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  1. Up over 31K in a month. Largest rise since August 2011. Nobody seems bothered by it and are concentrating on the largest number of people employed since records began and how wages are above inflation for the first time in a year. Productivity dropped by 0.5% in the last quarter as well. https://www.theguardian.com/business/2018/may/15/uk-employment-record-economic-growth-pay-interest-rate-rise “Indeed, employment rose by a whopping 197,000 in the three months to March, well above the consensus expectations of a 130,000 rise and the biggest quarterly rise since the end of 2015. This left the annual rate of employment growth at a solid 1.2%.” Is it a meaningless stat?
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