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The hospitality market is vast, encompassing everything from hotels, restaurants, cruise lines to contract catering.

Our Chefs Jobs UK salary survey will provide an excellent reference for benchmarking employee salaries, or your own if you’re researching your expectations for a new position.

We’ve put together some salary checkers for permanent roles throughout the UK to outline the average salaries for various hospitality positions.

Note: All salaries are basic and do not include the full remuneration package. These may include, profit related bonus, private pension, health insurance and a company car.

At Chefs Jobs UK, we always have lots of exciting permanent roles available across the UK, if you would like to know more about them, see our jobs page or call Amy Hutcheson on 01254 355 666 today. #PermHub

Robin,CJUK Chef of the Month Winner January 2018

CJUK have been amazing, they have supported me when I’ve needed more days off to get assignments done which has took a load off my mind, they really are a great company to work for.

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