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- February 6, 2012 at 9:23 am #32698
General Nurse salary and Nursing pay discussions. There are thousands of Nursing job vacancies on major job boards online where you can find your position. The demand is really high for nurses so if you train to be a Nurse then you can easily find a job for yourself in the UK.
Most companies would pay extra for those who lives and works in London due to high costs of living.
You should ask about working in London and conditions to the employer before applying for a role
It’s suggested that you to ask all other benefits as well as salaries.
NHS Entry level starting salaries are in Band 5 so it’s 21,176. You can also benefit from unsocial hours pay from NHS too so if you work on a Sunday or in a public holiday, you will receive %60 more on top of your hourly rate.
NHS senior level starting salaries are in Band 7-9 which is between Â£30,000 – Â£97,000.
– Freelance working is possible.
– Career breaks and retraining available.
– There are huge opportunities to work outside of the UK.
– Uniforms are free if you work for NHS.
Are you a nurse? Can you please let us know about your pay rate?
View more pay scales?February 8, 2012 at 11:44 am #35412
A nurse’s pay for a new starter is Â£15,445.
After 3 years, pay is then Â£17,055
After 5 years, pay is then Â£19,935
For a midwife after 5 years, pay is Â£22,440
United managers pay is Â£26,290
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