Salaries for warehouse workers up 3.3%

Salaries for warehouse workers up 3.3%

Salaries for UK warehouse workers in May were up by 3.3% compared to last year, according to a new report from recruitment company Blue Arrow. In the transport and logistics sector, added Blue Arrow, the industry average salary was up by 0.9% and the only area in which salaries have dropped from May 2016 is that of Class 1 Drivers, by 2%. The biggest increase in salary was for fork lift drivers at 6.5%.

“This indicates that despite a stormy political forecast, the future looks bright for transport and logistics,” said Blue Arrow.

 

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