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The NHS is the UK’s publicly funded medical and healthcare provider.

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Pay ranges

  1. £23.0k–39.9k per year

  2. £9.00–10.89 per hour

  3. £8.72–10.50 per hour

  4. £9.20–10.96 per hour

  5. £12.0k–24.8k per year

  6. £22.2k–42.7k per year

  7. £34.2k–51.5k per year

  8. £24.0k–41.4k per year

  9. £17.6k–24.1k per year

  10. £9.00–10.53 per hour

  11. £24.5k–44.0k per year

  12. £19.1k–26.6k per year

  13. £24.7k–39.0k per year

  14. £15.2k–38.4k per year

  15. £23.0k–37.3k per year

  16. £9.06–10.82 per hour

  17. £9.04–10.92 per hour

  18. £21.3k–42.7k per year

  19. £8.72–10.91 per hour

  20. £30.0k–60.6k per year

  21. £18.3k–30.0k per year

  22. £9.25–12.80 per hour

  23. £9.00–10.26 per hour

  24. £9.00–9.89 per hour

  25. £39.7k–51.0k per year

  26. £18.8k–25.0k per year

  27. £22.8k–37.0k per year

  28. £8.90–11.74 per hour

  29. £18.4k–22.3k per year

  30. £9.24–10.19 per hour

  31. £9.14–10.79 per hour

  32. £28.0k–39.3k per year

  33. £24.9k–46.0k per year

  34. £9.8k–24.8k per year

  35. £22.8k–34.2k per year

  36. £24.1k–44.0k per year

  37. £17.7k–25.0k per year

  38. £13.8k–21.1k per year

  39. £9.02–10.37 per hour

  40. £24.0k–41.8k per year

Featured NHS job reviews

  • Best thing

    The team and the sense that you are doing something for the good of the population and helping people with medical requirements

    Worst thing

    The low pay, long hours, lack of extra overtime available because management want to keep admin hours low so they don’t have to pay out any extra even though there’s the possibility that things would be missed or things delayed. The lack of thanks that we get on a regular basis too, even just a thank you from the managers and doctors would be nice

    4.9

    Administrator, January 2021

    • £8.73 per hour
    • 25 or older
    • Less than a year experience
  • Best thing

    Very satisfying work. Good job if you like people. Well resourced. Good company ethos. Enormous camaraderie...even internationally!

    Worst thing

    Exorbitant paperwork. Low staff numbers that are deemed safe. Learning highly skilled jobs but not being financially rewarded for taking on extended role. Stress. Physically very demanding. Diminishes own health (working nights, going without meals, drinking too little). Genuine risk to your own health...e.g. TB, COVID etc

    7.2

    Nurse, December 2020

    • £26,000 per year, working a 35 hour week
    • 25 or older
    • More than 3 years experience
  • Best thing

    I enjoy helping and caring for most people that are in my care, my colleagues are a great inspiration to me on stressful shifts

    Worst thing

    Having rude, demanding patients with no right to reply, having far to heavy workload for the staffing levels at times with higher management, in my opinion, having little understanding of what really happens on the Shop floor, and no hope of a pay rise for such a stressful job especially in these unprecedented times!

    5.8

    Healthcare assistant, November 2020

    • £9.88 per hour
    • 25 or older
    • More than 3 years experience

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NHS ranks joint 11th to work for in healthcare

  1. 9= Mitie
    6.4
  2. 11= NHS
    6.3
  3. 11= Nuffield Health
    6.3