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In 2022, average labor income rose by 4%: less than half the inflation rate.  Data from the INPS Observatory

In 2022, average labor income rose by 4%: less than half the inflation rate. Data from the INPS Observatory

The average annual income from work in 2022 increased by 4% compared to the previous year, reaching just over 24 thousand euros. However, the increase is equivalent to less than half of the increase in prices during the same period, which amounted to 8.1%. This is what the National Institute of Statistics revealed in the Observatory for Employers and the Self-Employed, issued on December 13. It emerges from the data […]

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I Average annual income from work In 2022, it rose by 4% compared to the previous year, reaching slightly higher 24 euro miles. However, the increase is equivalent to less than half of the increase in prices during the same period, which amounted to 8.1%. This is what he revealedInps NileObservatory of workers and self-employed professionals, released on December 13. The data also shows that men worked an average of 43.9 weeks on €27,254, while women, with 42.1 working weeks, stopped at €27,254. 20,378 euros. In practice, men conceived on average 33.74% more than women.

There are large differences in wages between different categories of workers. the Collaborators Registered at the separate management station at 13,465, i.e Merchants At 21.590, Craftsmen Just over 22k, while I Private sector employees Their number is 23820 and those general To 35 thousand. the Officials They are upping the average, earning a 52.152 average on the year. However, it should be noted that this is reported for craftsmen and merchants Declared income (Source: Ministry of Finance) if any. Otherwise, income is estimated taking into account the contribution due and based on the months of registration in INPS.

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The total number of employees during the year was equal to: 26,300,000An increase of 2% compared to 2021 and 3% compared to 2019 before the pandemic.