New earnings data published this morning by the Office for National Statistics (ONS) show differences in pay across parliamentary constituencies, as illustrated in the map below. Median weekly pay of full-time employees was highest for people living in London (at £618 per week in April 2014) and lowest in Northern Ireland (£457 per week).
The map shows earnings levels for full-time employees living in each constituency. (The median is the point at which half of employees earn more, and half earn less. Northern Ireland constituency results are yet to be published.)
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Earnings by region – changes since 2013
In the South West, median full-time employee pay increased by 2.2% between April 2013 and April 2014, the largest increase of any UK country or region. Median pay was up 2.0% in Scotland and 1.7% in…
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