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'Time Series for salaries by gender and different graduate types' from 'Graduate labour market statistics'

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Median Salary to the nearest £500 for 'Time Series for salaries by gender and different graduate types' for Age Group 16-64, Age Group 21-30, Graduate, Non-Graduate and Postgraduate in England between 2007 and 2020
20072008200920102011201220132014201520162017201820192020
Age Group 16-64Graduate£30,000£31,000£31,500£32,000£32,000£32,000£32,500£32,000£32,000£32,000£33,000£34,000£34,000£35,000
Postgraduate£35,500£36,000£37,000£37,500£38,000£38,500£38,000£39,000£39,500£38,000£39,000£40,000£42,000£42,000
Non-Graduate£20,000£20,000£21,000£21,000£21,000£21,500£22,000£22,000£22,000£22,500£23,000£24,000£25,000£25,500
Age Group 21-30Graduate£23,000£24,000£24,000£24,000£24,000£24,000£24,000£24,000£24,000£24,500£25,000£25,500£27,000£28,000
Postgraduate£26,500£28,000£28,000£28,000£27,000£28,000£27,500£27,500£28,000£29,000£28,000£30,000£30,500£31,000
Non-Graduate£17,000£18,000£17,500£18,000£18,000£18,000£18,000£18,000£18,000£19,000£19,500£21,000£21,500£21,500

Footnotes

  1. Median salaries are rounded to the nearest £500.

Source: Graduate labour market statistics, Time Series for salaries by gender and different graduate types

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