HC Deb 14 December 1983 vol 50 c454W
Mr. Gareth Wardell

asked the Secretary of State for Employment what are the numbers of full-time (i) males and (ii) females, aged 18 years and over, in each of the counties of Wales and for each of the standard economic regions of the United Kingdom in the following earnings bands (a) under £40, (b)£41 to £50, (c)£51 to £60, (d)£61 to 70, (e)£71 to £80, (f) £81 to £90, (g)£91 to £100, (h) £101 to £110, (i) £111 to £120, (j)£121 to £130, (k) £131 to £140, (1) £141 to £150 and (m) over £150.

Mr. Alan Clark

Information is not available in the precise form requested. However, part E of the report on the new earnings survey 1982, a copy of which is in the Library, gives details on the distribution of weekly earnings in April 1982 for full-time males aged 21 and over and full-time females aged 18 and over for counties within Wales—tables 110 and 113—and for the standard regions of Great Britain—table 114. Corresponding information for April 1983 will be published around the middle of January 1984.