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Posted by StephWard27
 - March 13, 2017, 08:22:49 pm
On April 1st 2017, the minimum wage is set to increase as follows:
The National Living Wage (the minimum wage paid to over-25's) will go up to  £7.50 per hour - an extra 30p an hour.The National Minimum Wage will rise as follows:Age 21-24  £7.05 - an extra 10p an hour.
Age 18-20:  £5.60 - an extra 5p an hour
Under 18:  £4.05 - an extra 5p an hour
Apprentice:  £3.50 - an extra 10p an hour
Posted by Job Hunter
 - January 11, 2017, 04:22:13 pm
What is the mimimum wage in the UK 2017?

The Government's National Living Wage was introduced on 1 April 2016 for all working people aged 25 and over, and is currently set at  £7.20 per hour. In April 2017 it will go up to £7.50. The current National Minimum Wage for those under the age of 25 still applies.

The rates from 1 October 2016 are:

       
  • £7.20 per hour - 25 yrs old and over

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  • £6.95 per hour - 21-24 yrs old

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  • £5.55 per hour 18-20 yrs old

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  • £4 per hour - 16-17 yrs old

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  • £3.40 for apprentices under 19 or 19 or over who are in the first year of apprenticeship.

The rate will then change every April starting April 2017. The rates from 1 April 2017 will be:

       
  • £7.50 per hour - 25 yrs old and over

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  • £7.05 per hour - 21-24 yrs old

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  • £5.60 per hour - 18-20 yrs old

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  • £4.05 per hour - 16-17 yrs old

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  • £3.50 for apprentices under 19 or 19 or over who are in the first year of apprenticeship.