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http://www.statistics.gov.uk/cci/nugget.asp?id=10

Average earnings growth including bonuses increased in the year to August 2010, from the July rate of 1.3 per cent to 1.7 per cent in August 2010. Growth in average earnings excluding bonuses (regular pay) also increased from the July 2010 rate of 1.6 per cent to 2.0 per cent in August 2010.

In the year to August pay growth (including bonuses) in the private sector stood at 1.2 per cent compared with 2.9 per cent in the public sector. Excluding bonus payments, growth in the private sector stood at 1.7 per cent compared with 2.2 per cent in the public sector.

This month, Average Weekly Earnings has been based on the 2007 Standard Industrial Classification (SIC 2007) for the first time. This has led to revisions in the historic time series. For further details, see the article 'Transition of Average Weekly Earnings to SIC 2007' (in Related Links).

Glad to see we're all in it together <_<

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My public sector working wife has had no payrise for 2 years with another 2 year cap on her earnings.

That is no pay scale progression and no inflationary element.

After working for 9 years in scientific research and 3 assesments that acknowledge her research as "world class" in the field of DNA research she earns £29.5k.

Who are getting these payrises because it certainly isn't the research councils?

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My public sector working wife has had no payrise for 2 years with another 2 year cap on her earnings.

That is no pay scale progression and no inflationary element.

After working for 9 years in scientific research and 3 assesments that acknowledge her research as "world class" in the field of DNA research she earns £29.5k.

Who are getting these payrises because it certainly isn't the research councils?

Indeed, she earns a World Class Salary. Good for her.

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