A Closer Look

Job Polarisation in UK – The last two decades

The Resolution Foundation’s report on job polarisation looked at the shift in jobs based on wage distribution. Rather than grouping jobs by a skill classification, they ranked them on the basis of mean hourly pay at the start of the period, then mapped the change over time.

This gives something that looks a bit more hourglassy, with growth at the bottom and the top. The change since the recession (on the second chart) is almost a perfect hourglass.

via Job polarisation: Cocktail glass or hourglass? | Flip Chart Fairy Tales.


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