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Topic: Earnings

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  • Average Weekly Earnings - Bonus Payments in Great Britain, 2013/14 29-Aug-2014
    Average Weekly Earnings (AWE) is the key National Statistics indicator of short-term earnings growth, which provides monthly estimates of the level of average weekly earnings per employee. AWE became the lead measure in January 2010, taking over from the Average Earnings Index (AEI).
  • Human Capital Estimates, 2013 20-Aug-2014
    The value of human capital for 2013, including for employed people in different age groups, and by education levels. It also shows changes in human capital values during the economic downturn.
  • Self-employed workers in the UK - 2014 20-Aug-2014
    An examination of self-employment, looking at changes over time, occupational changes, inflows and outflows, the income of the self-employed and regional and international comparisons.
  • UK Labour Market, August 2014 13-Aug-2014
    Labour market statistics (including employment, unemployment and economic inactivity) for the United Kingdom.
  • UK Labour Market, July 2014 16-Jul-2014
    Labour market statistics (including employment, unemployment and economic inactivity) for the United Kingdom.
  • UK Wages Over the Past Four Decades - 2014 03-Jul-2014
    We make use of distributional and cohort analysis to assess the impact of the recession on real earnings as well as looking at the impact of the introduction of the national minimum wage. Earnings are also considered across the regions and devolved countries of the United Kingdom

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