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15th Mar 2022 18:00U.K., Daily Monitor

  • Employment is trending up gradually, not falling as the LFS data imply or surging as the PAYE figures indicate.
  • Growth in the workforce should rise this year, as inactivity declines and immigration recovers...
  • ...This will slow the tightening of the labour market and ensure wages continue to rise more slowly than prices.

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