Latest Results - Published 26 October 2017
The key points from the Northern Ireland ASHE 2017 show that:
- Median gross weekly earnings for full-time employees in April 2017 were £501, an increase of 1.5% from £494 in 2016. This is the first time median gross weekly earnings for full-time employees have exceeded £500.
- When adjusted for inflation median gross weekly earnings for full-time employees decreased by 1.0%.
- In the UK, median gross weekly earnings for full-time employees were £550, an increase of 2.2% since 2016 (£539). When adjusted for inflation UK median earnings decreased by 0.4%.
- The increase in median gross weekly earnings was more marked in the private than in the public sector. The full-time median gross weekly earnings in the private sector increased by 3.0% to £446, compared to a 1.0% increase in the public sector, to £623.
- Headline statistics for Northern Ireland (1997-2017)
- Industry, occupation, age, public/private sector and skill level
- NI geographies, by place of work and place of residence
- All tables in Open Document Spreadsheet (ODS) format
The provisional results from the pensions element of the Northern Ireland ASHE 2017 were published on 26th March 2018.
Geographically data refers to place of work.
NI ASHE Background Information
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