Countries With Lowest Wage Growth - Bottom 10 World

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Wage Growth Latest Reference
Cyprus
Euro Area
European Union
France
Germany
Italy
Japan
Netherlands
Slovenia
Switzerland

Cyprus Wage Growth was last reported at 0.50 percent. Source: Statistical Service of the Republic of Cyprus. NSA. Forecast: 0.7 percent.
France Monthly Wages Growth QoQ stands at 0.50 percent. Source: DARES, France. Forecast: 0.5 percent.
Italy Hourly Wage Inflation YoY latest value is 0.50 percent. Source: National Institute of Statistics (ISTAT). Forecast: 0.5 percent.
Germany Real Wage Growth YoY was last reported at 0.60 percent. Source: Statistisches Bundesamt. Forecast: 0.8 percent.
Japan Total Cash Earnings Growth stands at 0.70 percent. Source: Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare, Japan. Forecast: 0.6 percent.
Switzerland Nominal Wage Growth latest value is 0.70 percent. Source: Swiss Federal Statistical Office. Forecast: 1 percent.
Slovenia Wage Growth was last reported at 1.27 percent. Source: Statistical Office of the Republic of Slovenia. NSA. Forecast: 1.2 percent.
Netherlands Hourly Wage Growth YoY stands at 1.30 percent. Source: Statistics Netherlands. Forecast: 1.32 percent.
Euro Area Wage Growth latest value is 1.40 percent. Source: Eurostat. WDA. Forecast: 1.6 percent.
European Union Wage Growth was last reported at 1.60 percent. Source: Eurostat. WDA. Forecast: 1.8 percent.
The country with lowest Wage Growth is Cyprus (0.50 percent in Q1 2017) followed by France (0.50 percent in Q1 2017) in the second position and Italy (0.50 percent in May 2017) in the third.