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新加坡就业不变均收下跌

19/09/10

作者/来源:Blowin’ In The Wind(15-9-2010)/.pressrun.net
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根据人力部在今日发布的新加坡劳动市场调查,2010年Q2的就业状况维持不变但平均收入却是下跌了。

报告显示,依季度调节后的整体失业率维持不变的处于2.2%,新加坡居民的失业率是3.2%。

2010年6月的失业居民共有84, 400人,其中的16, 500人已经失业超过6个月。

平均收入从1月至3月的每月S$4, 310工资,下跌至4月至6月的每月S$3, 819工资。

平均实质收入由于消费价格上升而从S$4, 263下跌至S$3, 733。消费价格指标在第2季时同去年指标相比之下,上升了3.1%。

受最大冲击的员工来自旅店与餐饮业的182, 300雇员,他们的平均名义收入是S$1,451。以下例表显示新加坡的300万劳动人口在各行业的平均收入。

要留意的是,平均收入并没有完整的展示真实状况,因为其中有些行业的工资要比平均收入来得低。金融服务行业由于工资要高于平均工资一,所以承受较大幅度的工资削减,相反的,资讯行业工资则逆流而上的增长。

虽然各个行业的生产力有所增长,但是,平均工资不升反跌。这其中的例外是商业服务的生产力略为下跌0.7%,资讯业也下跌3.3%

下面例表显示各个行业的平均收入。这些数据来自人力部的第2季劳工市场报告。

下面例表展示新加坡全体劳动人口在各行各业的分布状况。生产业雇用543300名员工,建筑业雇用386700名员工,服务业则雇用了210万名员工,其中人数最大的640900名员工是从事干社区,社会与个人服务的服务业。最佳工资的172700名雇员从事金融服务业。数据单位是千。

原文来源:http://www.pressrun.net/weblog/2010/09/singapore-average-earnings-fall-not-unemployment.html

Singapore average earnings fall, not unemployment
Wednesday, September 15, 2010

Average earnings fell while there was no drop in unemployment in the second quarter of this year, according to the Singapore labour market survey released by the Manpower Ministry today.

The seasonally adjusted unemployment rates remained unchanged at 2.2 per cent overall and 3.2 per cent for Singapore residents, said the report.

There were 84,400 unemployed residents in June 2010. About 16,500 of them have been out of work for more than six months.

Average nominal earnings fell from S$4,310 a month in January-March to S$3,819 a month in April-June.

Average real earnings fell from S$4,263 to S$3,733 as consumer prices rose. The consumer price index was up 3.1 per cent in the second quarter compared with the same period last year. (See the Singapore Statistics Department data here.)

Generally worst off were the 182,300 people in the hotels and restaurants business, with average nominal earnings of S$1,451 a month. See the tables below showing the average earnings and occupations of Singapore’s three million working population.

The average earnings do not give the real picture, of course, as several sectors pay less than that. Financial services, which pay well above average, took the deepest cut while information and communications bucked the trend with an increase in earnings.

Average earnings fell despite productivity gains in almost every sector. The only sectors were productivity dropped were business services, down 0.7 per cent, and information and communications, down 3.3 per cent.

The table below shows the average earnings in different sectors. All the figures are from the ministry’s second quarter labour market report, which you can download here.

The table below shows Singapore’s total working population and which industry employs how many workers. The manufacturing industries employed 543,300 people, the construction sector 386,700 and the service sector 2.1 million people. The largest number of people were in community, social and personal services: 640,900. The best-paid financial services sector employed 172,700 people. All the figures below are in thousands.

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