Electricians earn an average salary of £28,950 or £13.59 per hour, with bonus and profit-sharing up to £991 and £2,000 respectively.
Pay by Experience Level for Electricians
The entry-level, years of experience and the average salary for Electricians are as follow:
Entry-level Electricians with less than one year experience earn £10.09 (bonus, overtime pay, and tips are included).
Early-career Electricians with 1-4 years of experience can expect to earn £11.97.
Mid-career Electricians with 5-9 years of experience will pocket £13.77.
Experienced Electricians with 10-19 years of experience will make £14.73.
Late career Electricians with more than twenty years experience can look forward to a total average of £15 compensation.
Essential Skills for Electricians
Maintenance, Commercial, Residential, System Testing, and Electronic Equipment Installation are some of the most popular skills for Electricians.
How Become an Electrician?
If you are looking to progress as an electrician in the United Kingdom, then there is much that you will need to do before you can take the electrician examination.
Since electricians work on behalf of customers, they need to have the required skills and knowledge in order to carry out work safely and professionally.
A good electrician will need to be able to identify problems and devices safely, advise customers on the best use of appliances and facilities, show respect to people, materials, and equipment, see customers to a fault, work efficiently in a variety of situations and use the latest information and skills to help customers.
What Do Electricians Do?
An Electrician will be responsible for the installation of electrical installations (wall outlets, electrical conduits, cables, etc.), as well as an increased level of maintenance to ensure their long-term running health, safety, and efficiency. In addition to these duties, Electricians will be expected to provide specialist expertise in a range of areas, in order to complete a particular task.