BIRKENHEAD has been ranked as the fourth worst place to make a living in the UK.

The data, complied from research by TotallyMoney, looks at the median monthly take-home salary, average monthly mortgage repayments, cost of living, unemployment levels and job growth to rank a total of 59 locations from best place to earn a living to worst.

People in Birkenhead were registered with the lowest monthly median salary at around £428.

Business closures per 10,000 population were ranked at 34.71% and the average mortgage repayment was £905.

The employment rate was 71%.

After analysing these figures, TotallyMoney placed Birkenhead as the fourth worst place to make a living in the UK and the worst in the North West.

The best place to earn a living in the UK was Crawley which also registered the highest employment rate at 87%. 

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