Around one in four employees received pay rises worth 4.0% or more in the three months to January 2022, according to the latest monitoring figures from Incomes Data Research (IDR).
Employees are typically receiving pay rises worth 3.0% in 2022, up from a median pay award across the whole economy of 2.0% overall for 2021, according to the latest monitoring figures from Incomes Data Research (IDR).
Inflation has increased yet again on all measures, due to a great extent to the rising cost of fuel. The Retail Prices Index (RPI) has risen to 11.1% in the year to April 2022
IDR's analysis of the ONS' labour market statistics for May 2022
Shift workers play an essential role in the economy, having to sacrifice standard lifestyle and sleep patterns in order to keep up with their work
IDR's monthly analysis of pay awards
In this series exploring pay for jobs in demand we look at market data for delivery drivers, covering van drivers and couriers with a Category B license.
IDR's latest analysis on pay for graduates and apprentices
Living Wage Foundation responds to cost of living crisis
IDR's article on pay for graduates and apprentices in 2022
This issue features the results from our latest hybrid working survey as well as inflation forecasts from our panel of City economists
This report provides you with a picture on pay for graduate and apprentice workers.
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IDR's analysis of the ONS' labour market statistics for June 2022