Q. In the last 12 months, have you had a wage increase in your current job? (excluding those who don’t work)
|Total||Men||Women||Aged 18-34||Aged 35-54||Aged 55+||Work full time||Work part time|
|Yes, had a wage increase||36%||35%||37%||47%||32%||19%||43%||34%|
|No, have not had a wage increase||52%||54%||49%||44%||59%||59%||53%||60%|
|Haven’t been in current job for 12 months||12%||11%||13%||9%||10%||22%||4%||6%|
36% of workers say they have had a wage increase in the last 12 months and 52% say they have not had a wage increase. 43% of fulltime workers and 34% of part-time workers said they had received a pay increase in the last 12 months.
46% of workers earing $2,000+ pw said they had had a wage increase compared to 25% of those earning less than $1,000 pw.
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