Posted by Ed Conway on Nov 7, 2012 in Blog | 2 comments
Since 1986 the top 1% of UK earners enjoyed real wages increases of 117%. The bottom 10% by only 47% (Bottom 1% by 70%)
By “real pay” I guess you mean that the figures have been adjusted for inflation?
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