Friday, February 16, 2007

Pay rises highest for eight years

Pay rises highest for eight years

"Average pay deals have risen to 3.5% in recent months - the highest for eight years - figures show." well, that's not going to help keep inflation down!

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3 thoughts on “Pay rises highest for eight years

  • dohousescrashinthewoods says:

    This site is getting busy of late!
    Slowly, slowly, the tide turns. If it is slow to turn it will be very difficult to turn it back in a hurry.

    Seems a people have spotted water rising on the lower decks of the Titanic, even as the first officer reassures first class passengers at a champagne drinks reception on deck with the string quartet, all the while eyeballing the captain’s cabin. Ironically, it is the first class passengers who have the best chance of a lifeboat, whilst people in steerage will go down with the ship.

    Has UNICEF considered studying adults as well as children?

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  • The C in UNICEF stands for Children so I doubt they would do a study on adults! Mind you, the difference between adults and children is not so great in the playstation generation so maybe they should.

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  • Don’t believe that figure as it doesn’t include the self employed or agency workers, wage inflation is actually a few digits higher amongst skilled workers.

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