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http://www.nhscareers.nhs.uk/nhs-kno...data/4795.html
what does Grades A-H mean?? is that the salary according to no. of hours??
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http://www.nhscareers.nhs.uk/nhs-kno...data/4795.html
what does Grades A-H mean?? is that the salary according to no. of hours??
er, no...

it just reflects your experience and skills - you'd expect someone with 10 years experience behind them to earn more than a fresh graduate wouldn't you?
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Yep you'll start off on Grade A probably and then depending on quality of work and experience you'll get promoted to a higher grade.
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