The Office for National Statistics said regular pay, excluding bonuses, grew by 4.7% over the three months to June.
UK workers saw their pay lag behind inflation at record levels over the past quarter, 公式の数字によると.
ザ・ 国家統計局 (私たち) said regular pay, excluding bonuses, grew by 4.7% over the three months to June.
Analysts had predicted that wages would increase by 4.5%.
それは後に来る CPI inflation hit a new 40-year record of 9.4% in June and is expected to peak at around 11% 今年後半.
The ONS said this resulted in a 4.1% drop in regular pay for employees once CPI inflation is taken into account, representing the biggest slump since records began in 2001.
Official figures also showed that the number of UK workers on payrolls rose by 73,000 between June and July to 29.7 百万.
その間, the unemployment rate increased to 3.8% for the quarter compared with 3.7% for the previous period.
ONS director of economic statistics Darren Morgan said: “The number of people in work grew in the second quarter of 2022, whilst the headline rates of unemployment and of people neither working nor looking for a job were little changed.
"その間, the total number of hours worked each week appears to have stabilised very slightly below pre-pandemic levels.
“Redundancies are still at very low levels.
"しかしながら, although the number of job vacancies remains historically very high, it fell for the first time since the summer of 2020.”
Vacancy numbers hit 1.274 million over the three months from May to July, slipping by 19,800 in the first signal the UK’s hot labour market could be cooling.
首相 ナディム・ザハウィ 前記: “Today’s stats demonstrate that the jobs market is in a strong position, with unemployment lower than at almost any point in the past 40 years – good news in what I know are difficult times for people.
“This highlights the resilience of the UK economy and the fantastic businesses who are creating new jobs across the country.”