"Wages increased the fastest in February since financial crisis"

The average wage increase in February was 2.78 percent, the highest point since the financial crisis of ten years ago. Employers organization AWVN writes that Thursday.


The average wage increase in February was 2.78 percent, the highest point since the financial crisis of ten years ago. Employers organization AWVN writes that Thursday.

The wage increase is also higher than the average of last year. In 2018, the average wage agreement was still at 2.34 percent.

The average wage increase also increased compared to January, when it was 2.71 percent. Wages have been on the rise for eighteen months.

In total, a total of 415 collective agreements will expire in 2019 for 3 million employees.

ref: nunl

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