Comparing Jan ‘20 to Dec ‘19, shows East Anglia to have increased the most, by £3,213, rising from £29,995 to an impressive £33,208.
Scotland, East Midlands and Yorkshire & Humber have also seen rises by a slightly more modest £1300.
Going the other way, the North East and London both saw decreases in average advertised salaries, with the North East seeing the most, a drop of more than £3,000.
All other regions have seen an increase in salaries, ranging from just over £100 to nearly £1,000.
Abi Bradshaw, marketing executive at Allthetopbananas.com said: “The latest salaries on offer reveal a very drastic start to the year. We’ve seen huge increases and decreases across the UK, but most importantly showing East Anglia to be a great place to be right now. We’re hoping to see if next month can bring increases to all areas across the map!”
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- Scotland - Increase of £1399
- North West - Increase of £997
- West Midlands - Increase of £822
- Wales - Increase of £421
- South West - Increase of £628
- South East - Increase of £161
- London - Decrease of £486
- East Anglia - Increase of £3213
- East Midlands - Increase of £1299
- Yorkshire & Humber - Increase of £1260
- North East - Decrease of £3239