Low-Wage Earner

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Low-Paid Workers – How to promote wage progression and career progression

This research report seeks to understand whether and how government can use tax and regulation policy to promote wage progression and career progression among low-paid workers. Experiences in the labour market are at the heart of the political and policy debate about the modern economy. There is a growing sense that work is no longer … Continue reading

Low-Wage Earner in EU – 1 out of 6 employees

The proportion of low-wage earners among employees amounted to 17.2% in 2014 in the European Union (EU). This means that they earned two-thirds or less of their national median gross hourly earnings. There are large differences between genders and age groups regarding the proportion of low-wage earners. In the EU in 2014, 21.1% of female … Continue reading

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