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Search Consultancy - Therapy Salaries in the United Kingdom

Salary estimated from 109 employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed in the past 36 months.
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Salary Distribution
6 salaries reported
£25.30 per hour
34 salaries reported
£30,438 per year
£23.67 per hour
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26 salaries reported
£22,699 per year
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How much does Search Consultancy - Therapy in the United Kingdom pay?
The average Search Consultancy salary ranges from approximately £22,699 per year for Therapist to £30,438 per year for Physiotherapist. Average Search Consultancy hourly pay ranges from approximately £23.67 per hour for Senior Occupational Therapist to £25.30 per hour for Occupational Therapist.
Salary information comes from 109 data points collected directly from employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed in the past 36 months.
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What people say about working at Search Consultancy
  • 3.0
    Good Work
    Good work, good money, not enough shifts work is very difficult to get. It took around 3 months after an interview to get my first shift and once the coronavirus got bad i haven’t had a shift in over a month.
    Waiter (Current Employee)
    Crawley - 19 March 2020
  • 4.0
    Work for this company during the commonwealth games in Glasgow. I loved this job very physical and long hours but great management, brilliant pay and even won a couple of awards
    Commonwealth cleaning operative (Former Employee)
    Glasgow - 29 December 2019