Geologist Salary Information

Geologist salary information, income percentile, mortgage affordability and more.


How much does a geologist earn?

Annual salaries range from £20,760 to £101,064. Below is the full range of pay both before and after tax:

Pre-tax £20,760
(£1,730 p/mth)
(£2,984 p/mth)
(£8,422 p/mth)
Pre-tax Income Percentile 40th 74th 97th
Post-tax £17,652
(£1,471 p/mth)
(£2,324 p/mth)
(£5,578 p/mth)
Post-tax Income Percentile 35th 68th 96th
Percentage Tax Deduction 15% 22% 34%

Because geologists have many practical responsibilities, as well as theoretical and scientific obligations, in-depth knowledge in a variety of fields is important in this position. In general, a bachelor's degree in geology is required and knowledge of mathematics, geology, chemistry and physics is also required.

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Below are the range of mortgages typically affordable for a single applicant geologist:

average gross salary£20,764£35,808£101,064
max mortgage£93,438£161,136£454,788
deposit paid£10,382£17,904£50,532
max purchase price£103,820£179,040£505,320
mortgage repayment p.mth (2.5%|25yr)£424£731£2,063

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