Liechtenstein - Wage data 2016 published - May 31, 2018

 The statistical office published the final wage data for 2016. The median gross wage in 2016 landed at 6603 Swiss francs, an increase 0ver two years with 1.2%.  The gender wage gap in 2014 was 15.2%. This gap slowly decreased in the two-years period that the office applied. Another report revealed that the number of households depending on social and economic protection has reached a record high level. The necessary budget increased from 3.5 million Swiss francs in 2007 to 9.8 million Swiss francs in 2017 (an increase of 181%).

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