It’s no surprise that a home with a view and a garden, or a flat and a view.
But the most common answer for UK homebuyers is furnished houses, and the homes with the most expensive prices tend to be those with lots of rooms, which is the case for the 10 highest paid professionals, the report found.
The most expensive home buyers were professionals in the fields of marketing, accounting, and law.
The highest-paying professionals who own homes are professionals in marketing, which pays more than £40,000 a year.
The report looked at the median salary for full-time employees and those who work part-time.
This is the most recent data available from the Office for National Statistics, and it is calculated using the Bureau of Labour Statistics’ average salary.
It means that some professions earn more than the median, but some earn less than that.
The lowest-paid professionals who are paid less than the average are in the medical field.
Professionals earning the lowest salaries are in healthcare, retail and hospitality.
The top earners The report also looks at the earnings of professionals in different industries.
It includes the highest-earning professionals in each industry.
These include managers and executives of large companies, and those working for universities, which earns a salary of £180,000.
The second-highest-earner is in insurance, which makes more than $180,800.
It’s also worth noting that some of the most successful professions in the UK are in engineering, computer science and the arts.
These professions tend to earn higher salaries than in other parts of the country, because of the higher salaries in their own fields.
The research showed that those with higher salaries earned more than those who worked in other industries, which means that the profession in which the person earns the highest salary also has the most wealthy members of society.
The study has been published in the journal Science.
It is based on data from the National Living Wage Foundation, a charity which works to improve the living standards of workers in the private and public sectors.
This data shows the median earnings for those earning the national living wage.
The data comes from the Bureau for the National Statistics.
Source: Office for the Statistician and Analysis of Labour Force (ONS) – UK Statistics, accessed on 26 February 2018: https://www.statistics.gov.uk/about-us/employment-and-revenue-data/research/payments-by-industry-and_country/furniture-and/home-rental-rentals/homeownership/household-ownership-by_industry.aspx