6 Statistical bulletins that are related to Earnings and working hours , sorted by release date
Changes in the costs of employing labour, analysed by sector and industry. Experimental Statistics.
Allweddeiriau: earnings, income, wages, ILCH, SIC2007
Important measures of employee earnings, using data from the Annual Survey of Hours and Earnings (ASHE). Figures are presented mainly for full-time employees, although some detail for part-time workers is also included.
Allweddeiriau: ASHE, region, age, sex, wages, pay
The distribution of earnings of high- and low-paid jobs, earnings by selected percentiles and jobs paid below the National Minimum Wage. Compiled from the Annual Survey of Hours and Earnings (ASHE).
Allweddeiriau: ASHE, low pay, distribution, minimum wage, income inequalities
Differences in pay between women and men by age, region, full-time and part-time, and occupation as compiled from the Annual Survey of Hours and Earnings (ASHE). The gender pay gap is the percentage difference between men's and women’s median hourly earnings, across all jobs in the UK; it is not a measure of the difference in pay between men and women for doing the same job.
Allweddeiriau: ASHE, earnings, women's pay, wages, income
Average Weekly Earnings (AWE) is the key National Statistics indicator of short-term earnings growth, which provides monthly estimates of the level of Average Weekly Earnings per employee.
Allweddeiriau: wages, income, finance
Bulletin presents statistics on the number of employee jobs with pay less than the National Minimum Wage or the new National Living Wage in the UK
Allweddeiriau: ashe, annual survey of hours and earnings, nmw, full-time, part-time, ashe, annual survey of hours and earnings, nmw, full-time, part-time