Nurses are a growing and diverse group of doctors in the NHS, with an average pay of £7,300 in 2015.
But the NHS pay scale has changed over the years, as nurses’ wages have been gradually reduced in line with inflation.
This infographic shows the scale of the NHS in 2016, how much nurses earn and how many NHS workers are paid in this year’s NHS pay.
It also explains why there are a lot of NHS nurses in a few hospitals.
It’s a bit of a headache.
Here’s how to work out the difference in pay between the NHS and private sector.
This chart shows how the average pay is changing between 2010 and 2015.
You can see how the pay scales have shifted over time.
This is also the reason why many NHS hospitals have fewer nurses, because they can’t afford to pay nurses as much as they used to.
And this is one of the reasons why NHS hospitals are so expensive, because the salaries of their nurses are higher.
There’s more to nurses than salaries Nursing salaries are not fixed across the NHS.
A nurse is paid in different ways across the UK, depending on the role they perform.
These include: Teaching nurses, which pay £7.70 per hour in the Department of Health;