Earnings in the private sector by occupational group and sex 1998-2014
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Unit
Thousand ISK
Latest update
3/31/2015
Creation date
3/30/2015
Source
Statistics Iceland
Matrix
VIN02015
Footnotes

Footnotes


Employees in the private sector are all employees that do receive
remunerationfrom other employees than municipalities and the central
government.
Earnings are monthly earnings in thousand ISK.

Paid hours are weekly hours paid.

Data are based on the Icelandic Survey on Wages, Earnings and Labour Cost which is a sample survey.

Full-time employees are defined as employees whose total working hours are equal or exceed 90% of minimum working hours, e.g. 173.3 for workers.

New economic activities are added in 2005 and 2012. In 2012 the classification of economic activities changes form NACE rev.1.1 to NACE rev. 2. This is important to keep in mind when comparing data between years.
Year

1998-2004:
Data is based on NACE rev.1.1 and includes the economic activities of Manufacturing (D), Construction (F), Wholesale and retail trade; repair (G), and Transport, storage and communication (I).

2005-2011:
Data is based on NACE rev.1.1 and includes the economic activities of Manufacturing (D), Construction (F), Wholesale and retail trade; repair (G), Transport, storage and communication (I), and Financial intermediation (J).

2012- :
Preliminary numbers.
Data is based on NACE rev.2 and includes the 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 (G), 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.
Earnings and working hours
Regular earnings - total
Regular earnings is the remuneration for regular working hours, that is ordinary working hours according to collective agreements, both daytime and shift-work hours. Regular earnings for part-time employees are full-time equivalence.
Regular earnings - part-time
Regular earnings is the remuneration for regular working hours, that is ordinary working hours according to collective agreements, both daytime and shift-work hours. Regular earnings for part-time employees are full-time equivalence.
Regular earnings - full-time
Regular earnings is the remuneration for regular working hours, that is ordinary working hours according to collective agreements, both daytime and shift-work hours.
Total regular earnings - full-time
Total regular earnings is the total remuneration per month including overtime and sick days.
Total earnings - full-time
Total earnings is the total remuneration per month including piecework, irregular bonuses and various other irregular payments.
Hours paid - full-time
Hours paid are all working hours for full-time employees, whether being daytime, shift-work or overtime hours.