The highest-paid internship role is in consulting with an average salary of £1,700 ($2,201) per month, according to a study.
Internships in the business sector come in second place, with interns earning £1,550 per month, closely followed by finance with an average monthly salary of £1,500, according to the study of 1,257 intern positions on job site Indeed by MoneyTransfers.com.
In fourth place is an internship in research which can pay on average £1,450 per month. Indeed.co.uk offers roles such as trading research intern, AI research intern and research and development intern.
Rounding out the top five highest paid internships is a role in web development — interns can earn an average salary of £1,440 per month.
Indeed.co.uk states that the average internship salary across the UK is £20,715 per year, but often interns receive half of that.
Internships in fashion are the lowest paid with an average monthly salary of £600, less than half the national living wage of £1,395 per month, according to MoneyTransfers.com. One anomaly was the role of buying intern which could see interns earning a salary of £1,408 per month.
Brits looking for internships in marketing can also expect to earn less, with salaries averaging £800 per month.
The sector with the third lowest paying internship roles is sales, with an average salary of £950 per month. However, sales roles are often commission based, therefore interns could end up making more than the base average salary, MoneyTransfers.com said.
London came out on top as the internship hotspot for students and graduates with the most intern roles available — 1,455 positions are currently available on Indeed.
Manchester takes second place with nearly 200 internships advertised online, followed by Birmingham, Bristol, and Nottingham.
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