What does it take to earn a good pay day at work?
It depends on where you live and what you do, according to the latest pay data from PayScale.
The pay site released its latest pay update for March, which showed the average UK salary fell slightly in the year to March 2017.
PayScale says the average hourly wage fell by 2.2% compared to the same period last year.
The average hourly pay for full-time workers rose by 3.1% to £22.79.
However, the average weekly wage rose by 1.8% to an average of £14.60, with the average weekdays pay rose by 0.9% to $8.23.
But the biggest difference in average pay was between employees in the private sector, where average pay rose 2.7% to a staggering £53,200, while employees in government saw their pay rise by just 0.3% to just £22,000.
What is PayScale?
PayScale is the UK’s largest online pay provider.
It provides data from more than 50,000 employers and provides tools to help businesses manage their pay, so they can better attract and retain top talent.
PayScreendoor also collects data on pay, including hourly pay, hours worked, total compensation, pay for work experience, annual salary and the average annual salary per employee.
What do the latest data show?
Average weekly pay rose 3.8%, the smallest weekly gain since January 2018, with a decline of 1.3 percentage points compared to March 2016.
Average weekly earnings fell 1.1%, the second biggest decline since March 2016, with another 0.4 points dropping.
Average hourly pay rose 0.7%, the largest annual salary fall since March 2010.
What does this mean for you?
The pay figures released by PayScale are not yet conclusive, as the data is collected in an unstructured way, which means the pay is not directly comparable to the figures for a typical employee.
But PayScale’s report shows a small but significant drop in pay for all employees in private sector jobs, which may indicate that the UK is not experiencing the high levels of pay growth that are typically seen in the United States and Europe.
PayForWork is the other big online pay source, and it has more detailed data than PayScale, which includes information on average hourly earnings and average weekly earnings.
PayTables uses data from 50,844 employers across the UK, and its figures have been released since the start of the year.
However PayTets figures only include UK workers, and the UK pays out different rates to employers across Europe and elsewhere.
It is not clear whether PayTodes figures are reflective of the pay levels across the entire UK economy.
What are the latest figures from PayScreee?
The latest data from the PayScale UK Pay survey show that the average pay at the end of March was £29,716.
This is the lowest since January 2015.
However the pay was higher than the average for the year, at £31,846.
The lowest hourly pay in the UK was £14,838, which is a 4.3 percent increase over the same quarter last year, but this was offset by a slight rise in weekly pay at an average £8.08.
Average weekdays wage rose 3%.
However, pay was slightly lower for the weekdays than for the other paid hours, with an average weekday pay of £8,800, compared to an annual salary of £24,847.
Average annual salary rose by 2%.
This is a drop of 2.5 percent, and is still the lowest annual salary ever recorded.
The biggest change in annual salary was the increase of 0.5 percentage points to £24.5 million, which was a 0.6 percent increase on the previous quarter.
What has PayScale said about the pay data?
The average weekly pay for UK employees rose by just 1.6% in March to £20.69.
However this is the smallest increase since the previous PayScale survey, which started in January 2016.
This means that UK employees in non-private sector jobs earned more in March than they did in March 2015, when the survey started.
The report also shows that the median weekly pay fell by 3 percentage points in March, to £16.99, the smallest decline since the March 2016 survey.
However it is the largest pay increase since February 2016, when a pay rise of 2 percentage points was announced.
The largest weekly pay increases were seen in public sector jobs (up 4.4 percentage points), private sector (up 2.4 percent), and in other industries (up 3.9 percent).
What has the UK Government said about these figures?
The Government said that the pay rise announced on Wednesday will give UK workers more flexibility at work, which will improve the pay of UK businesses.
The Chancellor said that: “The pay rises announced today will give our workforce more control