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U.K. | 14 November 2018 Still Enough Slack to Prevent Wage Growth From Rising Further
September's labour market report suggests that wage growth won't continue to rise for much longer.

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14 November 2018 Still Enough Slack to Prevent Wage Growth From Rising Further

By Samuel Tombs

September's labour market report suggests that wage growth won't continue to rise for much longer.

Posted: 13th Nov 2018 in 'U.K.'

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