3q4 earnings are the biggest on record, according to the latest figures from the Bureau of Statistics, which show that the average wage has risen by more than 4.5% over the last year.

This compares with a rise of 2.2% in the previous quarter.

It is also more than double the 2.1% rise in inflation-adjusted earnings between the first and second quarter of this year.

The rise in earnings is due largely to the surge in jobs created since the Brexit vote in June.

In the last quarter, there were more than 9,000 more people working in the economy than at the same point last year, according the Office for National Statistics.

However, there are many reasons why people are still looking to find work.

Here is what you need to know about the latest jobs figures.

Why is there so much focus on jobs?

It’s hard to know what will happen to people who are unemployed and on the jobless list.

A significant proportion of the unemployed are people with mental health issues and many of those are more likely to be self-employed than are those who are in full-time employment.

People with mental illness are more at risk of self-employment, according a study published by the Institute for Fiscal Studies in January.

However the figures released by the Bureau indicate that the proportion of people who have a job is increasing in the UK.

This may reflect the wider improvement in mental health conditions and the increase in the number of people in jobs.

But it could also reflect a broader increase in demand for work as the economy grows.

Why are so many people unemployed?

The figures show that almost one in four people aged 16 to 24 are unemployed.

This is a significant increase on the previous period, when the figure was one in three.

The figures also show that more than two thirds of 16-to-24-year-olds were in part-time work in January, up from one in six in January 2016.

What are the unemployment rates for people aged between 16 and 24?

The unemployment rate for those aged 16 and over in January was 6.5%, up from 6.4% in January last year and 7.9% in December 2016.

There was a drop in the unemployment rate of 15.1 percentage points among the 16-24 age group, compared with the fall in the overall unemployment rate, which fell from 16.5 to 16.1.

How does the unemployment figures compare with the rest of the world?

The latest figures for unemployment in the eurozone show that unemployment in France and the Netherlands is at the lowest levels since the crisis began.

Unemployment rates for Germany are also relatively low, with about 8% of the population unemployed, down from 9.5%.

Unemployment in Belgium and the Czech Republic was also below the average, with unemployment rates of 5.3% and 4.3%, respectively.

Are people looking for work in different countries?

There are many factors that influence people’s willingness to look for work.

In England, for example, people are likely to go to work if they are feeling secure about their job, but also if they think there are opportunities available to them in the job market.

The UK also has a high proportion of young people in work, with almost one-third of people aged 18 to 24 working full-timers.

Some regions are more attractive to young people, such as London, which is also home to a high number of university graduates.

What is the impact of Brexit?

Many people have seen the impact Brexit has had on the economy and the outlook for the UK’s economic future.

Some people have taken their business to the US, Australia and New Zealand.

In addition, the European Union has been forced to adopt more restrictive rules on how it manages its financial markets after the UK voted to leave the bloc.

There is also speculation about what will become of UK businesses in the years ahead.

Some commentators are also predicting a spike in inflation, with the Bank of England forecasting a rise in consumer prices of between 0.3 and 0.5 percentage points this year, compared to the forecast for this time last year of 0.2 to 0.4%.

How do the figures compare to other countries?

The Bank of Ireland also published its latest employment figures for the first quarter of 2017, with 1.2 million people employed in the country.

The US is one of the fastest-growing economies in the world, and is now the largest economy in the OECD.

In March, US President Donald Trump called the unemployment numbers “very, very, very bad”.

What is Brexit?

In December 2016, the UK signed a Brexit deal with the EU which saw it exit the single market, customs union and financial services.

However it is unlikely that all UK businesses would have been able to operate in the EU without the deal, since the deal required the UK to accept the rights of EU citizens.

Many businesses had hoped that Britain would have remained in the single marketplace, and the Brexit deal would