Pay development beat market and business analyst desires in the three months from February to April.
Pay ascended by 3.4% contrasted and a year back. Subsequent to considering, wage development was 1.4%, official figures appear.
The joblessness rate stayed at 3.8%, and has not been lower since the October to December 1974 period, the Office for National Statistics said.
The business rate for ladies was 72%, the most noteworthy on record.
This is after changes to the state annuity age prompting less ladies resigning between the ages of 60 and 65.
Matt Hughes, delegate head of work advertise measurements at the ONS, stated: "With business development among ladies originating from full-clocks, the general hole among people in hours worked is currently the most reduced ever - ladies presently normal around seventy five percent of men's week after week hours, contrasted and around 66% 25 years back."
Sterling rose from five-month lows against the euro after wages climbed quicker than anticipated, beating a few financial specialists forecasts of a 3% rise.
While work development moderated, the jobless rate held at 3.8%.
More ladies in work
John Hawksworth, PwC boss business analyst, said it was "fascinating" that female work ascended by 60,000 contrasted and the past quarter, while male work fell by 27,000.
"This is reliable with a more drawn out term pattern towards a narrowing sex business hole.
"Male business is as yet higher at around 80%, yet this is well underneath its authentic highs of over 90%, thinking back to the 1970s."
Tej Parikh, boss financial expert at the Institute of Directors, stated: "The light work market is as yet going solid for the UK economy, even as it climates far reaching political vulnerability."
"In any case, the work blast can't keep going forever, and is absolutely appearing of relaxing."
High Street work misfortunes
In the interim, information for a different timeframe out on Tuesday demonstrated the size of occupation misfortunes in the retail part after intense conditions on the High Street.
From the main quarter of 2018 to the principal quarter of 2019, retail lost 79,000 occupations. Altogether, 54,000 representative occupations went, and 25,000 independently employed retail employments.
Kyle Monk, head of retail knowledge and examination at the British Retail Consortium, stated: "It has been a fierce year, with some notable brands vanishing from our High Streets, as has been prove by the significant misfortune in retail occupations this quarter.
"Political and financial vulnerability has aggravated a significant number of the difficulties made by the pace of mechanical change."