Explaining the impact that employees entering and exiting has on comparisons of median earnings
18-May-2015How the entry and exit of employees affects the statistics which compare median earnings between periods for all employees and for the continuously employed.
How effective is getting a job in helping people leave poverty?
10-Mar-2015Of those aged 18 to 59 who were in income poverty, but then entered employment between 2007 and 2012, 70% moved out of poverty. The other 30% remained in poverty, despite entering employment.
GDP and the Labour Market - Q4 2014 Quarterly Update
18-Feb-2015Comparison of developments in GDP and the labour market in the latest quarter.
Bonus payments in Great Britain infographic
29-Aug-2014Latest data on bonuses in 2013/14
What is human capital?
20-Aug-2014Infographic explaining what human capital is, how it changed over the economic downturn and how it differs by age, gender and qualifications held.
People who started employment in the 1990s were 40% better paid than those in the 1970s
03-Jul-2014Latest ONS analysis looks at how wages have changed over time
Economic Review, October 2015
07-Oct-2015The key economic stories from National Statistics produced over the latest month, painting a coherent picture of the UK economic performance using recent economic data.
Index of Labour Costs per Hour (ILCH), Quarter 2 Apr to June 2015 (experimental)
16-Sep-2015Measures changes in the average labour costs per hour worked. Also known as Labour Costs Index (LCI).
Reconciliation of Estimates of Jobs, September 2015
16-Sep-2015Compares the latest Workforce Jobs (WFJ) estimates with the equivalent estimates of jobs from the Labour Force Survey (LFS). This is produced every quarter, when the latest WFJ estimates are released.
Single Month Labour Force Survey Estimates, September 2015 (Not Designated as National Statistics)
16-Sep-2015These single month LFS analyses have been produced as a tool to assist in understanding the movements in the published three month average LFS estimates. These estimates are not designated as National Statistics.
Supplementary analysis of average weekly earnings, September 2015
16-Sep-2015Analyses of the Average Weekly Earnings (AWE) figures, which are published in the UK Labour Market Statistical Bulletin.
UK Labour Market, September 2015
16-Sep-2015Labour market statistics (including employment, unemployment and economic inactivity) for the United Kingdom.
A01: Summary of labour market statistics. Date of Publication:16 September 2015. Date of Next Publication:14 October 2015. (Excel sheet 2998Kb)
16-Sep-2015Labour market statistics summary data tables.
EARN02: Average Weekly Earnings by sector. Date of Publication:16 September 2015. Date of Next Publication:14 October 2015. (Excel sheet 544Kb)
16-Sep-2015Average weekly earnings by sector (Monthly Wages & Salaries Survey).
EARN04: Gross weekly earnings of full-time employees. Date of Publication:12 August 2015. Date of Next Publication:11 November 2015. (Excel sheet 126Kb)
16-Sep-2015Gross 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.
Index of Labour Costs per Hour (ILCH), Q2 2015, Non-seasonally Adjusted (Excel sheet 273Kb)
16-Sep-2015ILCH index values and yearly growth for industries and sectors, non-seasonally adjusted, Q2 2015
Index of Labour Costs per Hour (ILCH), Q2 2015, Seasonally Adjusted (Excel sheet 387Kb)
16-Sep-2015ILCH index values and yearly growth for industries and sectors, seasonally adjusted, Q2 2015.
Time Series Dataset: Average Weekly Earnings
16-Sep-2015Average 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.