September 4, 2013
The number of UK workers earning below the so-called living wage has risen to 4.8 million, research suggests.
The figure, equivalent to 20% of employees, is up from 3.4 million in 2009, the Resolution Foundation think tank said.
The living wage is set at £7.45 outside London and £8.55 in the capital.
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