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What's the average pay for a home carer at Glasgow City Council?
The average pay for a home carer at Glasgow City Council is between £9.98 and £16.15 per hour.
The top paying employers for care workers and assistants are North Lanarkshire Council, Helping Hands and South Lanarkshire Council.
Last updated 11 March 2023
What is the Real Living Wage?
The Real Living Wage is a voluntary rate employers can sign up to that is based on the real cost of living.
|Location||Real Living Wage|
|Rest of the UK||£10.90|
What is the legal minimum wage?
The minimum wage is the legal minimum you must be paid per hour.
|Age group||Legal minimum wage|
|23 or older||£9.50|
How we know this
Based on 24 job reviews from people who work at Glasgow City Council.
More about pay at Glasgow City Council
Who pays care workers and assistants the most?
- North Lanarkshire Council Pay £11.24–14.97 per hour
- Helping Hands Pay £10.78–12.76 per hour
- South Lanarkshire Council Pay £10.55–13.13 per hour
- Glasgow City Council Pay £9.98–16.15 per hour
- Fife Council Pay £10.08–13.19 per hour
- Apex Prime Care Pay £9.58–13.76 per hour
- City Of Edinburgh Council Pay £9.33–13.22 per hour
- NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde Pay £10.29–12.68 per hour
- Local Government Association Pay £9.92–15.00 per hour
- Newcross Healthcare Pay £9.23–13.00 per hour
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What are care workers and assistants saying about pay at Glasgow City Council?
Colleagues are great, really supportive great friends
Working alongside children who are fantastic and look up to you
Old processes which are unclear and involve loads of paperwork. Training is not great, only covers the surface and not much support available. Pay is poor and no progressive opportunities
Glasgow City Council Administrator, March 2022
Helping people stay at home and caring for them
Extra tasks to do and not getting proper pay for what I do
Glasgow City Council Home carer, April 2021
The team I work in and the fact I work term time which suits for people with children.
Glasgow City Council Employee, April 2021
Suit myself on jobs, a lot of freedom, good pay.
No job progression, poor management.
Glasgow City Council Employee, March 2021
Job security is the biggest plus working for a local authority
Public sector pay freeze for 8 of the last 10 years
Glasgow City Council Bricklayer, January 2021