Job (Number Reporting)
|£16,840 - £28,223|
|Salary||£16,898 - £29,398|
|Total Pay||£16,840 - £28,223|
|£15,920 - £29,873|
|Salary||£16,864 - £30,067|
|Total Pay||£15,920 - £29,873|
|£11,860 - £17,252|
|Salary||£11,654 - £18,060|
|Total Pay||£11,860 - £17,252|
|£23,856 - £70,472|
|Salary||£25,175 - £64,975|
|Bonus||£591 - £7,882|
|Total Pay||£23,856 - £70,472|
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|£16,914 - £34,353|
|Salary||£17,685 - £32,406|
|Total Pay||£16,914 - £34,353|
Country: United Kingdom | Currency: GBP | Updated: 11 Mar 2016 | Individuals Reporting: 29
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