Money talks | More than 6 million jobs pay less than 'real' living wage despite incentives

More than 6 million jobs pay less than 'real' living wage despite incentives

The number of jobs failing to pay workers ‘real’ living wage has increased to more than six million, which has raised questions about the ‘quality’ of work on offer in the UK.

The latest analysis from The Office for National Statistics (ONS) shows that just under three million full-time and 3.3million part-time jobs are paying less than people need to meet the costs of living.

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