Average Full-time (Median) Weekly Resident Earnings

Earnings can be measured in two broad ways, through the earnings of residents where they live and secondly through the earnings where people work. Resident earnings reflect the average earnings where people live and are indicative of the quality of skills available within districts. Generally where workplace earnings are low the residents with higher skills and qualifications will be more inclined to travel further to work.

Source: ONS Annual Survey of Hours and Earnings - Resident Analysis 2012

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Devon 416.2 428.8 431.3 434.5 443.4
Plymouth 434.9 446.3 458.7 440.3 454.4
Torbay 368.5 375.3 371.8 412.9 407.9
Somerset 435.0 456.1 469.8 461.5 463.9
UK 479.1 488.5 498.5 498.3 505.9
East Devon 433.4 435.5 440.7 441.0 449.8
Exeter 401.2 421.4 440.8 454.1 443.1
Mid Devon 398.8 419.0 424.6 421.0 441.1
North Devon 351.1 367.0 389.0 396.1 405.2
South Hams 517.5 515.5 479.3 514.4 487.7
Teignbridge 426.1 453.2 449.0 434.0 454.1
Torridge 409.7 377.1 394.9 379.6 393.5
West Devon 404.6 445.0 417.6 441.1 490.8