Number of workers on low pay 'set to double' following Brexit vote, study claims
THE number of people in North East Lincolnshire on low pay is expected to more than double within just four years, a new study has found.
The Resolution Foundation believes the Brexit vote will reduce the rise in the National Living Wage by 10p.
And it is the proportion of workers in our area moving into the "low pay" bracket that is of concern.
The Resolution Foundation's annual survey of hours and earnings says 10 per of workers in what it describes as "Greater Lincolnshire" are currently paid two-thirds of the average weekly wage.
By 2020, this will rise to almost 25... read more
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