§ Mr. Dobson
To ask the Secretary of State for Employment if he will list for each standard region for each year since 1979 the average(a) hourly and (b) weekly (i) full-time and (ii) part-time (1) male and (2) female earnings, the total number and proportion of (c) male and (d) female (iii) part-time employees earning less than £5.88 per hour and (iv) full-time employees earning less than £221.50 per week, and the average weekly earnings of the top and bottom deciles of (e) full-time and (f) part-time, (v) male and (vi) female employees.497W
§ Mr. Oppenheim
Analyses by standard region of the new earnings survey results for full-time employees are published in part E of the report.
Tables 110 and 113 contain average gross weekly and hourly earnings, and the top and bottom deciles of weekly earnings, for men and women respectively.
Table 114 contains the sample numbers and the percentages with weekly earnings below a range of levels. These include £220 in 1994 but in 1979 the top of the range was £200 for men and £100 for women.
Table 115 contains similar information on a range of hourly earnings that included £6 per hour in 1994 but in 1979 the top of the range was £3.50 for men and £2.20 for women.
Information for part-time women is published in part F. Table 180 contains information similar to table 113 and table 175 contains information similar to table 115.
Copies of the new earnings survey reports can be found in the Library.
The information is not available for part-time men.
Pilot (b) the number of places taken up1 (c)the number of people still participating (d)the number of employers involved2 Kent 468 238 380 Devon and Cornwall 626 433 309 Tyneside 243 137 130 South west and south London 238 108 144 1Figures February 1995.2 Figures September 1994 (evaluation completed in September).