One development that would help to ease wage pressures would be an increase in the labour supply; there is still a significant group of countries where the pandemic is having lingering effects. The good news is that the size of the workforce is now moving in the right direction in many places. A key exception is the UK, suggesting that wage growth there may be a bit slower to fall than elsewhere.
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