The data was published as part of the annual Survey of Horus and Earnings, with the lowest paid role earning an average salary of less than £17,000 per year. These 10 jobs are ranked as the lowest paid roles in the UK - how does your wage compare?
5. Cooks, £17,841
Cooks and chefs ranked as the fifth lowest paid, with an average salary of £17,841 a year. The kitchen workers also saw a decrease in their average income from 2019 with a drop of 1.2 per cent.
6. Unqualified in the service industry, £18,115
Service industry workers without qualifications are earning an average salary of £18,115. Workers within this sector saw a hefty increase in their average income, with a 9.1 per cent increase on their 2019 salaries.
7. Launderers, dry cleaners and pressers, £18,171
Workers in launderettes and dry cleaners featured at number seven, with an average yearly salary of £18,171. However, they saw an increase of 6.6 per cent on the average 2019 salary. This could be down to increased use throughout the pandemic.
8. Waiters and waitresses, £18,321
Workers in the hospitality industry earn just under £20,000 a year, with an average salary of £18,321. This marks a sizable increase from 2019, with a rise of 12.6 per cent.