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Latest publication: Wage and salary indices 2019, March

Published: 15 January 2013

Wages and salaries sum grew by 2.9 per cent year-on-year in September to November

According to Statistics Finland, the wages and salaries sum of the whole economy was 2.9 per cent greater in the past September to November period than in the corresponding period twelve months earlier. In November alone, the wages and salaries sum of the whole economy grew by 5.2 per cent year-on-year. In the September to November period one year ago, the wages and salaries sum grew by 4.2 per cent.

Year-on-year change in wages and salaries sum in the 9-11/2012 and 9-11/2011 time periods, % (TOL 2008)

Year-on-year change in wages and salaries sum in the 9-11/2012 and 9-11/2011 time periods, % (TOL 2008)

The wages and salaries sum grew in the September to November period in all main industries with the exception of manufacturing, where the wages and salaries sum maintained its level from twelve months back. The growth was fastest in the private health and social work (7.5%).

The wages and salaries sum refers to the sum total of the gross wages and salaries paid to employees without incentive stock options. The wages and salaries sum is influenced by changes in employment and in the earnings level of wage and salary earners.

The wage and salary indices will adopt base year 2010=100 from the January 2013 data. Data using the new base year will be published for the first time on 13 March 2013.


Source: Wage and salary indices, Statistics Finland

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Official Statistics of Finland (OSF): Wage and salary indices [e-publication].
ISSN=1798-6125. November 2012. Helsinki: Statistics Finland [referred: 21.7.2019].
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