Friday, 1 April 2016

The New National Minimum Wage

From today, all workers aged 25 and over are legally entitled to at least £7.20 per hour. The latest
National Minimum Wage Increase was announced in last year's budget, with national minimum wages to remain the same for under 25s.

Here's how the new National Minimum Wage has changed since 2010:

Year
25 & Over
21 - 24
18 - 20
Under 18
Apprentice
2016
£7.20
£6.70
£5.30
£3.87
£3.30
2015
£6.70
£6.70
£5.30
£3.87
£3.30
2014
£6.50
£6.50
£5.13
£3.79
£2.73
2013
£6.31
£6.31
£5.03
£3.72
£2.68
2012
£6.19
£6.19
£4.98
£3.68
£2.65
2011
£6.08
£6.08
£4.98
£3.68
£2.60
2010
£5.93
£5.93
£4.92
£3.64
£2.50