March 2007
People Management;3/8/2007, Vol. 13 Issue 5, p82
The article presents statistics on a variety of topics including the percentage of increase in average earnings excluding bonus payments, the number of jobs created across Great Britain, and pay averages for different jobs or occupations.


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