Overview of salaries statistics of the profession Lawyer in UK

Average salary in the last 12 months: Lawyer in UK

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Distribution of vacancy Lawyer by regions UK

As you can see on the diagramm in UK the most numerous number of vacancies of Lawyer Job are opened in England. In the second place is Wales, In the third is Scotland.

Regions rating UK by salary for the profession Lawyer

According to the statistics of our website profession Lawyer is the highest paid in Northern Ireland. The average salary is 20208 GBP. Scotland and England are following.

The number of vacancies of profession Lawyer in % by salary ranges in UK

On 11/12/2016 by profession Lawyer in UK 340 vacancies are opened. For 60.9% employers pointed 0 - 20 700 GBP salary. 20% of ads with 20 700 - 41 400 GBP salary, and 15% of ads with 41 400 - 62 100 GBP salary.

Salary: Lawyer in big cities UK

Profession Lawyer is the highly paid in Cambridge. The wage is 40000 GBP. Next comes Exeter and Basildon.

Similar vacancies rating by salary in UK

Among similar professions in UK the highest-paid are considered to be General Counsel. According to our website the average salary is 34028 GBP. In the second place is Attorney with a salary 23834 GBP, and the third - Billing Coordinator with a salary 20125 GBP.

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