Average Earnings

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guardian.co.uk  Oct 18  Comment 
Average earnings of UK workers are now no higher than they were in February 2006, official figures reveal Rising inflation … you can’t blame the worker this time The lowest levels of unemployment since the mid-70s are still failing to...
Financial Times  Aug 2  Comment 
Average earnings of business leaders drop 17 per cent to £4.5m in 2016, report shows
BBC News  Jun 14  Comment 
Average earnings fell by 0.6% in real terms for the three months to April as inflation bites.
guardian.co.uk  May 17  Comment 
Pay growth lags behind inflation for the first time in two-and-a-half years, highlighting impact of Brexit uncertainty Labour and the unions accused the government of ignoring the plight of ordinary workers after UK pay growth fell below...
The Economic Times  May 2  Comment 
In 2017 and 2018, Maruti's average earnings growth is expected to be 14.5% while global peers are staring at low-single-digit expansion, according to Bloomberg consensus.
Financial Times  Dec 30  Comment 
Study shows average earnings 6.6% less than employees on regular contracts
guardian.co.uk  Nov 25  Comment 
Cambridge and Oxford follow the capital at over 13 times earnings while Glasgow and Liverpool have lowest income-to-price ratio The average cost of a home in London is more than 14 times average earnings – the highest level on record, according...
guardian.co.uk  Nov 24  Comment 
Thinktank says low-paid will be hardest hit in next five years as inflation and welfare cuts compound slow earnings growth Families face a worse squeeze on their living standards over the next five years than they suffered in the wake of the...
The Economic Times  Aug 3  Comment 
Resolution of the underlying asset quality issues will take time depending on the fundamentals of various sectors such as metals and commodities, he said.
The Economic Times  May 31  Comment 
According to March quarter data compiled by ETIG, the average ‘earnings beat’ of Nifty companies has been 6.12% — the extent to which they outlived expectations.




 

The Average Earnings Index, released in Great Britain, is calculated by dividing the total employee wage and salary wage bill by the total number of employees paid. This index measures overtime worked, bonus payments, shift premium, grading increments and other productivity or incentive payments, except profit related pay and other non-taxable elements.[1]

References

  1. Public and Commercial Services Union
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