What Is the Joiners Rate?

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Jo6iners in the UK are paid an average of £10 to £15 per hour if they are employed in the manufacturing industry. However, this rate can differ if you are a freelance joiner where you can charge your own price depending on what you think you are worth. Also, if you are a freelance joiner it is advisable to start at a lower rate to attract customers and build a customer base after which you can increase your rate.
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Salaries can range from £17000 to £26000 a year for qualified carpenter/joiners. Overtime and shift allowances will supplement income.
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The average pay for a joiner as of September 2009 was £29,090, even though this salary is either higher or slightly lower depending on the region you are working in, when you
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