Average Monthly Earnings


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Average Monthly Earnings

The average income an individual earns each month over his/her working life, as calculated by the Social Security Administration. The AIME is calculated using the 35 highest-earning years (after the 21st birthday) of an individual's life. If one worked for fewer than 35 years, zeros are entered for years one did not work up to 35. See also: Average Indexed Monthly Earnings.
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The post Employees' average monthly earnings down 0.
From 2000 to 2001 the average monthly earnings for full-time employees in the ICT sector rose by NOK2,400 or 8.
Average monthly earnings were recorded at EUR 1,958, with males earning 22% more at EUR 2,139 and females at EUR 1,749.
Statistics Norway, the Norwegian state statistics agency, said today (8 April) that Norwegian full-time central government employees, excluding health services, had average monthly earnings of NOK27,000 as at 1 October 2002.
Compared to 2011, Slovenia's average monthly earnings for 2012 increased slightly in nominal terms (gross earnings by 0.
According to the preliminary estimates, average monthly earnings of employees during the fourth quarter of 2011 amounted to EUR 2,288 (males EUR 2,483 and females EUR 2,061).
Full-time employees in health activities had average monthly earnings of NOK24,700 in 2002 while full-time employees in social work activities had average monthly earnings of NOK21,800, according to Statistics Norway.
In the third quarter of 2011 average monthly earnings of employees rose by 2.
The average monthly earnings were NOK28,800 for full-time employees in publicly maintained schools per 1 October 2002, the agency said.
The average monthly earnings of employees in Cyprus during the third quarter of 2011 amounted to 1,905 euros, with males earning 2,091 and females 1,686 euros.
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