Workers in 15 of the country’s largest towns and cities – defined here as built-up urban areas with 135,000 or more people – earn more than the average weekly wage of £539.
In contrast, workers in the 48 other towns and cities of this size earned less than the national average. (Full list at bottom of story).
The reasons reveal a great deal about the way people live and work.
Read more in BBC News.
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