BRAIN FOOD: Earning curve - Animal care

BRAIN FOOD: Earning curve - Animal care - Philip L Francis, chairman, Petsmart (2001) pounds 885k

Last Updated: 09 Oct 2013

Philip L Francis, chairman, Petsmart (2001) pounds 885k

Veterinary surgeon, 20 years' practice, p.a. pounds 55,578

RSPCA inspector, p.a. pounds 17k-pounds 19.5k

London Zoo keeper, p.a. pounds 14,020

Qualified veterinary nurse (average), p.a. pounds 12,996

Self-employed dog-groomer, Stockport, p.a. pounds 7k-pounds 8k

Grade A stable staff, minimum wage, per wk pounds 223

Crufts 'Best in Show' prize money 2003 pounds 100

Indian stick insects, pack of three pounds 2.99.

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