Average wage up 1.2%

The average wage paid to Israeli workers per job was NIS 7,179 in November 2005, reflecting a 1.2 percent rise in annual terms and fixed prices in October and November, the Central Bureau of Statistics said Monday, citing trend data.

By DANIEL KENNEMER
February 7, 2006 07:23

 
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The average wage paid to Israeli workers per job was NIS 7,179 in November 2005, reflecting a 1.2 percent rise in annual terms and fixed prices in October and November, the Central Bureau of Statistics said Monday, citing trend data. Foreign and Palestinian workers earned NIS 4,078 per position held, on average. Israeli citizens worked in a total of 2,478,100 wage-earning positions, including additional jobs held by one individual. Some 61,600 jobs in Israel were held by foreign workers and 9,700 were held by Palestinians.

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