It pays to work in a hairdressers’ shop in a major country.
In the UK, the average pay for a hairdressing salon worker is £32,000 a year, with the national average salary at £35,000.
But the Irish Times recently found the average salary in Ireland is lower, at just under £24,000, with a national average of £27,600.
This means that a hairstylist can earn a maximum of £28,500.
The UK is by far the most expensive of the countries, with an average of nearly £34,000 per year.
The Irish Times has compiled the most interesting statistics from around the world, to get a better idea of what it takes to earn your living in the Hairdressers Association.1.
The average number of hours a haircut takes in England, Wales, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Northern Ireland alone.
Source: The Irish Press, The Irish Daily Mail2.
The number of people working in hairdressering in the UK.
Source : The Irish Express3.
The percentage of workers who earn more than £30,000 in their profession.
Source The Irish Express4.
The top ten professions for hairdressercutters in the United Kingdom.
Source The Irish Mirror5.
The highest earning countries in the world for the average amount of hours they work.
Source Business Insider6.
The most expensive countries in Europe for the amount of time they work, with £1,079.83 per hour.
Source The Irish Mirror7.
The 10 countries with the highest pay for hairstylists in the whole world.
Source This is the most recent report from the International Trade Union Confederation.
The I.T.UC says it supports the rights of workers and says the current economic crisis has left many workers unable to make ends meet.
The ITUC says the number of workers has fallen from over 30 million in 2009 to just under 18 million today, with almost 20 per cent of all jobs in the economy being lost.
The union says this is a result of the global financial crisis and the loss of jobs to China and other developing economies.
It says that the average wage in the country is still only $35,200 a year.