- Central banks need wage growth to slow significantly before they can judge that inflation is firmly under control. The least painful way for this to happen is for the recent rise in “mismatch” between workers and vacancies to reverse. However, we think there will also need to be some rise in unemployment, albeit less than would normally be required to bring about such a big drop in wage growth.
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