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6th Apr 2022 18:00U.K., Daily Monitor

We look for a three-month-on-three-month rise in employment of about 30K in February.

Another cohort with a high employment rate left the sample, but surveys signal solid underlying momentum.

The PAYE measure of median pay and settlements data, however, suggest wage growth stayed subdued.

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