Annual earnings

The graph shows the median annual earnings for full-time and part-time workers in Buckinghamshire, the South East, and England.

According to the ONS Annual Survey of hours and earnings, Buckinghamshire’s median annual gross earnings for full-time workers was £35,273 per year. This is higher than the median annual gross earnings for both the South East (£33,983 per year) and England (£31,490 per year). Part-time workers also earned a little bit higher in Buckinghamshire with £11,978 per year. The South East and England had median annual part-time earnings of £11,483 and £11,241 respectively.

This data is for gross income, which means the total amount earned before taxes or other deductions. Median earnings are a useful measure of average earnings since they are not affected by a small number of high or low earners.

 

For more information about jobs and skills, visit Buckinghamshire’s Economic Intelligence Observatory.

Annual earnings

Gross annual pay for full-time and part-time workers

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