Luxembourg - Wage comparison published - August 31, 2017

The statistical office has worked out a comparison of the sectoral wage developments in the neighbouring countries (Germany, Belgium, France). Much attention was given to the wage dynamic in the private and public sector. Because of the country’s large finance sector, the office focused especially on the wage formation in financial services. One of the findings is that the surrounding countries have no sector in the lead. But, there are important mutual interactions, both short-term and long-term, between sectoral bargaining.

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