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Average Weekly Earnings

This table shows the average weekly earnings in 2014. Bottom of the list was Huddersfield at £394 per week. Top of the list, unsurprisingly perhaps, was London, with workers enjoying an average wage packet of £676 per week.

CITY AVERAGE WEEKLY EARNINGS
Aberdeen£625
Aldershot£593
Barnsley£453
Birkenhead£424
Birmingham£461
Blackburn£458
Blackpool£468
Bolton£398
Bournemouth£462
Bradford£446
Brighton£447
Bristol£497
Burnley£427
Cambridge£546
Cardiff£480
Chatham£453
Coventry£518
Crawley£599
Derby£596
Doncaster£438
Dundee£498
Edinburgh£554
Glasgow£498
Gloucester£488
Grimsby£428
Hastings£414
Huddersfield£394
Hull£430
Ipswich£444
Leeds£489
Leicester£459
Liverpool£496
London£676
Luton£502
Manchester£489
Mansfield£432
Middlesbrough£438
Milton Keynes£577
Newcastle£467
Newport£437
Northampton£478
Norwich£421
Nottingham£457
Oxford£555
Peterborough£480
Plymouth£462
Portsmouth£507
Preston£432
Reading£621
Rochdale£413
Sheffield£445
Southampton£500
Southend£400
Stoke£486
Sunderland£450
Swansea£427
Swindon£505
Telford£451
UK£501
Wakefield£448
Warrington£488
Wigan£401
Worthing£451
York£447
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