National Living Wage applies to age 25+

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The National Living Wage does apply to workers aged 25 plus

In April 2016 the National Living Wage (NLW) became a legal minimum requirement for workers 25 years and over. Employers are legally obliged to pay their workers the following rates (These were increased on 1st April 2017 and correct from this date):

25 and over: £7.50
21 to 24: £7.05
18 to 20: £5.60
Under 18: £4.05
Apprentice: £3.50

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