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Human Capital Estimates - 2013
Looks at 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
Coverage: UK
Geographic breakdown: UK and GB
20 Aug 14 Release
Human Capital Estimates, 2013
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.
Coverage: UK
Geographic breakdown: UK and GB
20 Aug 14 Article
What is human capital?
Infographic explaining what human capital is, how it changed over the economic downturn and how it differs by age, gender and qualifications held.
Coverage: UK
Geographic breakdown: UK and GB
20 Aug 14 Summary
Self-employed workers in the UK - 2014
The characteristics of self-employed workers in April to June 2014. For example it looks at the hours worked, age and occupation of self-employed workers.
Coverage: UK
Geographic breakdown: Local Authority, Region, UK, UK and GB
20 Aug 14 Release
Self-employed workers in the UK - 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.
Coverage: UK
Geographic breakdown: Local Authority
20 Aug 14 Report
Self-employed workers in the UK - 2014 (Excel sheet 194Kb)
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.
Coverage: International
Geographic breakdown: GB, Local Authority, UK
20 Aug 14 Reference table
Human Capital Estimates - 2013 (Excel sheet 98Kb)
The total value of Human Capital between 2004 and 2013, breakdowns by gender, age and highest qualification, revisions and sensitivity analysis
Coverage: UK
Geographic breakdown: UK and GB
20 Aug 14 Reference table
Labour Market Statistics - August 2014
Employment, unemployment, economic inactivity, claimant count, average earnings, vacancies and labour disputes statistics.
Coverage: UK
Geographic breakdown: UK and GB
13 Aug 14 Release
UK Labour Market, August 2014
Labour market statistics (including employment, unemployment and economic inactivity) for the United Kingdom.
Coverage: UK
Geographic breakdown: UK
13 Aug 14 Statistical bulletin
Time Series Dataset: Average Weekly Earnings
Average Weekly Earnings (AWE) series. The AWE is the ONS's headline measure of short-term earnings growth. The data is derived from the Monthly Wages & Salaries Survey, a survey of employers.
Coverage: GB
Geographic breakdown: GB
13 Aug 14 Dataset
A01: Summary of labour market statistics. Date of Publication:13 August 2014. Date of Next Publication:17 September 2014. (Excel sheet 6890Kb)
Labour market statistics summary data tables. This document contains the tables which appear in the pdf version of the Labour Market Statistical Bulletin.
Coverage: UK
Geographic breakdown: UK and GB
13 Aug 14 Reference table
EARN04: Gross weekly earnings of full-time employees. Date of Publication:13 August 2014. Date of Next Publication:12 November 2014. (Excel sheet 124Kb)
Gross weekly earnings of full-time employees (Labour Force Survey). This table is usually updated four times a year in February, May, August and November. This spreadsheet has been set up in printer-friendly format showing data for the last two years, with historic data appearing in hidden rows. The spreadsheet has macro buttons to unhide the rows to enable users to view the entire time series. If the macros do not work this is probably due to the security settings on your computer. You can either change the security settings or unhide the rows manually.
Coverage: UK
Geographic breakdown: UK
13 Aug 14 Reference table
EARN03: Average weekly earnings by industry. Date of Publication:13 August 2014. Date of Next Publication:17 September 2014. (Excel sheet 589Kb)
Average weekly earnings by industry (Monthly Wages and Salaries Survey).
Coverage: GB
Geographic breakdown: GB
13 Aug 14 Reference table
EARN02: Average Weekly Earnings by sector. Date of Publication:13 August 2014. Date of Next Publication:17 September 2014. (Excel sheet 522Kb)
Average weekly earnings by sector (Monthly Wages & Salaries Survey).
Coverage: GB
Geographic breakdown: GB
13 Aug 14 Reference table
EARN08: Distribution of gross hourly earnings of employees. Date of Publication:13 August 2014. Date of Next Publication:12 November 2014. (Excel sheet 283Kb)
Distribution of gross hourly earnings of employees (Labour Force Survey). This table is usually updated four times a year in February, May, August and November. This spreadsheet has been set up in printer-friendly format showing data for the last two years, with historic data appearing in hidden rows. The spreadsheet has macro buttons to unhide the rows to enable users to view the entire time series. If the macros do not work this is probably due to the security settings on your computer. You can either change the security settings or unhide the rows manually.
Coverage: UK
Geographic breakdown: UK
13 Aug 14 Reference table
EARN01: Average Weekly Earnings. Date of Publication:13 August 2014. Date of Next Publication:17 September 2014. (Excel sheet 480Kb)
Average Weekly Earnings (AWE), seasonally adjusted. This spreadsheet includes the headline estimates of earnings growth based on the Monthly Wages and Salaries Survey.
Coverage: GB
Geographic breakdown: GB
13 Aug 14 Reference table
EARN06: Gross weekly earnings by occupation. Date of Publication:13 August 2014. Date of Next Publication:12 November 2014. (Excel sheet 197Kb)
Gross weekly earnings by occupation (Labour Force Survey). This table is usually updated four times a year in February, May, August and November. This spreadsheet has been set up in printer-friendly format showing data for the last two years, with historic data appearing in hidden rows. The spreadsheet has macro buttons to unhide the rows to enable users to view the entire time series. If the macros do not work this is probably due to the security settings on your computer. You can either change the security settings or unhide the rows manually.
Coverage: UK
Geographic breakdown: UK
13 Aug 14 Reference table
EARN07: Gross weekly earnings by industry. Date of Publication:13 August 2014. Date of Next Publication:12 November 2014. (Excel sheet 287Kb)
Gross weekly earnings by industry (Labour Force Survey). This table is usually updated four times a year in February, May, August and November. This spreadsheet has been set up in printer-friendly format showing data for the last two years, with historic data appearing in hidden rows. The spreadsheet has macro buttons to unhide the rows to enable users to view the entire time series. If the macros do not work this is probably due to the security settings on your computer. You can either change the security settings or unhide the rows manually.
Coverage: UK
Geographic breakdown: UK
13 Aug 14 Reference table
EARN05: Gross weekly earnings of full-time employees by region. Date of Publication:13 August 2014. Date of Next Publication:12 November 2014. (Excel sheet 145Kb)
Gross weekly earnings of full-time employees by region (Labour Force Survey). This table is usually updated four times a year in February, May, August and November. This spreadsheet has been set up in printer-friendly format showing data for the last two years, with historic data appearing in hidden rows. The spreadsheet has macro buttons to unhide the rows to enable users to view the entire time series. If the macros do not work this is probably due to the security settings on your computer. You can either change the security settings or unhide the rows manually.
Coverage: UK
Geographic breakdown: UK
13 Aug 14 Reference table
Time Series Dataset: Labour Market Statistics
Labour Market Statistics data series. All of the series in this dataset are available in spreadsheet format from the labour market data tables. In this dataset Labour Force Survey (LFS) estimates are shown for the mid-month of the three-month average time periods. For example, estimates for January to March 2014 are shown as "February 2014", estimates for February to April 2014 are shown as "March 2014", etc.
Coverage: UK
Geographic breakdown: UK and GB
13 Aug 14 Dataset
Labour Market Statistics - July 2014
Employment, unemployment, economic inactivity, claimant count, average earnings, labour productivity, vacancies and labour disputes statistics.
Coverage: UK
Geographic breakdown: UK
16 Jul 14 Release
UK Labour Market, July 2014
Labour market statistics (including employment, unemployment and economic inactivity) for the United Kingdom.
Coverage: UK
Geographic breakdown: UK
16 Jul 14 Statistical bulletin
EARN01: Average Weekly Earnings. Date of Publication:16 July 2014. Date of Next Publication:13 August 2014. (Excel sheet 478Kb)
Average Weekly Earnings (AWE), seasonally adjusted. This spreadsheet includes the headline estimates of earnings growth based on the Monthly Wages and Salaries Survey.
Coverage: GB
Geographic breakdown: GB
16 Jul 14 Reference table
A01: Summary of labour market statistics. Date of Publication:16 July 2014. Date of Next Publication:13 August 2014. (Excel sheet 6822Kb)
Labour market statistics summary data tables. This document contains the tables which appear in the pdf version of the Labour Market Statistical Bulletin.
Coverage: UK
Geographic breakdown: UK and GB
16 Jul 14 Reference table
EARN05: Gross weekly earnings of full-time employees by region. Date of Publication:14 May 2014. Date of Next Publication:13 August 2014. (Excel sheet 144Kb)
Gross weekly earnings of full-time employees by region (Labour Force Survey). This table is usually updated four times a year in February, May, August and November. This spreadsheet has been set up in printer-friendly format showing data for the last two years, with historic data appearing in hidden rows. The spreadsheet has macro buttons to unhide the rows to enable users to view the entire time series. If the macros do not work this is probably due to the security settings on your computer. You can either change the security settings or unhide the rows manually.
Coverage: UK
Geographic breakdown: UK
16 Jul 14 Reference table
EARN03: Average weekly earnings by industry. Date of Publication:16 July 2014. Date of Next Publication:13 August 2014. (Excel sheet 587Kb)
Average weekly earnings by industry (Monthly Wages and Salaries Survey).
Coverage: GB
Geographic breakdown: GB
16 Jul 14 Reference table
EARN04: Gross weekly earnings of full-time employees. Date of Publication:14 May 2014. Date of Next Publication:13 August 2014. (Excel sheet 124Kb)
Gross weekly earnings of full-time employees (Labour Force Survey). This table is usually updated four times a year in February, May, August and November. This spreadsheet has been set up in printer-friendly format showing data for the last two years, with historic data appearing in hidden rows. The spreadsheet has macro buttons to unhide the rows to enable users to view the entire time series. If the macros do not work this is probably due to the security settings on your computer. You can either change the security settings or unhide the rows manually.
Coverage: UK
Geographic breakdown: UK
16 Jul 14 Reference table
EARN07: Gross weekly earnings by industry. Date of Publication:14 May 2014. Date of Next Publication:13 August 2014. (Excel sheet 285Kb)
Gross weekly earnings by industry (Labour Force Survey). This table is usually updated four times a year in February, May, August and November. This spreadsheet has been set up in printer-friendly format showing data for the last two years, with historic data appearing in hidden rows. The spreadsheet has macro buttons to unhide the rows to enable users to view the entire time series. If the macros do not work this is probably due to the security settings on your computer. You can either change the security settings or unhide the rows manually.
Coverage: UK
Geographic breakdown: UK
16 Jul 14 Reference table
EARN08: Distribution of gross hourly earnings of employees. Date of Publication:14 May 2014. Date of Next Publication:13 August 2014. (Excel sheet 282Kb)
Distribution of gross hourly earnings of employees (Labour Force Survey). This table is usually updated four times a year in February, May, August and November. This spreadsheet has been set up in printer-friendly format showing data for the last two years, with historic data appearing in hidden rows. The spreadsheet has macro buttons to unhide the rows to enable users to view the entire time series. If the macros do not work this is probably due to the security settings on your computer. You can either change the security settings or unhide the rows manually.
Coverage: UK
Geographic breakdown: UK
16 Jul 14 Reference table
EARN02: Average Weekly Earnings by sector. Date of Publication:16 July 2014. Date of Next Publication:13 August 2014. (Excel sheet 527Kb)
Average weekly earnings by sector (Monthly Wages & Salaries Survey).
Coverage: GB
Geographic breakdown: GB
16 Jul 14 Reference table
EARN06: Gross weekly earnings by occupation. Date of Publication:14 May 2014. Date of Next Publication:13 August 2014. (Excel sheet 195Kb)
Gross weekly earnings by occupation (Labour Force Survey). This table is usually updated four times a year in February, May, August and November. This spreadsheet has been set up in printer-friendly format showing data for the last two years, with historic data appearing in hidden rows. The spreadsheet has macro buttons to unhide the rows to enable users to view the entire time series. If the macros do not work this is probably due to the security settings on your computer. You can either change the security settings or unhide the rows manually.
Coverage: UK
Geographic breakdown: UK
16 Jul 14 Reference table
Time Series Dataset: Average Weekly Earnings
Average Weekly Earnings (AWE) series. The AWE is the ONS's headline measure of short-term earnings growth. The data is derived from the Monthly Wages & Salaries Survey, a survey of employers.
Coverage: GB
Geographic breakdown: GB
16 Jul 14 Dataset
Time Series Dataset: Labour Market Statistics
Labour Market Statistics data series. All of the series in this dataset are available in spreadsheet format from the labour market data tables. In this dataset Labour Force Survey (LFS) estimates are shown for the mid-month of the three-month average time periods. For example, estimates for January to March 2014 are shown as "February 2014", estimates for February to April 2014 are shown as "March 2014", etc.
Coverage: UK
Geographic breakdown: UK and GB
16 Jul 14 Dataset
UK Wages Over the Past Four Decades - 2014
This Report looks at changes in earnings in the UK over the past forty years. It makes use of distributional and cohort analysis to assess the impact of the recession on earnings as well as looking at the impact of the introduction of the national minimum wage.
Coverage: International
Geographic breakdown: Region, UK
03 Jul 14 Release
UK Wages Over the Past Four Decades - 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
Coverage: UK
Geographic breakdown: Region
03 Jul 14 Report
People who started employment in the 1990s were 40% better paid than those in the 1970s
Latest ONS analysis looks at how wages have changed over time
Coverage: International
Geographic breakdown: Region, UK
03 Jul 14 Summary
UK Wages Over the Past Four Decades - 2014 (Excel sheet 151Kb)
This spredsheet contains all the data used in the UK Wages Over the Past Four Decades Report. Data includes cohort analysis, single year comparisions by age, distributional analysis and regional comparisons
Coverage: UK
Geographic breakdown: Region
02 Jul 14 Reference table
Index of Labour Costs per Hour (experimental) - Q1 2014
Also known as Labour Cost Index (LCI). Measures changes in the average labour costs per hour worked. Labour costs include wages and salaries as well as employer social contributions, maternity, paternity and sick pay and benefits in kind.
Coverage: UK
Geographic breakdown: UK
17 Jun 14 Release
Index of Labour Costs per Hour (ILCH) Q1 2014 (experimental)
Measures changes in the average labour costs per hour worked. Also known as Labour Cost Index (LCI).
Coverage: UK
Geographic breakdown: UK
17 Jun 14 Statistical bulletin
Labour Market Statistics - June 2014
Employment, unemployment, economic inactivity, claimant count, average earnings, labour productivity, vacancies and labour disputes statistics.
Coverage: UK
Geographic breakdown: UK and GB
11 Jun 14 Release
Labour Market Statistics, June 2014
Labour market statistics (including employment, unemployment and economic inactivity) for the United Kingdom.
Coverage: UK
Geographic breakdown: UK and GB
11 Jun 14 Statistical bulletin
A01: Summary of labour market statistics. Date of Publication:11 June 2014. Date of Next Publication:16 July 2014. (Excel sheet 6911Kb)
Labour market statistics summary data tables. This document contains the tables which appear in the pdf version of the Labour Market Statistical Bulletin.
Coverage: UK
Geographic breakdown: UK and GB
11 Jun 14 Reference table
EARN01: Average Weekly Earnings. Date of Publication:11 June 2014. Date of Next Publication:16 July 2014. (Excel sheet 477Kb)
Average Weekly Earnings (AWE), seasonally adjusted. This spreadsheet includes the headline estimates of earnings growth based on the Monthly Wages and Salaries Survey.
Coverage: GB
Geographic breakdown: GB
11 Jun 14 Reference table
EARN05: Gross weekly earnings of full-time employees by region. Date of Publication:14 May 2014. Date of Next Publication:13 August 2014. (Excel sheet 144Kb)
Gross weekly earnings of full-time employees by region (Labour Force Survey). This table is usually updated four times a year in February, May, August and November. This spreadsheet has been set up in printer-friendly format showing data for the last two years, with historic data appearing in hidden rows. The spreadsheet has macro buttons to unhide the rows to enable users to view the entire time series. If the macros do not work this is probably due to the security settings on your computer. You can either change the security settings or unhide the rows manually.
Coverage: UK
Geographic breakdown: UK
11 Jun 14 Reference table
EARN04: Gross weekly earnings of full-time employees. Date of Publication:14 May 2014. Date of Next Publication:13 August 2014. (Excel sheet 124Kb)
Gross weekly earnings of full-time employees (Labour Force Survey). This table is usually updated four times a year in February, May, August and November. This spreadsheet has been set up in printer-friendly format showing data for the last two years, with historic data appearing in hidden rows. The spreadsheet has macro buttons to unhide the rows to enable users to view the entire time series. If the macros do not work this is probably due to the security settings on your computer. You can either change the security settings or unhide the rows manually.
Coverage: UK
Geographic breakdown: UK
11 Jun 14 Reference table
EARN08: Distribution of gross hourly earnings of employees. Date of Publication:14 May 2014. Date of Next Publication:13 August 2014. (Excel sheet 282Kb)
Distribution of gross hourly earnings of employees (Labour Force Survey). This table is usually updated four times a year in February, May, August and November. This spreadsheet has been set up in printer-friendly format showing data for the last two years, with historic data appearing in hidden rows. The spreadsheet has macro buttons to unhide the rows to enable users to view the entire time series. If the macros do not work this is probably due to the security settings on your computer. You can either change the security settings or unhide the rows manually.
Coverage: UK
Geographic breakdown: UK
11 Jun 14 Reference table
EARN03: Average weekly earnings by industry. Date of Publication:11 June 2014. Date of Next Publication:16 July 2014. (Excel sheet 585Kb)
Average weekly earnings by industry (Monthly Wages and Salaries Survey).
Coverage: GB
Geographic breakdown: GB
11 Jun 14 Reference table
EARN07: Gross weekly earnings by industry. Date of Publication:14 May 2014. Date of Next Publication:13 August 2014. (Excel sheet 285Kb)
Gross weekly earnings by industry (Labour Force Survey). This table is usually updated four times a year in February, May, August and November. This spreadsheet has been set up in printer-friendly format showing data for the last two years, with historic data appearing in hidden rows. The spreadsheet has macro buttons to unhide the rows to enable users to view the entire time series. If the macros do not work this is probably due to the security settings on your computer. You can either change the security settings or unhide the rows manually.
Coverage: UK
Geographic breakdown: UK
11 Jun 14 Reference table
Time Series Dataset: Average Weekly Earnings
Average Weekly Earnings (AWE) series. The AWE is the ONS's headline measure of short-term earnings growth. The data is derived from the Monthly Wages & Salaries Survey, a survey of employers.
Coverage: GB
Geographic breakdown: GB
11 Jun 14 Dataset
EARN02: Average Weekly Earnings by sector. Date of Publication:11 June 2014. Date of Next Publication:16 July 2014. (Excel sheet 518Kb)
Average weekly earnings by sector (Monthly Wages & Salaries Survey).
Coverage: GB
Geographic breakdown: GB
11 Jun 14 Reference table
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