In the following tables you can see how much money do the public employees in Northern Ireland earn. The annual pay rates are expressed in Pound sterling (£) currency. A comma is used as a thousands separator (for example one thousand = 1,000).
All salary scales for the British public employees, including your English, Welsh and Scottish colleagues, politicians, judges and soldiers, you can find under THIS link.
Pay rates in Northern Ireland 2018 – summary
- External sources
In the photo is the Parliament building, called also Stormont, in Belfast, the capital city of Northern Ireland.
Pay rate for unqualified teacher is £14,151 per annum.
Teachers get also Teaching Allowances (levels from TA1 to TA5), Special Needs Allowances (SEN1, SEN2), and Recruitment and Retention Allowances (levels 1 and 2).
Trainee (student officer) starts with £19,773 per annum. After graduation he becomes Constable and advances into the point 1, which means £23,124 per annum. If he serves well, then in every anniversary of joining the service he can advance into the next higher level, up until the point 7. Some officers get also Northern Ireland Transitional Allowance: £3,225 per annum.
- Government, Northern Ireland’s Department of Education
- Government, Northern Ireland’s Department of Health
- Irish National Teachers’ Organisation (Unions)
- National Association of Schoolmasters Union of Women Teachers (NASUWT, Unions)
- Royal College of Nursing (Unions)
- Police Service of Northern Ireland