From 1st October 2016 the changes to the national minimum wages are:
Workers aged 21 to 24 will rise to £6.95 an hour.
Workers aged 18 to 20 (the development rate) will rise to £5.55 an hour.
The minimum wage for non-apprentices aged under 18 but above compulsory school age will rise to £4.00 an hour.
The minimum wage for those undertaking apprenticeships will rise to £3.40 an hour.
There are no changes to the current rate of the National Living Wage (paid to employees aged 25 and over), which came into force back in April, this will remain at £7.20 per hour.