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Salary & Holidays – What Brits Think They Deserve: An Interactive Infographic


Have you ever felt overworked and underpaid?

Well, judging by this infographic, you are not alone.

Across both the 12 regions of the UK and the various sectors of the UK economy, people believe they are underpaid for the job they do. On average, Brits believe they deserve a 37% pay increase.

Not only that, they believe they deserve more holiday. Eight days more holiday, to be precise. Click on the map below to find out more:  × 

After looking at this infographic maybe you want to move into a different industry. Perhaps a purposeful job in the charity sector, or a high-flying position in Law? If that’s the case, why not get in touch? We can help you make the switch.

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