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U.K. | 13 September 2017 Labour Market Report to Show no Easing of the Real Wage Squeeze
Today's labour market report likely will show that employment continued to grow briskly over the summer, but that wage gains still are lagging well behind inflation.

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13 September 2017 Labour Market Report to Show no Easing of the Real Wage Squeeze

By Samuel Tombs

Today's labour market report likely will show that employment continued to grow briskly over the summer, but that wage gains still are lagging well behind inflation.

Posted: 12th Sep 2017 in 'U.K.'

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