Monday September 15, 2014 Search
Weather | Athens
29o C
20o C
News
Business
Comment
Life
Sports
Community
Survival Guide
Greek Edition
Wages and salaries drop more in 2013

The average salary at Greek enterprises fell a further 10.27 percent in 2013, while the earnings drop in the construction sector was even steeper, at 15.82 percent, according to data compiled by the Social Security Foundation (IKA). Average daily wages fell 6.92 percent and 7.11 percent respectively.

According to the data, the average daily wage of those in full-time employment (excluding the financial sector) came to 54.66 euros and the average monthly salary to 1,265.08 euros. In part-time employment the respective rates were 25.07 euros and 445.33 euros. The average wage in the construction sector was 43.08 euros and the average salary 561.33 euros.

The IKA data show that the smaller the business the lower the remuneration. At those with fewer than 10 workers, the average daily wage for full-time work was 63.3 percent of the average at larger firms, while the respective average salary stood at 60.78 percent.

The wages of women in full-time employment stood at 84.4 percent of mens, while for part-time work the respective rate was 95.42 percent.

Retail and wholesale commerce remained the largest employers, accounting for 21.98 percent of jobs. Manufacturing was next with 14.42 percent and tourism third with 10.90 percent.

ekathimerini.com , Monday August 18, 2014 (21:53)  
OMT may be key to full market access
US real estate companies flock to Greece
Ship equipment makers strike deals with foreign shipyards
Hoteliers fear more trouble from Russia
Central Athens traffic restrictions back in force on Monday
Traffic restrictions, or "daktylios" in Greek, go back in force in downtown Athens on Monday, following the summer break. Cars with license plates ending in an odd number are allowed into th...
Soccer fan clinically dead after clashes on Crete
A 46-year-old soccer fan was pronounced clinically dead on Sunday evening on Crete as violence between supporters of third division clubs Irodotos and Ethnikos Piraeus came to a tragic concl...
Inside News
WATER POLO
Greece wins womens U19 Europeans in water polo
Greece won the womens European Under-19 Championship in Italy beating the host in Sundays final, for what was the countrys second gold medal in the competitions history. The Greek teenag...
SOCCER
Veria alone on Super League summit
Olympiakos appeared in fine shape ahead of its Champions League premiere against Atletico Madrid on Tuesday, beating visiting OFI 3-0 on Saturday, but Macedonian minnows Veria are those that...
Inside Sports
COMMENTARY
Greece on standby
Greece is nervous and stagnating. Europe too is nervous, yet in motion. France is jolting along: President Francois Hollande is trying to deflect attention from the unpleasant situation at h...
EDITORIAL
Bias in the judiciary
There was a time when the Greek justice system was shackled to the whims of political parties as appointments and often decisions were dictated by central party headquarters. Today, the judi...
Inside Comment
SPONSORED LINK: FinanzNachrichten.de
SPONSORED LINK: BestPrice.gr
RECENT NEWS
1. Central Athens traffic restrictions back in force on Monday
2. Greece wins womens U19 Europeans in water polo
3. Veria alone on Super League summit
4. Soccer fan clinically dead after clashes on Crete
5. OMT may be key to full market access
6. US real estate companies flock to Greece
more news
Today
This Week
1. Central Athens traffic restrictions back in force on Monday
2. US real estate companies flock to Greece
3. Ship equipment makers strike deals with foreign shipyards
4. Hoteliers fear more trouble from Russia
5. OMT may be key to full market access
6. Agenda
Today
This Week
1. A Greek God
2. Avramopoulos appointed Commissioner for Migration and Home Affairs
3. Greece on standby
4. Pavlos Fyssas murder trial expected to start before the end of the year
5. EU bank tests may miss trillion dollar risk, study finds
6. SYRIZA spokesman suggests gov't sought to stop NERIT airing Tsipras speech live
Find us ...
... on
Twitter
... on Facebook
About us  |  Subscriptions  |  Advertising  |  Contact us  |  Athens Plus  |  RSS  |   
Copyright 2014, H KAΘHMEPINH All Rights Reserved.