Apologies if this is a daft question - the whole pension thing is mind boggling! I understand that the average salary is calculated by the best 3 consecutive years in the last 10, but is that the same for part-time workers? Is the same time span used? The reason for my question is that as of Sept 18, I reduced my hours to 0.6 after previously working full-time for 20 years. Therefore I am considering the impact on my Final Salary Pension part and what action I may or may not need to take. Therefore, how do I calculate my average salary based on 0.6, is it still best 3 in 10 or is it the equivalent time? Thanks.