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Check out what's happening to the work - job market trends

Using job information when planning your career and job search can help you make the right choice for you

Below is some tools and graphs that might help, it includes information about pay and qualifications and what's happening with jobs.

Careerometer

Careerometer lets you search and compare jobs - just 'clear the card' to keep searching and selecting

Qualifications have a big effect on pay

Usually the higher your qualifications, the more you're paid

The 'pay and qualifications graph' below shows ...

... the average gross weekly pay of full-time employees aged between 16 and 64 by highest qualification held as researched in Quarter 1, January to March 2018 in England

Pay and qualifications graph 2018

Pay and qualifications graph

  • Level 4 and above = for example, higher national certicate or diploma, foundation degree or degree
  • Level 3 = A level or BTEC National Diploma
  • Level 2 = 4 GCSEs grade 9 to 4 or A* to C or BTEC First

Source: Labour Force Survey 2018

Note: the graph above does not include earnings from any additional part-time jobs/work employees may have

Also check out the job trends in Islington