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Average salaries by education level:
Does it Pay to be a
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  1. 1. Average salaries by education level: Does it Pay to be a Scientist? Masters degree PhD / Doctorate Bachelor’s degree Other £42,010 £35,310 £33,600 £37,180 To break through the £35,000 salary mark, you’ll need to have studied a Ph.D. or a professional doctorate – this group earn on average over £8,410 more per year than those with a bachelor’s degree The degree you hold will also affect how much you earn Average salaries by experience accumulated: £35,570 Wales £37,730 South West £36,160 North East £36,160 Yorkshire & Humberside £35,550 Midlands £35,900 Average UK salary £36,430 Scotland £38,570 London £34,630 East Anglia £36,160 South East £36,210 N. Ireland* £34,780 North West Salaries by geographic region £17,923 £23,073 £30,042 £33,333 £37,236 £47,247 £49,911 1 Yr or Less 1 Yr – 3Yrs 3 Yrs – 6Yrs 6Yrs – 9Yrs 9Yrs – 14Yrs 14Yrs – 20Yrs Over 20Yrs Interestingly, starting salaries for Scientists have dropped £3,000 whereas there has been an increase in salaries for those with 3 years’ or more experience in their field in the past five years www.srg.co.uk The UK’s science industry has taken a real-terms pay cut in the last 4 years when comparing wage increases with the increased cost of living. We surveyed over 2,700 scientists in 2012 across the UK in conjunction with New Scientist as part of our recent salary survey to reveal the true state of pay in the scientific industries.

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