Higher Level Teaching Assistant Salary
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Higher Level Teaching Assistant Salary ComparisonIn 2008, the average salary for this job was £12,500.
The average salary in 2009 was £10,670, based on 1 respondents (a difference of -15% from the 2008 figure.
The average salary in 2010 was £15,673, based on 4 respondents (a difference of 47% from the 2009 figure.
The average salary in 2011 was £14,000, based on 1 respondents (a difference of -11% from the 2010 figure.
The average salary in 2012 was £18,000, based on 1 respondents (a difference of 29% from the 2011 figure.
The median salary for a Higher Level Teaching Assistant based on all salary survey responses is: £16,500
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About the Salary Survey Data in this survey is based on over 368,000 individual salary records. The date period for which job information was gathered varies, but is usually between 2008 - 2012. For precise date related information, custom reports may be ordered with greater granularity. Working 8 hours a day, 250 days of the year, the data suggests the hourly rate for Higher Level Teaching Assistant is £8.48.
Higher Level Teaching Assistant Salary By UK RegionThese figures use non-job specific statistical weighting from our salary data pool and also include for comparison the salaries for a Higher Level Teaching Assistant job in US Dollars based on a recent exchante rate (last rate update 02/05/2013 with a pound to dollar exchange rate 1.56) for comparisons for our international visitors
With regard to age and impact on salary for a Higher Level Teaching Assistant, a statistical average weighting (that is based on how salary varies by age and not for a specific job which may vary considerably) suggests these figures: £12,725 for a worker in their 20s, £16,627 (30s), £19,681 (40s) and £19,681 (50s).
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