"Figure 8: Distribution of growth in real hourly earnings by working pattern, median and quartiles for the UK, 2008 to 2017",""
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"Notes","1. 2017 data are provisional.
2. Each line on the figure indicates the lower quartile, median and upper quartile growth rates over time.
3. This figure uses individual level data from ASHE to calculate the growth of nominal weekly earnings for employees observed in pairs of years. For example, in 2010 and 2011, 2011 and 2012, 2016 and 2017. Note that the ASHE methodology is not specifically designed to model earnings growth for employees over time.
4. Full-time employees are defined as those working more than 30 paid hours per week (or 25 hours or more for the teaching professions)."
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"","Full-time median","Full-time lower quartile","Full-time upper quartile","Part-time median","Part-time lower quartile","Part-time upper quartile"
"2008","1.2","-1","5.7","0.4","-1.3","4.2"
"2009","1.2","-2.2","5.7","1.4","-1.2","5.6"
"2010","-0.5","-2.7","3.5","-0.8","-2.7","2.7"
"2011","-1.2","-3.7","2.9","-1.6","-3.7","1.7"
"2012","-0.3","-2.8","3.6","-0.6","-2.8","2.1"
"2013","-0.1","-2.2","3.8","-0.4","-2.2","2.3"
"2014","0.6","-1.7","4.5","0.2","-1.7","2.8"
"2015","2.2","-0.2","6.2","2","-0.3","4.8"
"2016","1.7","-0.7","6.5","2.1","-0.7","7.8"
"2017","0.2","-2.3","4.8","0.6","-2.1","3.9"