The Queen of Britain is looking for a new personal servant for Buckingham Palace. You're not going to believe the salary
Queen Elizabeth II, Queen of Britain, is looking for a new trainee personal servant to work at Buckingham Palace, but one problem with this job is that the salary of a job-getter is below the minimum wage in London.
The Daily Mail reported that the butler is set to receive an estimated salary of £20,806 a year for work seven days a week, i.e. £1,733 per month or £403 per week.
She added that the server would be expected to work 45 hours a week, which meant that his hourly wage would be £8.96, while the living wage or minimum wage in the British capital was estimated at £10.55.
It is worth mentioning that applicants do not need to enjoy any experience in the hospitality field, as the job announcement stated that previous experience in the field would be an advantage, but it is not necessary, and more importantly the ability to meet new challenges.
The most prominent qualities or skills that applicants are required to have are the ability to work within a team, to pay close attention to details and to be able to communicate with different personalities.
For the benefits offered by the job, the most important ones are the possibility of staying at Buckingham Palace as well as free meals, as well as a 33-day holiday.