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Europe · London

UK unemployment hits 48-year low but inflation squeezes pay

47% Right coverage: 17 sources
Britain's unemployment rate fell to its lowest since 1974 in the first three months of this year. But soaring inflation led to the biggest annual fall in real earnings excluding bonuses since 2013. The jobless rate dropped to 3.7% from 3.8% - below forecasts in a Reuters poll for the unemployment rate to hold steady.See the Story
Money · Canberra

Wages growth edges up, but still a long way short of the rising cost of living

50% Right coverage: 8 sources
Wages are expected to pick up later this year, including in the September quarter, the first of the new financial year. The Reserve Bank of Australia this month forecast three consecutive years of real wages going backwards; with an increase not expected until 2023-24. Prime Minister Scott Morrison said real wages were about 18 months away.See the Story

Delhi govt hikes minimum wage of labourers

67% Right coverage: 3 sources
The Kejriwal-led Delhi government has decided to increase the dearness allowance (DA) for labourers on Friday (May 20) On the back of the latest revision in the DA, the unskilled labourer's monthly wages have been increased from �16,064 to 16,506 per month. Furthermore, the wages for semi-skilled labourers have also been raised from  17,693 to  18,187 a month.See the Story
António Costa

Luís Montenegro says António Costa is a “flop” as Prime Minister

For Luís Montenegro, António Costa is a “flop as prime minister”, pointing to “rampant inflation” the “biggest tax burden ever”, and “leveling wages down” as a motive.See the Story

DOLE: Minimum wage hike in Mimaropa, SOCCSKSARGEN approved

67% Left coverage: 3 sources
Dole says National Wages Productivity Commission (NWPC) "reviewed and affirmed" wage hikes. In Mimaropa, workers in private establishments are expected to get P35 more in their daily wages. In SOCCSKSARGEN, private workers will receive their wage increase of P32 in two tranches.See the Story

Michigan DNR Increases Pay For State Park Seasonal Workers To $15 Per Hour

100% Left coverage: 1 sources
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources announced on Friday it is increasing pay for state park seasonal workers to $15 an hour. The new hourly rate is effective May 29 and is available to all new seasonal park worker hires and previously hired for this summer season. Officials say the new rate increase was implemented after reprioritizing state parks funding.See the Story
Europe · Netherlands

Spring note: more money to Defence, minimum wage and state pension up

100% Right coverage: 1 sources
The Council of Ministers has agreed to the Spring Memorandum, which the coalition parties have been negotiating for weeks. Significant setbacks emerged in April.See the Story

GDP per medal, barely wrinkling wages and record-expensive fuels [Charts of the Week]

Another May week behind us. What data, aside from inflation, have been on economists” wallpaper lately? We recall the most interesting charts not only from Poland.See the Story
Oceania · New Zealand

Squeezed middle: Economist says people without kids, not on minimum wage, under new pressure

100% Left coverage: 1 sources
A minimum wage worker with no student loan and two kids would get $970 a week. Someone on $90k with a student loan and no kids would get $1098.See the Story

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