Monthly wage index by sector from 2015
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Latest update
9/22/2017
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VIS04021
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The wage index by sector is a price index based on data from the Icelandic Survey on Wages, Earnings and Labour cost. The index reflects changes in regular wages paid for fixed working hours. The index is based on earnings for contractual working hours and includes all wages paid for daytime and fixed overtime hours, including additional payments and bonuses. Irregular payments and employers' social contributions and taxes are excluded.Employees in the public sector recieve renumeration from either municipalities or the central government. Other employees belong to the private sector. The private sector is based on following economic activities: Manufacturing (C), Electricity, gas, steam, and air conditioning supply (D), Water supply; sewerage, waste management and remediation activities (E), Construction (F), Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles (G), Transportation and storage (H), Information and communication (J) and Financial and insurance activities (K). In the economic activity J, small enterprises and enterprises in the IT business are missing.
Calculations are based on numbers with full decimals. This can result in discrepancies in published data.Base December 2014 = 100.
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Employees in the public sector recieve renumeration from either municipalities or the central government. Other employees belong to the private sector.