BRAIN FOOD: Earning curve - The weather

Arnold Fulton, chairman, Fulton Umbrellas, worth £50m
Peter Ewins, chief executive, Met Office, p.a. £105k
BBC weather presenter, p.a. £22k-£26k
Meteorologist, newly qualified, the Met Office, p.a. £12k
Storm chaser, Storm Chasing Adventure Tours, per tour £596
Trainee road gritter driver, per hour £5
Insurance pay-out, 1987 storm damage £1.25 billion

Last Updated: 31 Aug 2010

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