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Official Statistics: Earnings and employment statistics from Pay As You Earn (PAYE) Real Time Information (Experimental Statistics): July 2014 to December 2019

Office For National Statistics

February 18
09:30 2020

Earnings and employment statistics from Pay As You Earn (PAYE) real time information (Experimental Statistics): 2014 to December 2019

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These statistics are part of a joint release with the Office for National Statistics (ONS).

These are Experimental Statistics, which means they are in a development stage that involves users providing feedback so that we can best meet their needs. When statistics are in this phase, HMRC is still developing the methodology behind them. The next publication will take place on 17 March.

Previous editions of this statistical release can be found on The National Archives website.

Published 30 January 2018
Last updated 18 February 2020 +show all updates
  1. Uploading the link to the ONS for the February release of the Earnings and employment statistics from Pay As You Earn (PAYE) Real Time Information (Experimental Statistics): 2014 to December 2019.

  2. A scheduled update for these statistics to include data up to November 2019. The link to the bulletin on the ONS website has been updated.

  3. The latest release for Earnings and employment statistics from Pay As You Earn Real Time Information has been published on the ONS website.The description of the page has been updated to state the location and the change in the statistics from quarterly to monthly estimates. The title of the page has also been updated to align with the ONS title.

  4. New publication bulletin pdf and excel tables uploaded for 11 July 2019 release

  5. A scheduled update of these statistics.

  6. An update for for statistics relating to September 2018.

  7. Updated to include data up until June 2018.

  8. Updated to include statistics up to March 2018.

  9. Page updated to reflect that the user engagement exercise has now closed.

  10. First published.

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