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Warrington ranked 12th best place to work in the UK if you want a pay rise

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WARRINGTON has been ranked the 12th best place to work in the UK if you want a pay rise in a new survey by recruitment agency Search Consultancy.

Whilst there is more to life than money, no one is ever disappointed if they’re offered a pay rise. Now, the best areas to live if you want more money have been revealed, with Warrington coming 12th in a league table of 50.



Search Consultancy, a multi-discipline recruitment agency with offices across the UK has revealed the top regions to work in if you want more frequent pay rises.
Kent takes the top spot in Search’s latest Salary and Benefits guide with pay rises offered on average every eight months. The south features heavily in the top 10 spots with Milton Keyes, Surrey and Brighton also placing. The midlands come in second with Coventry, Nottingham and Derby all making the top 10.
The full list of 50 regions, shows on average how long it has been since people received a pay rise:
1. Kent – 8 months
2. Coventry – 9 months
3. Doncaster – 9 months
4. Nottingham – 9 months
5. Derby – 10 months
6. Inverness – 10 months
7. Milton Keyes – 10 months
8. Surrey – 11 months
9. Brighton – 12 months
10. Bristol – 12 months
11. Cambridge – 12 months
12. Warrington – 12 months
13. Yorkshire – 12 months
14. Cheshire – 13 months
15. Halifax – 13 months
16. Liverpool – 13 months
17. Perth – 13 months
18. Reading – 13 months
19. Bradford – 14 months
20. Aberdeen – 14 months
21. Dundee – 14 months
22. Glasgow – 14 months
23. Harrogate – 14 months
24. Lancashire – 14 months
25. Newcastle – 14 months
26. Crawley – 15 months
27. Falkirk – 15 months
28. Fife – 15 months
29. Manchester – 15 months
30. Wakefield – 15 months
31. Wirral – 15 months
32. Birmingham – 16 months
33. Edinburgh – 16 months
34. London – 16 months
35. Leeds – 17 months
36. Leicester – 17 months
37. Birkenhead – 18 months
38. Blackpool – 18 months
39. Dunfermline – 18 months
40. Huddersfield – 18 months
41. Hull – 18 months
42. Sheffield – 18 months
43. Southampton – 18 months
44. Wigan – 18 months
45. Stoke – 18 months
46. Bolton – 19 months
47. Chester – 19 months
48. Durham – 20 months
49. Sussex – 21 months
50. Hampshire – 26 months

Dominic Starkey, Marketing Director at Search Consultancy, said: “There has traditionally been a discrepancy regarding salaries in the South, compared to other regions in the UK due to the increased cost of living. That’s why analysing take home pay can often be a redundant exercise. By utilising pay increases as a base line as opposed to salaries, we can get a much fairer analysis of the market.
“As working from home becoming much more commonplace, and many jobs advertised as entirely remote, people outside of London and the surrounding area are suddenly open to much larger salaries and benefits packages that would have previous been geographically out of reach. This has the potential to revolutionise the job market and it will be interesting to see how this develops throughout 2021 and beyond.”
Search Consultancy released its latest 2021 Salary and Benefits Guide which is designed to help job seekers benchmark their salary in relation to the industry they work in and the level of experience they have. This equips people with the tools required to navigate new job offers and negotiate pay increases.
To establish the areas most likely to offer pay rises, Search Consultancy surveyed almost 5,000 people and asked how many months it had been since they were presented with a pay increase and also asked which area in the UK they worked.
For more information on Search Consultancy, and to access its 2021 Salary and Benefits Guide, visit: https://www.search.co.uk/recruitment-insights/salary-guide

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