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Pay: St Ives

Andrew George: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer what the (a) mean and (b) median salary including pro-rata salary for part-time workers of (i) full-time men, (ii) full-time women, (iii) part-time men and (iv) part-time women was in the St Ives constituency in each of the last 10 years. [164070]

Angela Eagle: The information requested falls within the responsibility of the National Statistician, who has been asked to reply.

Letter from Karen Dunnell, dated 13 November 2007:


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Gross weekly pay for employee jobs( a) by St. Ives
Full-time employees Full-time male Full-time female
Median £ Growth rate Mean £ Growth rate Median £ Growth rate Mean £ Growth rate Median £ Growth rate Mean £ Growth rate

1997

228

*

294

**

249

**

348

**

197

**

216

*

1998

233

*2

296

**1

241

**-3

343

**-1

214

**8

228

*6

1999

252

*8

318

**8

260

**8

370

**8

218

**2

243

*6

2000

256

*1

326

**2

272

**5

377

**2

237

**9

260

*7

2001

271

**6

322

*-1

289

**6

348

*-8

x

x

288

*11

2002

279

**3

371

**15

299

**3

x

x

263

**

288

*0

2003

284

*2

379

**2

302

**1

x

x

273

**4

299

*4

2004 excl(b)

316

**11

380

*0

324

**7

410

*-4

279

2

331

*11

2004 inc(b)

309

**

378

*

323

**

412

**

279

**

325

*

2005

304

*-2

373

*-1

318

**-2

398

**-3

289

**3

333

*2

2006 excl(c)

330

*9

430

**15

358

*12

511

**28

295

**2

328

*-1

2006 inc(c)

329

*

426

**

355

*

510

**

294

**

325

*

2007

332

**1

392

*-8

341

**-4

422

*-17

320

**9

347

*7


Part-time employees Part-time male Part-time female
Median £ Growth rate Mean £ Growth rate Median £ Growth rate Mean £ Growth rate Median £ Growth rate Mean £ Growth rate

1997

100

**

107

**

x

x

x

x

97

**

99

**

1998

87

*-13

93

**-13

x

x

x

x

1999

105

**21

112

*21

121

**

137

**114

99

**

108

**9

2000

x

x

130

**15

125

**3

x

x

x

x

120

**12

2001

x

x

142

*9

x

x

156

**-4

x

x

138

**15

2002

112

**

128

*-9

x

x

x

x

112

**

132

**-4

2003

129

**16

139

*8

x

x

x

x

130

**16

137

*4

2004 excl(b)

128

**-1

145

*4

x

x

143

**

125

**-3

145

**6

2004 inc(b)

124

**

141

*

x

x

143

**

112

**

141

*

2005

124

**0

135

*-5

x

x

153

**7

x

x

126

**-11

2006

130

**5

173

**28

x

x

x

x

113

**

143

**14

2006(c)

131

**

175

**

x

x

x

x

x

x

144

**

2007

124

**-5

159

**-10

x

x

172

**

123

**

153

**6

(a) Employees on adult rates whose pay for the survey pay-period was not affected by absence.
(b) In 2004 additional supplementary surveys were introduced to improve the coverage of the Annual Survey of Hours and Earnings. Figures are presented both excluding and including the additional surveys for comparison purposes.
(c) In 2006 a small number of methodological changes were introduced to improve the quality of the survey These include changes to the sample design itself, as well as the introduction of an automatic occupation coding tool. Figures are presented both excluding and including these changes for comparison purposes.
Guide to quality:
The Coefficient of Variation (CV) indicates the quality of a figure, the smaller the CV value the higher the quality.
The true value is likely to lie within +/- twice the CV—for example, for an average of 200 with a CV of 5 per cent. we would expect the population average to be within the range 180 to 220.
CV <= 5%
* CV> 5% and <= 10%
** CV> 10% and <=20%
x CV > 20%
Source:
Annual Survey of Hours and Earnings, Office for National Statistics.

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