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Labour Cost Index (Salary and Wage Rates): Sep 2012 Quarter


Labour Cost Index (Salary and Wage Rates): September 2012 quarter key facts

In the September 2012 quarter, salary and wage rates (including overtime) rose 0.5 percent.

In the year to the September 2012 quarter:
• Salary and wage rates (including overtime) increased 1.9 percent.
• Overtime wage rates increased 2.4 percent.
• Private sector salary and ordinary time wage rates increased 2.1 percent.

Attached is information about the statistics released today.

Media release (pdf) Information release (pdf) Tables (xls)

(See attached file: LabourCostIndexSalaryandWageRatesSep12qtrMR.pdf)(See attached file: LabourCostIndexSalaryandWageRatesSep12qtr.pdf)(See attached file: lciswr-Sep12qtr-tables.xls)

Labour Cost Index Salary and Wage Rates Sep 12 qtr MR.pdf

Labour Cost Index Salary and Wage Rates Sep12qtr.pdf

lciswr Sep12qtr tables.xls


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