The 2.1% rise in labour cash earnings in September was the fastest since 1997 but it was mostly driven by volatile bonus payments and won’t be sustained. However, regular earnings growth remained strong and should last the coming months, while the rebound in inbound tourism following the border reopening should continue to boost overtime hours and pay.
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