Early years organisations fear increase in national living wage will put pressure on settings

Olivia Rook
Tuesday, October 1, 2019

The wage will increase to £10.50 and be available to those aged 21 and over, according to plans outlined by the chancellor.

Those who are 25 and over are currently paid £8.21 an hour. For those aged between 21 and 24, the pay is £7.70.
Those who are 25 and over are currently paid £8.21 an hour. For those aged between 21 and 24, the pay is £7.70.

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