-Similar numbers of migrants are employed in manufacturing and hotels/accommodation - but weekly pay in manufacturing is £339 higher as more workers in this sector are covered by union agreements.
-In agriculture, pay and conditions for both migrant and UK workers has deteriorated as a result of the abolition of the Agricultural Wages Board in 2013.
-Employers in the majority of sectors facing skills shortages have failed to adequately increase investment in skills since 2011.
The TUC has submitted evidence to the Migration Advisory Committee (MAC) consultation on EEA migrants in the UK labour market. In the submission the TUC highlights: