Average Salary for The National Health Service (NHS) Employees in United Kingdom

£27k
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The National Health Service (NHS) pays its employees an average of ₤26,630 a year. Salaries at The National Health Service (NHS) range from an average of ₤17,376 to ₤51,093 a year. The National Health Service (NHS) employees with the job title Neurosurgeon make the most with an average annual salary of ₤106,978, while employees with the title Phlebotomist make the least with an average annual salary of ₤12,716.

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£12k
£53k
Average: £25,027
£20k - £32k
Average: £24,580
£20k - £31k
Average: £27,781
£15k - £53k
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Average: £27,844
£20k - £42k
Average: £27,397
£21k - £37k
£12k - £21k
Average: £27,324
£21k - £36k
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Gender Breakdown

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Female
62.9%
Salary:
£16k - £39k
Male
36.6%
Salary:
£18k - £62k

Job Satisfaction

Highly Satisfied
Rated 4 out of 5
Based on 380 responses

Popular Degrees for The National Health Service (NHS)

Pay ranges for employees at The National Health Service (NHS) by degree.

Years of Experience

This data is based on 1,323 survey responses.
Early Career
43.2%
Mid Career
20.6%
Experienced
19.9%
Late Career
12.5%
Entry Level
3.8%

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