Electrician Salary 2017

The average (mean) Electrician (electricians and electrical fitters) full time annual salary in the UK is £31,648 and the median £30,765 for part time employees this drops to a mean of £18,949.

For men the mean full time salary of £32,446 is 1% higher than the full time mean for women £31,994.

This is calculated on the basis of different levels of Electrician jobs in the UK and is based on the provisional ONS dataset (Occupation (4 digit SOC) – ASHE: Table 14) which was released on 26 October 2016.

Usually, the starting salary is around £14,000-£19,000 for an entry level, graduate or junior electrician. However, this salary scale can be around £30,000 – £37,000 for a senior electrician . For more accurate information on electrician salaries, please simple make a job search; as the job posts in the UK usually state the salaries.

Besides, the salaries can be considerably higher and vary a lot in cities like London, Brighton, Birmingham, Manchester, Edinburgh. It is also a fact that your salary will depend whether you are an offshore, auto, rig, maintenance or self employed electrician.