If you’re thinking about studying for an AAT qualification, you’re probably wondering how much you could earn afterwards. We’ve created an infographic that answers all your questions about AAT salary expectations.
It shows just how variable the AAT salary can be, depending on a range of factors. For example, you’re likely to earn a lot more the higher up the AAT qualification ladder you go, averaging just over £16,000 after AAT Level 2, and nearly £37,000 with a fellow membership.
Even where in the country you work can affect your salary. While a full member AAT salary averages £35,502 in London, you are likely to earn closer to just under £23,000 in Wales.
It’s not all about the basic AAT salary, though, and some companies offer hefty bonuses. While still part way through your AAT qualifications, you could be earning a bonus of around £875 every 2 years. This shoots up to an attractive £1843 for full members.
Whatever level of qualification you reach, AAT is internationally recognised and highly respected by employers, helping you to excel in your accountancy career. Take a look at our AAT courses, which you can study at one of our centres, or from home as a distance learning option. If you’d like to know anything about the courses we offer, our course advisor would love to hear from you – you can reach him on 01332 613688.
Take a gander at our AAT salary infographic, and don’t forget to share it with friends who might be interested.
All data in the infographic is taken from the 2013 AAT and Robert Half Salary Survey. Full survey base, methodology and results are available to download at: www.aat.org.uk/salarysurvey