Global education company The Knowledge Academy has identified “alternative careers” for members of the Royal Family, imagining for a moment that they are not headed by the British Crown, based on current vacancies in the UK. Here’s what William and his relatives could do and relative earnings.
Have you ever wondered what work the various members of the Royal Family if they were ordinary citizens and not real in the service of English crown?
He tried to imagine possible scenarios there global education company The Knowledge Academy, who identified their possible ‘alternative careers’ taking into account current vacancies in the UK.
William and Kate: charitable and administrative
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The royals, in reality, already have an occupation, albeit decidedly sui generis: they must support the queen, fulfilling the commitments she entrusts, including official visits, state trips, inaugurations, galas and assignments in the charities of which they are presidents.
Regarding William, as he pointed out The Knowledge AcademyIn addition to a military career, the heir to the throne has no experience outside the charity sector.
So in today’s world of work he would have only one possibility of being hired: employees in a non-profit organization, with an income of 21,000 pounds a year, just over 24,000 euros.
Same goes for the Princess Anna, patroness of over 200 charitable organizations (according to estimates, she could earn £ 19,000 a year, € 22,000).
Kate MiddletonAs soon as she finished her studies, she was hired in a company with an administrative position, and then worked in the marketing sector of her parents’ company, in a company that manages related events and gadgets.
She could find a job as an administrative employee, and at first she would earn around 23,000 pounds a year (26,000 euros).
Camilla, second wife of Prince Charles and Duchess of Cornwall, as a young man she worked as a part-time secretary.
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Today, at the first signing of such a contract, it could be maintained with around 17,500 pounds a year, 20,000 euros.
The youngest son of Elizabeth and Philip, Edward, could find a future in show business.
In the past, the prince worked in a London theater company as a production assistant for musicals.
In 1993 the Earl of Wessex he founded his own television production company (dissolved in 2009).
Therefore, according to The Knowledge Academy, he would not struggle to find a job as a production assistant, with an annual income of 28,000 pounds (32,000 euros).
Those who have been in the business for a while, having given up senior royal status, are Harry and Meghan.
Their count with more zeros – as now entrepreneurs of themselves, at the head of the charity foundation Archewell – continues to rise.