Countries With Lowest Wage Growth - Bottom 10 World

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Wage Growth Latest Reference
France
Switzerland
Macedonia
Germany
Cyprus
Euro Area
Italy
Australia
Netherlands
United Kingdom

France Monthly Wages Growth QoQ latest value is 0.70 percent. Source: DARES, France. NSA. Forecast: 0.3084 percent.
Switzerland Nominal Wage Growth was last reported at 0.80 percent. Source: Swiss Federal Statistical Office. NSA. Forecast: 0.9356 percent.
Macedonia Real Wage Growth stands at 1.00 percent. Source: National Bank of the Republic of Macedonia. NSA. Forecast: 1.3324 percent.
Germany Real Wage Growth YoY latest value is 1.10 percent. Source: Statistisches Bundesamt. NSA, 2010=100. Forecast: 0.9092 percent.
Cyprus Wage Growth was last reported at 1.20 percent. Source: Statistical Service of the Republic of Cyprus. NSA. Forecast: 1.0677 percent.
Italy Hourly Wage Inflation YoY latest value is 2.00 percent. Source: National Institute of Statistics (ISTAT). 2010=100; NSA. Forecast: 1.8915 percent.
Australia Annual Change in Hourly Rates of Pay was last reported at 2.10 percent. Source: Australian Bureau of Statistics. 2008-2009= 100; SA. Forecast: 2.1056 percent.
Netherlands Hourly Wage Growth YoY latest value is 2.19 percent. Source: Statistics Netherlands. NSA. Forecast: 1.7238 percent.
United Kingdom Average Weekly Earnings Growth stands at 2.40 percent. Source: Office for National Statistics. SA. Forecast: 2.535 percent.
The country with lowest Wage Growth is France (0.70 percent in Q1 2018) followed by Switzerland (0.80 percent in Q1 2018) in the second position and Macedonia (1.00 percent in Q2 2017) in the third.