If you are thinking about relocating, North Tyneside offers outstanding opportunities for business development and a top-quality lifestyle – the area boasts the UK’s largest and most successful office park, two Enterprise Zones and superb transport links.

Salaries

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Competitive wages make North East England one of the most financially rewarding places to locate in the UK. Average annual earnings are at least 10% lower than the national average, delivering a real cost benefit for businesses in the region.

 

Some employers are also reporting attrition rates are much lower than other parts of the country offering significant cost savings on recruitment and training for your business.

 

Average Weekly Pay – Gross

Location

Full Time Workers

(£)

Female Full 

Time Workers (£)

Male Full

Time Workers (£)

North East

484.80

428.80

522.50

West Midlands

492.50

431.90

535.00

Yorkshire and The Humber

480.50

425.50

524.00

East Midlands

492.00

423.30

540.60

North West

492.00

441.80

529.90

South West

498.80

440.10

539.60

East

551.00

481.30

595.60

South East

574.90

499.50

626.50

London

621.10

574.90

668.90

Average UK

630.10

460.78

564.73

Source: NOMIS Labour Market Profile 2015 using ONS data

 

Earnings by Residence

 

 

North Tyneside (£) North East (£) Great Britain (£)
Gross weekly pay
Full-time workers 461.8 477.1 520.8
Male full-time workers 491.7 514.7 561.5
Female full-time workers 438.0 421.9 463.0
Hourly pay- excluding overtime
Full-time workers 11.97 12.05 13.15
Male full-time workers 12.08 12.53 13.70
Female full-time workers 11.68 11.25 12.34

Source: ONS annual survey of hours and earnings – resident analysis (2014)

 

Further Information

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