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Work, wages and livelihood

Index of wage and salary earnings

Official Statistics of Finland (OSF)
The index of wage and salary earnings measures the development in the average earnings of full-time wage and salary earners. It includes performance-based bonuses and agreement-based non-recurring items. The data are collected from different sources and published quarterly.

Producer:

Statistics Finland

Key figures

Index of wage and salary earnings (2015=100)

119.0
4th quarter 2023
Index of wage and salary earnings
Updated: 26/01/2024

Index of wage and salary earnings, annual change percentage

+5.0%
4th quarter 2023
Index of wage and salary earnings
Updated: 26/01/2024

Average monthly earnings of full-time wage and salary earners

3,994euros
4th quarter 2023
Index of wage and salary earnings
Updated: 26/01/2024

Releases

release | Index of wage and salary earnings 2022, index of regular earnings fixed by the main category of occupations
database release | Index of wage and salary earnings 2023, 3rd quarter
release | Index of wage and salary earnings 2023, 2nd quarter
release | Index of wage and salary earnings 2023, 1st quarter

Future releases

Figures

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Index of wage and salary earnings by employer sector 2015Q1-2023Q4*

Index of wage and salary earnings (2005=100) by gender and employer sector 2005Q1-2023Q4*

Index of wage and salary earnings and index of real wage and salary earnings (2005=100) 2005Q1-2023Q4*

Tables

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Index of wage and salary earnings, index of regular earnings and index of real wage and salary earnings by employer sector, quarterly data

Index of wage and salary earnings, index of regular earnings and index of real wage and salary earnings by employer sector, annual data

Statistical experts

Inquiries primarily
Jukka Tapio
Senior Statistician
029 551 3429
Other experts

Referencing instructions

Referencing instructions

The statistical data released before 5.4.2022 can be found on the archive pages of the statistics.

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