In this section

  • Average weekly earnings of people in the UK and information on the gender pay gap and low pay. Data from Average Weekly Earnings (AWE) and the Annual Survey of Hours and Earnings (ASHE).

  • Employment rates show the number of people in paid work as a proportion of the population, broken down by age and sex. Includes information on the number of people in employment and vacancies.

  • Efficiency of the UK workforce, including output per worker, per job and per hour. Data are available by industry and by region.

  • People employed in central and local government, and public corporations, including second jobs in the public sector. Includes Civil Service employment with regional and diversity analyses.

  • Work stoppages because of disputes between employers and employees. Includes strikes and lock-outs, number of days lost in the public and private sectors, and number of workers involved.

  • Pensions linked to a person's workplace, including defined ambition (DA), defined benefit (DB) and defined contribution (DC) schemes.