Sweden - Wage data updated - August 31, 2019

The Labour Cost Index in June 2019 for the private sector was 131.5 for wage earners and 134.3 for salaried employees. Compared with June 2018, labour costs have increased by 2.1% for wage earners and by 2.4% for salaried employees. Since mid-2019, a slowdown on the labour market has become manifest.

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