Rising vacancies and falling unemployment fail to push firms into elevate wages
Wage growth has slackened in the UK to put a wring on live criteria despite unemployment falling to its lowest level for more than 40 years.
The fall in pay growth to 3.3% on its first year in the three months to March, from 3. 5% in the 3 month to February, likewise came as the buoyant labour market recorded a rise in employment to a new high-pitched of 32.7 million.
Wholesale and retail trade, mend of motor vehicles and motor cycles( 139,000 ).
Human health and social work activities( 134,000 ).
Accommodation and food( 92,000 ).
Professional, scientific and technical activities (8 0,000 ).
Manufacturing( 61,000 ).
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