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|Statistician salaries - 48 salaries reported||£47,374/yr|
|Statistician salaries - 25 salaries reported||£35,819/yr|
|Statistician salaries - 22 salaries reported||£37,246/yr|
|Statistician salaries - 21 salaries reported||£52,984/yr|
|Statistician salaries - 18 salaries reported||£34,282/yr|
|Statistician salaries - 17 salaries reported||£47,368/yr|
|Statistician salaries - 16 salaries reported||£38,110/yr|
|Statistician salaries - 12 salaries reported||£61,373/yr|
|Statistician salaries - 11 salaries reported||£45,617/yr|
|Statistician salaries - 9 salaries reported||£40,527/yr|
|Statistician salaries - 9 salaries reported||£40,215/yr|
|Statistician salaries - 8 salaries reported||£40,017/yr|
|Statistician salaries - 8 salaries reported||£36,420/yr|
|Statistician salaries - 7 salaries reported||£46,720/yr|
|Statistician salaries - 6 salaries reported||£33,579/yr|
|Statistician salaries - 6 salaries reported||£28,474/yr|
|Statistician salaries - 6 salaries reported||£36,793/yr|
|Statistician salaries - 5 salaries reported||£42,630/yr|
|Statistician salaries - 5 salaries reported||£40,496/yr|
|Statistician salaries - 5 salaries reported||£46,607/yr|
The average salary for a Statistician is £47,173 per year in United Kingdom. Salaries estimates are based on 493 salaries submitted anonymously to Glassdoor by a Statistician employees in United Kingdom.
The highest salary for a Statistician in United Kingdom is £63,076 per year.
The lowest salary for a Statistician in United Kingdom is £35,985 per year.
Statisticians are usually paid somewhat over the average salary in the country, compared to other jobs. They can vary depending on experience and location, with the highest paid statistician jobs being based in London, Sutton, Oxford, Leeds, and Manchester. Statisticians with masters or PhDs working for governmental institutions like the Civil Service or Public Health England usually command high salaries. To increase their earnings, statisticians can move into managerial positions or work as a freelance consultant for businesses.
If you're looking to make more money as a statistician, there are several steps you can take. Pursuing postgraduate degree such as a master's or PhD in statistics will give you a head start as it will give you a competitive edge, open up higher-paying positions, and offer more opportunities for career advancement.
Consider also specialising in a particular field of statistics. By becoming an expert in a specific area, such as healthcare or finance, you may be able to justify a higher salary and open up more rewarding opportunities.
Ensure you stay up-to-date with the latest technology and software relevant to your field. This can make you more marketable to employers and demonstrate your ability to work with the latest tools and techniques.
Statistician jobs are currently in high demand. Use this to your advantage when it comes to negotiating your salary. The key to negotiation is knowing what you're worth. Research the salaries of similar positions in your area, and don't be afraid to ask for more. It's better to start high and negotiate down than the other way around.
If you don’t feel comfortable negotiating in person, you can send a [salary negotiation email](https://www.glassdoor.co.uk/blog/guide/salary-negotiation-email/) or negotiate over the phone. When negotiating, be confident and assertive. Focus on your strengths and performance. Remember, the goal is to get the highest salary possible — so don't undersell yourself.
About 68.41% of Statistician professionals feel satisfied with their salary, according to anonymous Glassdoor ratings. An additional £4,063 in potential pay per year, among other factors, can qualify the annual pay of a Statistician in United Kingdom as a good salary.
Statistician professionals in United Kingdom have a wide total pay range, between £28,526 and £83,942 depending on experience, with an estimated total pay of £47,173 following the average career path of a Statistician.