Low pay In Northern Ireland

This Research InBrief presents evidence on the extent of low pay in Northern Ireland.

It shows that low pay is a prominent feature of the labour market, with more than 1 in 4 earning below the Real Living Wage. Low pay should be concerning to policy makers in Northern Ireland not only because of its negative impact for the living standards of individual workers and their families, but also because of its implications for the economy.

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