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Real wages down by 8.5% since 2009
A summary of the article looking at how the average earnings of employees in London and the UK changed between 2002 and 2012, once adjusted to take account of inflation.
Coverage: UK
Geographic breakdown: Region
05 Apr 13 Summary
Earnings (inflation adjusted) have risen by 62% since 1986
Over the past 25 years pay rates have risen much faster for the wealthy than for the poorest, with the average full-time hourly rate being £12.62 in April 2011.
Coverage: UK
Geographic breakdown: Region
09 Feb 13 Summary
Video Summary: Public and Private Sector Earnings, November 2012
This video podcast summarises the key findings from the story on public and private sector pay differences for November 2012.
Coverage: UK
Geographic breakdown: UK and GB
22 Nov 12 Video Summary
Video Summary: Earnings in the UK over the past 25 years
This video summarises the key messages in the story on earnings in the UK over the past 25 years.
Coverage: UK
Geographic breakdown: Region
07 Nov 12 Video Summary
Video Summary: Public and Private Sector Earnings, March 2012
This video podcast summarises the key findings from the story on public and private sector pay differences from 2002 to 2011.
Coverage: UK
Geographic breakdown: UK and GB
27 Mar 12 Video Summary
Public and Private Sector Pay Differences - Animated Video Podcast (YouTube)
This video podcast summarises the key findings from the story on public and private sector pay differences.
Coverage: UK
Geographic breakdown: UK and GB
05 Jul 11 Summary
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