Agnes Norris Keiller from the Institute for Fiscal Studies examines how the pay and living standards of low-wage employees have changed since the National Living Wage was introduced. She finds that while low-paid employees have seen strong growth in their earnings from employment, improvements in their average living standards have been much more modest. She also highlights that poverty among low-paid employees has fallen because of stronger income growth for those who live in lower-income households.
Data Impact blog
Category: Employment, Pay and Pensions
Susan Noble, Service Manager for international data and Celia Russell, Senior International Data Specialist at the UK Data Service, report back from the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) Forum 2015.