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13th Jun 2023 15:22U.K., Daily Monitor

  • Wage growth regained momentum in April; not all of the pick-up can be pinned on the National Living Wage.
  • Job market tightness, however, has continued to unswind, as unemployment edges up and vacancies fall.
  • Demand for employees will remain fairly flat, while labour supply rises; employers will have the upper hand soon.

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