Average pay falls back to February 2006 levels as jobs market holds steady

  The latest fall in real pay means that average earnings are no higher than they were back in February 2006, the Resolution Foundation said in response to October’s labour market figures. Real earnings fell by -0.4 per cent in the three months to August. However, with the rate of inflation having increased since then the...

Thursday, 19 October 2017

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Average pay falls back to February 2006 levels as jobs market holds steady
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