Analysis of factors affecting earnings using Annual Survey of Hours and Earnings: 2016
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- Corporate author(s)
- Great Britain. Office for National Statistics
- Office for National Statistics
- Date of publication
- 26 October 2016
- Social welfare
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This article presents the results of 2 statistical models which explore the relationship between mean hourly earnings excluding overtime and a range of independent variables.
The findings are based on Annual Survey of Hours and Earnings – 2016 provisional results data.
There is a particular focus on earnings differences between the public and private sectors. One model includes organisation size as an independent variable and one excludes this factor.
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