Liechtenstein - Wage statistics 2014 - February 28, 2017

The statistical Yearbook 2017 includes a chapter on labour and employment. An analysis of the wage statistics (only available till 2014) reveals that the average gross wage increased with 2.2% compared to the year 2012. Wages in industry went beyond that level with a 2.7% increase, while services scored a modest 1.7%. The overall wage level was 1.5% higher than the level in neighbouring country Switzerland. The gender gap between men and women slightly decreased, but stayed substantial with 16.5% lower pay for women. The biannual report Lohnstatistik 2014 provides details on wages with regard to sectors, gender, labour contract form, age, regions and nationality and company size.  

Statistical Yearbook 2017 (in German): http://www.llv.li/files ...  

Final wage statistics 2014 (in German): http://www.llv.li/files/as/lohnstatistik ...  

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