The Royal Family and the British monarchy are here to say. But if they will hypothetically be abolished, some members of the royal family will fare well in today’s job market.

A study conducted by The Knowledge Academy revealed that Meghan Markle and Sophie, Countess of Wessex would come out on top based on their credentials. The two female royals would earn the biggest sum of money per year based on what is written in their resumes.

Since Markle and Sophie are on top of the pack, this means that Kate Middleton is ranked behind the Duchess of Sussex. In fact, the study reveals that she is ranked fourth and behind Prince Edward.

If the Duchess of Sussex’s estimated salary is at over $451,000 and Sophie’s estimated yearly salary is at $51,000, Middleton’s yearly salary based on the information in her resume is just estimated at almost $30,000.

But the Duchess of Cambridge’s salary, if she’s not part of the royal family, will still be much bigger than the yearly salaries of Prince William and Prince Harry. The royal siblings’ annual income is just estimated at roughly around $27,000.

Princess Anne’s salary is estimated at over $24,000, and Camilla Parker Bowles is at the bottom of the list with only $22,500.

Meanwhile, Markle’s estimated annual salary is so much higher than everyone else because she worked as an actress in Hollywood before she joined the royal family. Sophie, on the other hand, also had a career in public relations because she tied the knot with Prince Edward.

Middleton also graduated from a prestigious school but before she married Prince William, she was only working as a jewelry buyer for British fashion brand Jigsaw. She also worked at her parents’ party favor business.

Prince Charles’ wife, who could earn the lowest salary, also has the least work experience. She worked as a part-time secretary before joining the royal family.

Queen Elizabeth II, Prince Charles, Prince William, Prince Harry, Kate Middleton, Camilla Parker Bowles Meghan Markle Prince Charles, Prince Andrew, Camilla Parker Bowles, Queen Elizabeth II, Meghan Markle, Prince Harry, Prince William and Kate Middleton watch the RAF flypast on the balcony of Buckingham Palace on July 10, 2018 in London. Photo: Getty Images/Chris Jackson