Manufacturing wages rose in 2Q

The Manufacturers Association of Israel reported on Sunday that monthly wages in the country's industrial sector rose 4.1 percent to NIS 10,535 over the second quarter of 2007.

By MATTHEW KRIEGER
October 1, 2007 07:22

 
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The Manufacturers Association of Israel reported on Sunday that monthly wages in the country's industrial sector rose 4.1 percent to NIS 10,535 over the second quarter of 2007. The highest salaries, according to the Association, belong to workers in the electrical manufacturing sector, with average monthly income of NIS 20,244, while the shoe and leather-making sectors pay on average the lowest monthly wages, NIS 5,656, still 52% higher than the minimum wage.

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