OXFORD has been named as one of the worst cities to live for those working in minimum wage jobs.

Coupon website MyVoucherCodes said those on minimum wage take £16,0009.50 away a year working 37.5-hour weeks.

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The firm has taken this figured and compared it the various living factors such as average rent for a one-bed home, food shop, transport, utility bills, and council tax.

It revealed that Oxford is among the top five worst places to live on minimum wage with an average cost of living at £18,181.83.

It came third behind London at £28,090.16 and St Albans at £18,757.04.