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Part-Time Workers

Volume 80: debated on Tuesday 11 June 1985

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53.

asked the Secretary of State for Employment how many part-time workers earn less than £2·50 per hour.

Comprehensive estimates of the number of part-time employees earning less than £2·50 an hour are not available. The most recent available information relates to part-time female employees on adult rates covered by pay-as-you-earn schemes. The relative numbers of those earning less than £2·50 per hour and less than £2·60 per hour in April 1984 are shown in table 172 of "New Earnings Survey", part F. A copy is in the Library.