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|Data Analyst salaries - 206 salaries reported||£58,360/yr|
|Data Analyst salaries - 117 salaries reported||£34,030/yr|
|Data Analyst salaries - 90 salaries reported||£39,430/yr|
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|Data Analyst salaries - 86 salaries reported||£36,454/yr|
|Data Analyst salaries - 86 salaries reported||£30,347/yr|
|Data Analyst salaries - 69 salaries reported||£37,702/yr|
|Data Analyst salaries - 59 salaries reported||£46,537/yr|
|Data Analyst salaries - 59 salaries reported||£39,222/yr|
|Data Analyst salaries - 55 salaries reported||£34,001/yr|
|Data Analyst salaries - 55 salaries reported||£34,716/yr|
|Data Analyst salaries - 54 salaries reported||£43,491/yr|
|Data Analyst salaries - 53 salaries reported||£55,709/yr|
|Data Analyst salaries - 49 salaries reported||£35,115/yr|
|Data Analyst salaries - 49 salaries reported||£40,549/yr|
|Data Analyst salaries - 46 salaries reported||£29,036/yr|
|Data Analyst salaries - 45 salaries reported||£38,638/yr|
|Data Analyst salaries - 44 salaries reported||£34,672/yr|
|Data Analyst salaries - 44 salaries reported||£31,622/yr|
|Data Analyst salaries - 44 salaries reported||£38,709/yr|
The average salary for a Data Analyst is £40,324 per year in United Kingdom. Salaries estimates are based on 9999 salaries submitted anonymously to Glassdoor by a Data Analyst employees in United Kingdom.
The highest salary for a Data Analyst in United Kingdom is £51,913 per year.
The lowest salary for a Data Analyst in United Kingdom is £31,730 per year.
Data analysts are paid above average, reflecting strong demand for employees with data-related expertise. As demand for their services has grown over the past decade, data analyst salaries have increased rapidly and are likely to continue growing. Data analysts typically earn a higher salary when working in larger cities, and if they are working in the business or financial sector. Experienced data analysts can further boost their income through promotion to data scientist roles.
Boost your salary as a data analyst by honing the industry's most marketable skills. These include Structured Query Language (SQL), probability and statistics, data management, econometrics, statistical programming, querying, and Python. The more you acquire and the better you master them, the more you'll be worth to employers. As a bachelor's degree is the minimum requirement in your profession, consider obtaining a master's degree in data analysis, statistics, computer science, or a related field to stand out in the sector. Gaining certified qualifications also goes a long way in establishing your credibility and can push you into higher-paying roles, so consider becoming a Certified Analytics Professional, Cloudera Certified Associate Data Analyst, or one of over 10 other certifications.
If you're ready to boost your salary in your job as a data analyst, research what professionals earn in your local area. Compare salaries by experience, qualifications, and industry to get a good overall picture of where you stand. For example, you'll have more bargaining power in investment banking than in retail, and the more experience you gain, the more negotiating power you'll have. Knowing your market value is a vital part of the process. Once you know how much you're worth, go into your meeting requesting the pay you deserve, which generally falls within 20% above your initial offer or current salary. Set the tone by proposing the first amount, and don’t forget to factor in your full compensation package.
About 71.01% of Data Analyst professionals feel satisfied with their salary, according to anonymous Glassdoor ratings. An additional £2,709 in potential pay per year, among other factors, can qualify the annual pay of a Data Analyst in United Kingdom as a good salary.
Data Analyst professionals in United Kingdom have a wide total pay range, between £25,771 and £66,199 depending on experience, with an estimated total pay of £40,324 following the average career path of a Data Analyst.