Salary is so dependent on experience, and the type of contract you are offered. Totaljobs found that in a sample size of 7,745 people the average salary for hospitality workers in the UK is £25,000.
But which jobs are offering that?
According to Totaljobs the average salary for hospitality jobs in Glasgow is £23,000, but can range from £19,000-32,500.
Here is a snapshot of some of the most popular jobs available in Glasgow today (Wednesday):
1. - £30,000-40,000 per year, Bar and Restaurant ManagerNewtonFirst has posted a vacancy on behalf of a client that is offering a permanent managerial contract.
2. - £20,500-25,500 per year, Waiting StaffBrowns Brasserie & Bar is looking for a permanent employee to cover 25-45 hours a year, offering exciting development and career progression opportunities.
3. - £19,085-22,963 per year, Bartender and ServerSanta Lucia is offering a vacancy that exclusively includes day shifts, and a company pension.
4. - £16,000-22,000 per year, Waiting StaffThe Buttery is looking for a candidate with experience working in a similar position, offering good work/life balance with three days off per week.
5. - £10-14 per hour, Front of House StaffAtlantic Brasserie on St Vincent Place is looking for some to join their team on a full time contract.
6. - £10.50 per hour, Bar and Waiting StaffKerr Pubs Ltd has multiple contracts available with both full-time and part-time hours.
7. - £10 per hour, Bar StaffThe Avalon is newly opened and has multiple full time and part time vacancies available. They also guarantee Christmas Day and Hogmanay off.
8. - £10 per hour, Bar StaffMonteith’s Bar & Bistro. This family run business located in the Southside of Glasgow is looking for a full time permanent worker to add to their team.
9. - £9-12 per hour, Boba Tea BaristaXing Fu Tang currently has a full time vacancy to join their passionate team.
10. - £9-11 per hour, Bar StaffMarmalade Skies is offering part time hours or as many as you want, depending on how busy they are.
This is just a handful of the positions available at the moment that are paying above the minimum wage. However, the national living wage changes every year.
It was reported on October 6th that prime minister Boris Johnson will increase the minimum wage to £9.42 in the coming weeks.