year

If Edward renounced his duties as an active member of the royal family, he could certainly pursue a career in media and theater production.

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After his brief period with the Royal Navy, he worked as a production assistant on musicals for a theater company based in London.

He founded his own television production company in 1993, where he worked as a producer and joint director. The company was dissolved in 2009, with assets reduced to just £ 40.

Experienced production assistants can earn up to £ 28,000 a year, so Edward can go back to his roots and earn more than all the previous royals on our list. The typical tenure of a production assistant is less than a year and there are around 735 vacancies for such roles in the course of a year.

Kate Middleton – Administrator £ 23k

Kate Middleton & # 39; s degree and work experience before she married Prince William would earn her an annual salary of up to £ 23,000 in a business administrative or marketing role

Kate Middleton & # 39; s degree and work experience before she married Prince William would earn her an annual salary of up to £ 23,000 in a business administrative or marketing role

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Kate Middleton & # 39; s degree and work experience before she married Prince William would earn her an annual salary of up to £ 23,000 in a business administrative or marketing role

Kate Middleton could be the first British queen with a university degree.

In fact, she is currently the first royal bride in the UK with a university degree. She studied at the University of St. Andrews in Fife, Scotland, and accepted a position as an accessory buyer with British retailer Jigsaw shortly after her graduation.

Allegedly she was responsible for performing various administrative tasks and carrying out groceries during photo shoots.

She then worked for the company for her parents' party supplies. After modeling the company's catalogs, in addition to working on the catalog design team and overseeing their production, she also held a position in the company's marketing department.

Her work experience before she married Prince William would earn her an annual salary of up to £ 23,000 in an administrative or marketing position. With a wealth of such positions currently being advertised as openly, she would not expect she would be in the job market for more than a month if she focused all her attention on finding work.

Princes Harry and William – Charity workers £ 21k

Harry had successful military careers and is closely involved in charity work. His work experience, however, would only provide them with a £ 21,000 annual starting salary

Harry had successful military careers and is closely involved in charity work. His work experience, however, would only provide them with a £ 21,000 annual starting salary

William had successful military careers and is deeply involved in charity work. His work experience, however, would only provide them with a £ 21,000 annual starting salary

William had successful military careers and is deeply involved in charity work. His work experience, however, would only provide them with a £ 21,000 annual starting salary

Harry and William have both had a successful military career and are both heavily involved in charity work. However, their work experience would only earn them an annual salary of £ 21,000

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Harry and William have both had a successful military career and are both heavily involved in charity work. However, their work experience would only provide them with a £ 21,000 annual starting salary for charity.

The princes would have the most success in finding jobs for charity officers or in their return to the army.

Army roles offer the best earning potential in the long term, with captains earning £ 42,000 a year and majors earning £ 55,000 each year.

If they rejoined the army, they would probably be taken back immediately, since they both had a successful military career.

Looking for a job in the charity sector would, however, lead to a longer process depending on the number of candidates currently applying and the number of vacancies. There are 168,000 charities in England and Wales that employ around 870.00 paid employees (according to prospects.ac.uk).

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Princess Anne – charity officer £ 19k

The extensive work of Princess Anne with charities such as Save the Children, visiting a number of African countries, would recommend her for a job as a charity officer or coordinator for £ 19k

The extensive work of Princess Anne with charities such as Save the Children, visiting a number of African countries, would recommend her for a job as a charity officer or coordinator for £ 19k

The extensive work of Princess Anne with charities such as Save the Children, visiting a number of African countries, would recommend her for a job as a charity officer or coordinator for £ 19k

Princess Anne would earn a little less if she were given a job in the current market.

Her extensive work with charities such as Save the Children, where she visited a number of African countries, would recommend her for a job as a charity officer or coordinator.

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Without a lot of work experience, she would probably find it difficult to find a job and could be on the market for a while. She could expect that she would earn less than Prince Harry and William, with an expected salary of £ 19,000 in her first year at work.

Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall – £ 17,500 Secretary

Camilla did not follow a traditional academic path; she was sent to school instead. Her limited experience as a secretary would probably earn her only £ 17,500 annual salary.

Camilla did not follow a traditional academic path; she was sent to school instead. Her limited experience as a secretary would probably earn her only £ 17,500 annual salary.

Camilla did not follow a traditional academic path; she was sent to school instead. Her limited experience as a secretary would probably earn her only £ 17,500 annual salary.

Camilla did not follow a traditional academic path; she was sent to school instead.

The Queen & # 39; s Gate School in South Kensington, which she started attending at the age of 10, is known for supplying nobility and foreign ministry women.

After attending various finishing schools, the duchess worked part-time as a secretary in London.

Her more limited experience as a secretary would only earn her £ 17,500 annual salary.

On the other hand, there is no shortage of secretarial functions in the UK, so she would not have been on the market for too long.

What would the princes in the real world earn?

Meghan Markle – Actress at £ 350k

Sophie, Countess of Wessex – PR for £ 40k

Prince Edward – Production Assistant £ 28k

Kate Middleton – Administrator £ 23k

Princes Harry and William – Charity workers £ 21k

Princess Anne – charity officer £ 19k

Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall – £ 17,500 Secretary

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