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Minimum Wage 2017

The government sets a minimum amount workers must be paid for hours that they work. Here's the current rates (from April 1st 2017):

  • 25 and over: £7.50 per hour;

  • 21 to 24: £7.05 per hour;

  • 18 to 20: £5.60 per hour;

  • under 18: £4.05 per hour, and;

  • apprentice: £3.50

Anyone classed as a worker is entitled to and should get the minimum wage:

  • full-time workers;

  • part-time workers;

  • agency workers;

  • casual workers;

  • zero hours workers;

  • apprentices;

  • workers, paid by commission;

  • workers, paid by items you make;

  • home workers;

  • casual labourers;

  • trainees, or on probation;

  • disabled workers;

  • agricultural workers;

  • foreign workers;

  • seafarers, or;

  • offshore workers

You're not entitled to the minimum wage if you're:

  • self-employed (if you choose to be);

  • a volunteer (if you choose to be);

  • a company director;

  • a member of the armed forces;

  • a work experience student, and/or;

  • under school leaving age

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