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Income from employment is a key indicator of economic well-being.
Gross monthly income from work is the widest measure of income from employment, covering both employees and the self-employed. For income of a typical worker, look at the median gross monthly income. This is the income in the middle, after the workers are ranked by their income.
If you are interested in wage increases that employers give over the year, then look at the annual wage changes. This indicator provides a breakdown of changes in total wages into basic wages and bonuses.
Gross Monthly Income From Work Table(s) for 2017 can be found in the following release(s).
Released on: 15 March 2018
Released on: 26 January 2018
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