Good news for those considering an apprenticeshipSeptember 30, 2016
Young workers nationwide are in for a pay rise from Saturday, October 1, when the National Minimum Wage increases for some age bands. People aged 24 and under will receive more pay when the new rates are introduced. How much they are paid will depend on a worker’s age and if they are an apprentice. From October 1, wages go up to:
- £6.95 per hour – 21-24 year old (from £6.70 in 2015)
- £5.55 per hour 18 – 20 years old (from £5.30 in 2015)
- £4 per hour – 16-17 years old (from £3.87 in 2015)
- £3.40 for apprentices under 19 or 19 or over who are in the first year of apprenticeship (from £3.30 in 2015)
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