How Much do London Taxi Drivers Earn?
How much does a London cabbie earn? Driving for a good operator means you can easily earn the London living wage (£11.05 an hour) or more.
Working as a London taxi driver and minicab driver gives you the flexibility to set your own hours – but how much can you expect to earn during your time on the road? Here’s what you could potentially earn as a taxi driver in London, according to top job sites.
How Much do London Taxi Drivers Make?
Indeed and Talent.com have calculated the average base salary for London taxi drivers as follows:
How does this compare to the current living wage for Londoners, and those in the greater United Kingdom?
The good news is, the average hourly earnings for a London taxi driver are currently significantly higher than the London living wage.
|UK Living Wage|
Outside of London
|£11.05 per hour||£9.90 per hour||Up to £20 per hour|
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