Lithuania - Large segment of workers receives less than 325 euro - March 31, 2016

Statistics Lithuania has published updated data and graphs on the wage development (over the period October 2014-2015). The number of employees (including individual enterprises) with gross earnings of 325 euro and less stood at 212.1 thousand (19.2%). More than half of employees (127.8 thousand) earning 325 euro and less were working part-time. Over these twelve months, the number of full-time employees earning a minimum monthly wage decreased by 0.4 percentage points. In October 2015, the number of full-time employees earning the minimum wage, against the total number of full-time employees of the respective sector, stood at 8.8% (84.3 thousand) in the whole economy, or 5.9% (19.1 thousand) in the public sector and10.2% (65.2 thousand) in the private sector.

English: http://www.baltic-course.com/eng/analytics …  

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