Monthly earnings up NOK 1 100
Full-time employees in private health and social work activities had monthly earning, excluding overtime pay, of NOK 35 100 as per 1 October 2012. This was a year-on-year increase of NOK 1100 or 3.2 per cent.
|Monthly earnings||Basic monthly salary|
|2012||2011 - 2012||2012||2011 - 2012|
|Health- and social work activities, total||34 700||3.6||33 900||4.0|
|Males||38 700||3.2||37 600||3.3|
|Females||33 400||3.7||32 800||4.5|
|Full-time employees||35 100||3.2||34 600||3.6|
|Males||39 100||2.6||38 200||2.7|
|Females||33 600||3.7||33 200||4.1|
|Part-time employees||33 500||4.4||32 100||4.9|
|Males||36 400||6.1||33 900||6.3|
|Females||33 100||4.1||31 800||4.6|
Monthly earnings for full-time employees in health activities were NOK 41 100 as per 1 October 2012, which corresponds to a year-on-year increase of 3.3 per cent. Full-time employees in social work activities had average monthly earnings of NOK 32 300. This corresponds to a year-on-year growth of 3.9 per cent.
The statistics are based on information from a sample of enterprises covering a total of 36 483 full-time employees and 27 140 part-time employees. The total number of employees that forms the basis for weighting is99 100 inprivate health and social work activities, according to the Norwegian Central Register of Enterprises and Establishments.
The term average monthly earnings is the main term in Statistics Norway's wage statistics. Monthly earnings cover basic salaries, variable additional allowances and bonuses. Payment for overtime work is not included but is presented in the statistics separately.
Structural changes within the division along with the outcome of collective bargaining would have a certain effect on the wage increase being measured.