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Found it at last, lol

 

People on PIO keep asking about, pay and the cost of living, I found this graph from 2009 I know it's out of date, but in that time wages in Australia have gone up about 12% and in the UK about 3%. The overall totals at the bottom work out at about $2.35 to £1, but it will be higher now probably at least $2.4 to £1.

 

 

I will look for a more up to date one.

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Can everyone see it? When I copied and pasted it using my iPad I could see it, but when I posted the thread, all I can see now is a tiny blue box.

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Cant see no graph

 

 

I will use my computer tomorrow, copy and pasting using an iPad is mega difficult. Cheers.

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average wages still trying to work out where better off

painter here £20 hr with uk cost of living

oz $25 hr with cost of living

??????

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average wages still trying to work out where better off

painter here £20 hr with uk cost of living

oz $25 hr with cost of living

??????

 

 

Definately here mate £20 per hour in the UK is at least a third higher than the UK average wage.

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painter here £20 hr with uk cost of living

oz $25 hr with cost of living

??????

 

£20 ph...............is he Van Gogh?

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Average Australian Wage 2011 By Industry

(Full Time Ordinary Earnings)

 

[TABLE=width: 400]

[TR=class: tabletop, bgcolor: #A9DB52]

[TD]Industry Sector[/TD]

[TD]Average Annual Wage[/TD]

[/TR]

[TR]

[TD=class: cell, bgcolor: #F5F5F5, align: center]Mining[/TD]

[TD=class: cell, bgcolor: #F5F5F5, align: center]$113,636[/TD]

[/TR]

[TR]

[TD=class: cell, bgcolor: #F5F5F5, align: center]Manufacturing[/TD]

[TD=class: cell, bgcolor: #F5F5F5, align: center]$61,989[/TD]

[/TR]

[TR]

[TD=class: cell, bgcolor: #F5F5F5, align: center]Electricity, Gas and Water Supply[/TD]

[TD=class: cell, bgcolor: #F5F5F5, align: center]$78,432[/TD]

[/TR]

[TR]

[TD=class: cell, bgcolor: #F5F5F5, align: center]Construction[/TD]

[TD=class: cell, bgcolor: #F5F5F5, align: center]$71,110[/TD]

[/TR]

[TR]

[TD=class: cell, bgcolor: #F5F5F5, align: center]Wholesale Trade[/TD]

[TD=class: cell, bgcolor: #F5F5F5, align: center]$69,638[/TD]

[/TR]

[TR]

[TD=class: cell, bgcolor: #F5F5F5, align: center]Retail Trade[/TD]

[TD=class: cell, bgcolor: #F5F5F5, align: center]$50,898[/TD]

[/TR]

[TR]

[TD=class: cell, bgcolor: #F5F5F5, align: center]Accommodation, Cafes and Restaurants[/TD]

[TD=class: cell, bgcolor: #F5F5F5, align: center]$49,785[/TD]

[/TR]

[TR]

[TD=class: cell, bgcolor: #F5F5F5, align: center]Transport and Storage[/TD]

[TD=class: cell, bgcolor: #F5F5F5, align: center]$67,018[/TD]

[/TR]

[TR]

[TD=class: cell, bgcolor: #F5F5F5, align: center]Communication Services[/TD]

[TD=class: cell, bgcolor: #F5F5F5, align: center]$80,257[/TD]

[/TR]

[TR]

[TD=class: cell, bgcolor: #F5F5F5, align: center]Finance and Insurance[/TD]

[TD=class: cell, bgcolor: #F5F5F5, align: center]$80,480[/TD]

[/TR]

[TR]

[TD=class: cell, bgcolor: #F5F5F5, align: center]Property and Business Services[/TD]

[TD=class: cell, bgcolor: #F5F5F5, align: center]$63,294[/TD]

[/TR]

[TR]

[TD=class: cell, bgcolor: #F5F5F5, align: center]Professional, Scientific and Technical Services[/TD]

[TD=class: cell, bgcolor: #F5F5F5, align: center]$82,212[/TD]

[/TR]

[TR]

[TD=class: cell, bgcolor: #F5F5F5, align: center]Administrative and Support Services[/TD]

[TD=class: cell, bgcolor: #F5F5F5, align: center]$59,904[/TD]

[/TR]

[TR]

[TD=class: cell, bgcolor: #F5F5F5, align: center]Government Administration and Safety[/TD]

[TD=class: cell, bgcolor: #F5F5F5, align: center]$72,940[/TD]

[/TR]

[TR]

[TD=class: cell, bgcolor: #F5F5F5, align: center]Education[/TD]

[TD=class: cell, bgcolor: #F5F5F5, align: center]$73,154[/TD]

[/TR]

[TR]

[TD=class: cell, bgcolor: #F5F5F5, align: center]Health and Community Services[/TD]

[TD=class: cell, bgcolor: #F5F5F5, align: center]$65,983[/TD]

[/TR]

[TR]

[TD=class: cell, bgcolor: #F5F5F5, align: center]Cultural and Recreational Services[/TD]

[TD=class: cell, bgcolor: #F5F5F5, align: center]$62,509[/TD]

[/TR]

[TR]

[TD=class: cell, bgcolor: #F5F5F5, align: center]Other Services[/TD]

[TD=class: cell, bgcolor: #F5F5F5, align: center]$54,636[/TD]

[/TR]

[/TABLE]

 

 

[h=3]Average salary falls 3pc in face of high inflation - Telegraph[/h]

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not van gogh mate thats what i get on day work ,price work can earn more, and i thought my wages were crap,

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Average Australian Wage 2011 By Industry

(Full Time Ordinary Earnings)

 

[TABLE=width: 400]

[TR=class: tabletop, bgcolor: #A9DB52]

[TD]Industry Sector

[/TD]

[TD]Average Annual Wage

[/TD]

[/TR]

[TR]

[TD=class: cell, bgcolor: #F5F5F5, align: center]Mining

[/TD]

[TD=class: cell, bgcolor: #F5F5F5, align: center]$113,636

[/TD]

[/TR]

[TR]

[TD=class: cell, bgcolor: #F5F5F5, align: center]Manufacturing

[/TD]

[TD=class: cell, bgcolor: #F5F5F5, align: center]$61,989

[/TD]

[/TR]

[TR]

[TD=class: cell, bgcolor: #F5F5F5, align: center]Electricity, Gas and Water Supply

[/TD]

[TD=class: cell, bgcolor: #F5F5F5, align: center]$78,432

[/TD]

[/TR]

[TR]

[TD=class: cell, bgcolor: #F5F5F5, align: center]Construction

[/TD]

[TD=class: cell, bgcolor: #F5F5F5, align: center]$71,110

[/TD]

[/TR]

[TR]

[TD=class: cell, bgcolor: #F5F5F5, align: center]Wholesale Trade

[/TD]

[TD=class: cell, bgcolor: #F5F5F5, align: center]$69,638

[/TD]

[/TR]

[TR]

[TD=class: cell, bgcolor: #F5F5F5, align: center]Retail Trade

[/TD]

[TD=class: cell, bgcolor: #F5F5F5, align: center]$50,898

[/TD]

[/TR]

[TR]

[TD=class: cell, bgcolor: #F5F5F5, align: center]Accommodation, Cafes and Restaurants

[/TD]

[TD=class: cell, bgcolor: #F5F5F5, align: center]$49,785

[/TD]

[/TR]

[TR]

[TD=class: cell, bgcolor: #F5F5F5, align: center]Transport and Storage

[/TD]

[TD=class: cell, bgcolor: #F5F5F5, align: center]$67,018

[/TD]

[/TR]

[TR]

[TD=class: cell, bgcolor: #F5F5F5, align: center]Communication Services

[/TD]

[TD=class: cell, bgcolor: #F5F5F5, align: center]$80,257

[/TD]

[/TR]

[TR]

[TD=class: cell, bgcolor: #F5F5F5, align: center]Finance and Insurance

[/TD]

[TD=class: cell, bgcolor: #F5F5F5, align: center]$80,480

[/TD]

[/TR]

[TR]

[TD=class: cell, bgcolor: #F5F5F5, align: center]Property and Business Services

[/TD]

[TD=class: cell, bgcolor: #F5F5F5, align: center]$63,294

[/TD]

[/TR]

[TR]

[TD=class: cell, bgcolor: #F5F5F5, align: center]Professional, Scientific and Technical Services

[/TD]

[TD=class: cell, bgcolor: #F5F5F5, align: center]$82,212

[/TD]

[/TR]

[TR]

[TD=class: cell, bgcolor: #F5F5F5, align: center]Administrative and Support Services

[/TD]

[TD=class: cell, bgcolor: #F5F5F5, align: center]$59,904

[/TD]

[/TR]

[TR]

[TD=class: cell, bgcolor: #F5F5F5, align: center]Government Administration and Safety

[/TD]

[TD=class: cell, bgcolor: #F5F5F5, align: center]$72,940

[/TD]

[/TR]

[TR]

[TD=class: cell, bgcolor: #F5F5F5, align: center]Education

[/TD]

[TD=class: cell, bgcolor: #F5F5F5, align: center]$73,154

[/TD]

[/TR]

[TR]

[TD=class: cell, bgcolor: #F5F5F5, align: center]Health and Community Services

[/TD]

[TD=class: cell, bgcolor: #F5F5F5, align: center]$65,983

[/TD]

[/TR]

[TR]

[TD=class: cell, bgcolor: #F5F5F5, align: center]Cultural and Recreational Services

[/TD]

[TD=class: cell, bgcolor: #F5F5F5, align: center]$62,509

[/TD]

[/TR]

[TR]

[TD=class: cell, bgcolor: #F5F5F5, align: center]Other Services

[/TD]

[TD=class: cell, bgcolor: #F5F5F5, align: center]$54,636

[/TD]

[/TR]

[/TABLE]

 

 

Average salary falls 3pc in face of high inflation - Telegraph

 

 

If thats the case for Australian wages, then alot of people will be doing it tough out here. You would struggle to live in Perth on these wages. The only one I see liveable is the mining wages. If it is correct that the average mortgage is over $300,000 then I worry about this place. You need to be on $100,000 to have a average lifestyle in Perth nowadays. Its so much harder to have double incomes out here as well. The distances are just not worth it whilst trying to pick the kids up and still come out at the end of the week with enough money to pay the bills.

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A good 'lifestyle/living' can be had for less - just depends how many cars and big screen tv's you want in your crap faced concrete mansion with no real garden to talk of.

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Bollocks mate, a good 'lifestyle/living' can be had for less - just depends how many cars and big screen tv's you want in your crap faced concrete mansion with no real garden to talk of.

 

We all have different standards. Just a correction - beach facing concrete mansion. Your right about the small garden. We just have a large pool. Mate.

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I put the figures on to show the average wages in Australia, obviously some are lower than others, just like here in the UK. I think most families have to have both parents working these days to have a decent quality of life, if only one parent works and i know this happens, then you will struggle in both countries, unless you earn close to £40k in the UK and $100k in Australia.

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For anyone interested.

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I found a link the other day saying the average wage in the UK was actually only £22,000 and that it hadn't risen since 2007.

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Average Australian Wage 2011 By Industry

(Full Time Ordinary Earnings)

 

[TABLE=width: 400]

[TR=class: tabletop, bgcolor: #a9db52]

[TD]Industry Sector

[/TD]

[TD]Average Annual Wage

[/TD]

[/TR]

[TR]

[TD=class: cell, bgcolor: #f5f5f5]Mining

[/TD]

[TD=class: cell, bgcolor: #f5f5f5]$113,636

[/TD]

[/TR]

[TR]

[TD=class: cell, bgcolor: #f5f5f5]Manufacturing

[/TD]

[TD=class: cell, bgcolor: #f5f5f5]$61,989

[/TD]

[/TR]

[TR]

[TD=class: cell, bgcolor: #f5f5f5]Electricity, Gas and Water Supply

[/TD]

[TD=class: cell, bgcolor: #f5f5f5]$78,432

[/TD]

[/TR]

[TR]

[TD=class: cell, bgcolor: #f5f5f5]Construction

[/TD]

[TD=class: cell, bgcolor: #f5f5f5]$71,110

[/TD]

[/TR]

[TR]

[TD=class: cell, bgcolor: #f5f5f5]Wholesale Trade

[/TD]

[TD=class: cell, bgcolor: #f5f5f5]$69,638

[/TD]

[/TR]

[TR]

[TD=class: cell, bgcolor: #f5f5f5]Retail Trade

[/TD]

[TD=class: cell, bgcolor: #f5f5f5]$50,898

[/TD]

[/TR]

[TR]

[TD=class: cell, bgcolor: #f5f5f5]Accommodation, Cafes and Restaurants

[/TD]

[TD=class: cell, bgcolor: #f5f5f5]$49,785

[/TD]

[/TR]

[TR]

[TD=class: cell, bgcolor: #f5f5f5]Transport and Storage

[/TD]

[TD=class: cell, bgcolor: #f5f5f5]$67,018

[/TD]

[/TR]

[TR]

[TD=class: cell, bgcolor: #f5f5f5]Communication Services

[/TD]

[TD=class: cell, bgcolor: #f5f5f5]$80,257

[/TD]

[/TR]

[TR]

[TD=class: cell, bgcolor: #f5f5f5]Finance and Insurance

[/TD]

[TD=class: cell, bgcolor: #f5f5f5]$80,480

[/TD]

[/TR]

[TR]

[TD=class: cell, bgcolor: #f5f5f5]Property and Business Services

[/TD]

[TD=class: cell, bgcolor: #f5f5f5]$63,294

[/TD]

[/TR]

[TR]

[TD=class: cell, bgcolor: #f5f5f5]Professional, Scientific and Technical Services

[/TD]

[TD=class: cell, bgcolor: #f5f5f5]$82,212

[/TD]

[/TR]

[TR]

[TD=class: cell, bgcolor: #f5f5f5]Administrative and Support Services

[/TD]

[TD=class: cell, bgcolor: #f5f5f5]$59,904

[/TD]

[/TR]

[TR]

[TD=class: cell, bgcolor: #f5f5f5]Government Administration and Safety

[/TD]

[TD=class: cell, bgcolor: #f5f5f5]$72,940

[/TD]

[/TR]

[TR]

[TD=class: cell, bgcolor: #f5f5f5]Education

[/TD]

[TD=class: cell, bgcolor: #f5f5f5]$73,154

[/TD]

[/TR]

[TR]

[TD=class: cell, bgcolor: #f5f5f5]Health and Community Services

[/TD]

[TD=class: cell, bgcolor: #f5f5f5]$65,983

[/TD]

[/TR]

[TR]

[TD=class: cell, bgcolor: #f5f5f5]Cultural and Recreational Services

[/TD]

[TD=class: cell, bgcolor: #f5f5f5]$62,509

[/TD]

[/TR]

[TR]

[TD=class: cell, bgcolor: #f5f5f5]Other Services

[/TD]

[TD=class: cell, bgcolor: #f5f5f5]$54,636

[/TD]

[/TR]

[/TABLE]

 

 

Average salary falls 3pc in face of high inflation - Telegraph

 

 

 

thanks for that ......much better off in the u.k


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Average Australian Wage 2011 By Industry

(Full Time Ordinary Earnings)

 

[TABLE=width: 400]

[TR=class: tabletop, bgcolor: #A9DB52]

[TD]Industry Sector[/TD]

[TD]Average Annual Wage[/TD]

[/TR]

[TR]

[TD=class: cell, bgcolor: #F5F5F5, align: center]Mining[/TD]

[TD=class: cell, bgcolor: #F5F5F5, align: center]$113,636[/TD]

[/TR]

[TR]

[TD=class: cell, bgcolor: #F5F5F5, align: center]Manufacturing[/TD]

[TD=class: cell, bgcolor: #F5F5F5, align: center]$61,989[/TD]

[/TR]

[TR]

[TD=class: cell, bgcolor: #F5F5F5, align: center]Electricity, Gas and Water Supply[/TD]

[TD=class: cell, bgcolor: #F5F5F5, align: center]$78,432[/TD]

[/TR]

[TR]

[TD=class: cell, bgcolor: #F5F5F5, align: center]Construction[/TD]

[TD=class: cell, bgcolor: #F5F5F5, align: center]$71,110[/TD]

[/TR]

[TR]

[TD=class: cell, bgcolor: #F5F5F5, align: center]Wholesale Trade[/TD]

[TD=class: cell, bgcolor: #F5F5F5, align: center]$69,638[/TD]

[/TR]

[TR]

[TD=class: cell, bgcolor: #F5F5F5, align: center]Retail Trade[/TD]

[TD=class: cell, bgcolor: #F5F5F5, align: center]$50,898[/TD]

[/TR]

[TR]

[TD=class: cell, bgcolor: #F5F5F5, align: center]Accommodation, Cafes and Restaurants[/TD]

[TD=class: cell, bgcolor: #F5F5F5, align: center]$49,785[/TD]

[/TR]

[TR]

[TD=class: cell, bgcolor: #F5F5F5, align: center]Transport and Storage[/TD]

[TD=class: cell, bgcolor: #F5F5F5, align: center]$67,018[/TD]

[/TR]

[TR]

[TD=class: cell, bgcolor: #F5F5F5, align: center]Communication Services[/TD]

[TD=class: cell, bgcolor: #F5F5F5, align: center]$80,257[/TD]

[/TR]

[TR]

[TD=class: cell, bgcolor: #F5F5F5, align: center]Finance and Insurance[/TD]

[TD=class: cell, bgcolor: #F5F5F5, align: center]$80,480[/TD]

[/TR]

[TR]

[TD=class: cell, bgcolor: #F5F5F5, align: center]Property and Business Services[/TD]

[TD=class: cell, bgcolor: #F5F5F5, align: center]$63,294[/TD]

[/TR]

[TR]

[TD=class: cell, bgcolor: #F5F5F5, align: center]Professional, Scientific and Technical Services[/TD]

[TD=class: cell, bgcolor: #F5F5F5, align: center]$82,212[/TD]

[/TR]

[TR]

[TD=class: cell, bgcolor: #F5F5F5, align: center]Administrative and Support Services[/TD]

[TD=class: cell, bgcolor: #F5F5F5, align: center]$59,904[/TD]

[/TR]

[TR]

[TD=class: cell, bgcolor: #F5F5F5, align: center]Government Administration and Safety[/TD]

[TD=class: cell, bgcolor: #F5F5F5, align: center]$72,940[/TD]

[/TR]

[TR]

[TD=class: cell, bgcolor: #F5F5F5, align: center]Education[/TD]

[TD=class: cell, bgcolor: #F5F5F5, align: center]$73,154[/TD]

[/TR]

[TR]

[TD=class: cell, bgcolor: #F5F5F5, align: center]Health and Community Services[/TD]

[TD=class: cell, bgcolor: #F5F5F5, align: center]$65,983[/TD]

[/TR]

[TR]

[TD=class: cell, bgcolor: #F5F5F5, align: center]Cultural and Recreational Services[/TD]

[TD=class: cell, bgcolor: #F5F5F5, align: center]$62,509[/TD]

[/TR]

[TR]

[TD=class: cell, bgcolor: #F5F5F5, align: center]Other Services[/TD]

[TD=class: cell, bgcolor: #F5F5F5, align: center]$54,636[/TD]

[/TR]

[/TABLE]

 

 

Average salary falls 3pc in face of high inflation - Telegraph

 

 

 

 

Just for comparison.

 

 

I have just been checking for average wages in the UK and this is all I could find, I thought the average wage was about £26,000 TBH but more importantly, it hasnt gone up in over 4 years and I think the average in Australia is about $65,000

 

 

You asked:

What's the average salary in the uk 2011?

 

 

 

 

the United KingdomThe United Kingdom's average annual salary was £22,000 in 2011.

the amount of money 22,000 UK £s.

 

 

What or who is the average annual salary in the place The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (commonly known as the United Kingdom, the UK or Britain), the sovereign state located off the north-western coast of continental Europe in the year 2011?

Analyse this question

Facts

Show reasoning

 

 

I used the following facts to provide this answer:

£22,000 has been the average annual salary in the United Kingdom since at least 2007

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WTF?!?!?!

 

That is the most confusing post I have EVER read!!! :confused:


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WTF?!?!?!

 

That is the most confusing post I have EVER read!!! :confused:

 

 

I know post 17 has confused me as well. lol

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Can everyone see it? When I copied and pasted it using my iPad I could see it, but when I posted the thread, all I can see now is a tiny blue box.

Still can't see it hoff.


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Here is a worldwide average.

 

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_countries_by_average_wage

 

Rank Country Disposable $

2011[5] Disposable $

growth[6] Compulsory

deduction[7][8] Gross $

2011[9]

1 United States 42,035 242 26.0% 54,450

2 Ireland 41,170 531 18.9% 50,764

3 Luxembourg 37,997 -1,477 28.1% 52,847

4 Switzerland 35,471 -57 29.4% 50,242

5 Australia 34,952 835 22.3% 44,983

6 United Kingdom 33,513 -1,272 25.1% 44,743

7 Canada 32,662 -648 22.7% 42,253

8 Norway 31,101 913 29.3% 43,990

9 South Korea 31,051 1,341 12.3% 35,406

10 Netherlands 29,269 -544 37.8% 47,056

11 Austria 29,008 -177 33.4% 43,555

12 Sweden 28,301 480 25.0% 37,734

13 Denmark 27,974 -335 38.6% 45,560

14 Japan 27,763 724 21.0% 35,143

15 France 27,452 93 28.0% 38,128

16 Spain 26,856 -466 21.9% 34,387

17 Finland 25,747 146 29.8% 36,676

18 Belgium 25,642 25 42.2% 44,364

19 Germany 24,174 379 39.9% 40,223

20 Italy 23,194 -562 30.8% 33,517

21 Greece 21,352 -2,039 18.8% 26,295

22 Portugal 17,170 -2,044 24.5% 22,742

23 Czech Republic 15,115 -191 23.0% 19,630

24 Slovakia 14,701 -328 22.9% 19,068

25 Poland 14,389 189 28.3% 20,069

26 Hungary 12,843 52 35.0% 19,437


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