Advertised salaries in the UK have increased by 1.9% year-on-year as at November 2017, according to research by CV Library.
Its analysis of its job market data also found that advertised UK salaries increased by 1.3% between October 2017 and November 2017.
Advertised salaries for jobs in the education sector in the UK increased by 7.7% over the last month, compared to salary rises of 7.4% and 6.7% in the catering and retail sectors respectively. Salaries for legal positions rose by 5.6% over the same period, while jobs in recruitment are advertising salaries that are 1.7% higher in November 2017 compared to October 2017.
Regionally, advertised salaries in Cardiff increased by 15.5% for November 2017, compared to a 7.4% advertised salary increase for jobs in Brighton, a 5.4% pay increase for positions in Newcastle, and a 4.1% rise in advertised salaries for Sheffield-based jobs. Advertised salaries in Glasgow increased by 3.9% in November 2017.
Lee Biggins (pictured), founder and managing director at CV Library, said: “It’s positive to see that salaries are on the rise across the UK, especially in some of the nation’s key cities and industries. With Christmas fast approaching, many businesses will have been working hard to recruit for additional seasonal staff. Not only this, but in the run up to the new year many organisations will be looking to boost their recruitment efforts ahead of the January rush.”