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8th Mar 2023 16:01U.K., Daily Monitor

  • Surveys point to broadly flat employment and a substantial improvement in labour availability since mid-2022.
  • December's slow month-to-month rise in private-sector wages likely was partly due to short-lived strikes...
  • ...But on balance, surveys suggest that wage increases have slowed a little since last autumn.

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