45 publications that are related to Earnings and working hours , sorted by release date
Changes in the costs of employing labour, analysed by sector and industry. Experimental Statistics.
Keywords: earnings, income, wages, ILCH, SIC2007
Earnings and employment from Pay As You Earn Real Time Information, UK: September 2020 (Latest release)Experimental monthly estimates of payrolled employees and their pay from HM Revenue and Customs’ (HMRC’s) Pay As You Earn (PAYE) Real Time Information (RTI) data. This is a joint release between HMRC and the Office for National Statistics (ONS).
Keywords: employees, RTI, PAYE, calendarisation, wages
Estimates of the numbers and characteristics of those who could be considered as potential “key workers” in the response to the coronavirus (COVID-19).
Keywords: health workers, social care, childcare, education, COVID 19, COVID19, corona virus
New methods for monthly earnings and employment estimates from Pay As You Earn Real Time Information (PAYE RTI) data: December 2019 (Latest release)An article explaining the methods used to derive monthly employee and earnings estimates from Pay as You Earn Real Time Information (PAYE RTI) administrative data. The article also includes comparisons with ONS’s official sources of Labour Market data.
Keywords: PAYE, RTI, Employees, Earnings
Measures of employee earnings, using data from the Annual Survey for Hours and Earnings (ASHE).
Keywords: ASHE, region, age, sex, wages, pay
Differences in pay between women and men by age, region, full-time and part-time, and occupation.
Keywords: ASHE, earnings, women's pay, wages, income
The distribution of earnings of high- and low-paid jobs and jobs paid below the National Minimum Wage.
Keywords: ASHE, low pay, distribution, minimum wage, income inequalities
A study into the gender gap for pay and commuting time, using data from the Annual Survey of Hours and Earnings.
Keywords: commute, pay gap, inequality, gender pay gap, ASHE
The commuting gap: women are more likely than men to leave their job over a long commute (Latest release)When deciding whether to leave their job, women are more likely than men to accept lower pay in favour of a shorter commute, contributing to the overall gender pay gap.
Keywords: commuting, pay, gender pay gap, men, women
Our interactive explorer shows the average full-time gross annual pay for different occupations. Find out which jobs pay the most – and least – and see how your job compares.
Keywords: Earnings, Wages, Salaries, Employment, interactivetool, Interactive