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UK employment remains at record high but wage growth slips

The UK employment rate remained at a record high in the three months to March, although wage growth fell.

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Electricians named as the biggest earners amongst self-employed professionals

Electricians have been revealed as the highest earning self-employed professionals, following research from Bark.com

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Employment at record high while wages rise at fastest pace in a decade despite Brexit

Employment has reached a record high while wages are rising at their fastest pace in a decade, despite ongoing Brexit uncertainty.

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Employment levels highest since records began as wage growth continues to outstrip inflation

More people in the UK are in work than ever before, as wages grow faster than the cost of living.

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Ambitious British teens expect to be earning £70,000 by the time they are 30

While it is always good to be ambitious, a new survey has revealed that British teenagers may have slightly unrealistic expectations about their futures.

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Millennial workers' pay still feeling the pinch 10 years after the financial crisis

Pay for the typical 30-something remains 7% lower than its pre-crisis peak, according to a new study from the Resolution Foundation.

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How to get a pay rise in 2019

I’ve employed hundreds of people and have seen many great and many awful pitches for a pay rise.

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Pay rises for around one million public sector workers

GPs, dentists, teachers, police and prison officers are among around one million public sector workers set to get their biggest pay rise since the financial crisis.

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Age is no bar to becoming a YouTube star

If you have a hobby or passion you’d like to share, then why not build up a following on YouTube? More and more 50-somethings are showcasing their creative skills, while earning a bit of cash on the side.

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Will savers opt out of pensions next month?

Next month the contributions levels of those auto-enrolled in a pension will rise from 2% to 5%, which has raised concerns there will be a sharp rise in the number of workers choosing to opt out of their pensions.

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