Comparing Aug ‘19 to Sept ‘19, the East Midlands has increased the most, but only by £115 to £30,424. London and Yorkshire & Humber have also seen minor increases.
All other regions have seen a decrease in average advertised salaries, with Wales seeing the most dramatic decrease this month of over £1400.
Scotland which saw the largest increase in August, sees the second highest decrease in September, by £952, falling from £31,849 to £30,897.
Abi Bradshaw, marketing executive at Allthetopbananas.com said: “There have been changes in offered salaries around the country but not like we’ve seen in previous months. The changes haven’t been as big and maybe this is a reflection of a sense of waiting to see what happens with Brexit”.