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1 йупяиайг дглойяатиа REPUBLIC OF CYPRUS е я е у м а A п о к а б ы м S T R U C T U R E O F E A R N I N G S S U R V E Y статистийг упгяесиа STATISTICAL SERVICE еяцатийщр статистийщр Labour Statistics сеияэ VI Series VI ая. ЙХЕСГР 2 Report No. 2

2 ISSN: Copyright: 2013 йупяиайч дглойяатъа/republic of Cyprus амадглосъеусг ЕПИТЯщПЕТАИ ЛЕ ТГМ ПЯОШПЭХЕСГ ЭТИ Хa АМАЖщЯЕТАИ Г ПГЦч. Quotations are permitted on the condition that the source is stated.

3 (Eurostat) 530/ PREFACE This report is published for the second time and presents the results of the Structure of Earnings Survey for the year It incorporates data on the structure of earnings of employees by sex economic activity occupational group highest completed level of education age length of service citizenship and other. The collection of the data was undertaken by the Statistical Service with personal interviews in enterprises. The questionnaire for the data collection has been prepared on the basis of the recommendations of the European Statistical Office (Eurostat) according to Regulation 530/1999. This report was prepared by Ms. Marilena Loukaidou of the Wages and Labour Costs Unit under the guidance of Mr. Alecos Agathangelou First Statistics Officer head of the Division. The computer processing of this report was undertaken by Mrs. Maria Panagi. Sincere thanks and appreciation are extended to the various Government Departments for their valuable assistance and cooperation and to all private firms and individuals for providing the necessary data... G. Chr. Georgiou Director Statistical Service 2013 September 2013

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5 пеяиеволема 5 секъда Page CONTENTS пяокоцос пеяиеволема еисацыцг таутэтгта ЙАИ стэвор ТГР ЯЕУМАР леходокоцъа ЯЕУМАР йуяиэтеяа апотекщслата ЯЕУМАР ояислоъ PREFACE CONTENTS INTRODUCTION Identity and Objective of the Survey Survey Methodology Main Results of the Survey Definitions пимайес TABLES леяос а лесес ыяиаиес апокабес упаккгкым 4793 PART а MEAN HOURLY EARNINGS OF EMPLOYEES а1. лщсер ЫЯИАъЕР АПОКАБщР УПАККчКЫМ ЙАТэ ОИЙОМОЛИЙч ДЯАСТГЯИЭТГТА ТЩПО ЕЯЦОДЭТГСГР ЙАИ ЖЩКО а2. лщсер ЫЯИАъЕР АПОКАБщР УПАККчКЫМ ЙАТэ ЕПАЦЦЕКЛАТИЙч ЙАТГЦОЯъА ТЩПО ЕЯЦОДЭТГСГР ЙАИ ЖЩКО а3. лщсер ЫЯИАъЕР АПОКАБщР УПАККчКЫМ ЙАТэ ОИЙОМОЛИЙч ДЯАСТГЯИЭТГТА ГКИЙИАЙч ОЛэДА ТЩПО ЕЯЦОДЭТГСГР ЙАИ ЖЩКО а4. лщсер ЫЯИАъЕР АПОКАБщР УПАККчКЫМ ЙАТэ ЕПАЦЦЕКЛАТИЙч ЙАТГЦОЯъА ГКИЙИАЙч ОЛэДА ТЩПО ЕЯЦОДЭТГСГР ЙАИ ЖЩКО а5. лщсер ЫЯИАъЕР АПОКАБщР УПАККчКЫМ ЙАТэ ЕПАЦЦЕКЛАТИЙч ЙАТГЦОЯъА ДИэЯЙЕИА УПГЯЕСъАР СТГМ ЕПИВЕъЯГСГ ТЩПО ЕЯЦОДЭТГСГР ЙАИ ЖЩКО а6. лщсер ЫЯИАъЕР АПОКАБщР УПАККчКЫМ ЙАТэ ЕПАЦЦЕКЛАТИЙч ЙАТГЦОЯъА АМЧТАТО ОКОЙКГЯЫЛщМО ЕПъПЕДО ЛЭЯЖЫСГР ТЩПО ЕЯЦОДЭТГСГР ЙАИ ЖЩКО а7. лщсер ЫЯИАъЕР АПОКАБщР УПАККчКЫМ ЙАТэ ЕПАЦЦЕКЛАТИЙч ЙАТГЦОЯъА ОИЙОМОЛИЙч ДЯАСТГЯИЭТГТА ТЩПО ЕЯЦОДЭТГСГР ЙАИ ЖЩКО A1. Mean hourly earnings of employees by economic activity type of employment and sex A2. Mean hourly earnings of employees by occupational group type of employment and sex A3. Mean hourly earnings of employees by economic activity age group type of employment and sex A4. Mean hourly earnings of employees by occupational group age group type of employment and sex A5. Mean hourly earnings of employees by occupational group length of service in the enterprise type of employment and sex A6. Mean hourly earnings of employees by occupational group highest completed level of education type of employment and sex A7. Mean hourly earnings of employees by occupational group economic activity type of employment and sex

6 леяос б лесес лгмиаиес апокабес пкгяыс апасвокоулемым упаккгкым 6 секъда Page PART B MEAN MONTHLY EARNINGS OF FULLTIME EMPLOYEES б1. лщсер ЛГМИАъЕР СУМОКИЙщР АПОКАБщР АПОКАБщР УПЕЯЫЯИЧМ ЙАИ ПКГЯЫЛщР ЦИА БэЯДИА ЙАТэ ОИЙОМОЛИЙч ДЯАСТГЯИЭТГТА ЙАИ ЖЩКО б2. лщсер ЛГМИАъЕР СУМОКИЙщР АПОКАБщР АПОКАБщР УПЕЯЫЯИЧМ ЙАИ ПКГЯЫЛщР ЦИА БэЯДИА ЙАТэ ЕПАЦЦЕКЛАТИЙч ЙАТГЦОЯъА ЙАИ ЖЩКО б3. лщсер ЛГМИАъЕР СУМОКИЙщР АПОКАБщР АПОКАБщР УПЕЯЫЯИЧМ ЙАИ ПКГЯЫЛщР ЦИА БэЯДИА ЙАТэ ЕПАЦЦЕКЛАТИЙч ЙАТГЦОЯъА ОИЙОМОЛИЙч ДЯАСТГЯИЭТГТА ЙАИ ЖЩКО б4. лщсер ЛГМИАъЕР СУМОКИЙщР АПОКАБщР АПОКАБщР УПЕЯЫЯИЧМ ЙАИ ПКГЯЫЛщР ЦИА БэЯДИА ЙАТэ ОИЙОМОЛИЙч ДЯАСТГЯИЭТГТА ГКИЙИАЙч ОЛэДА ЙАИ ЖЩКО б5. лщсер ЛГМИАъЕР СУМОКИЙщР АПОКАБщР АПОКАБщР УПЕЯЫЯИЧМ ЙАИ ПКГЯЫЛщР ЦИА БэЯДИА ЙАТэ ОИЙОМОЛИЙч ДЯАСТГЯИЭТГТА ДИэЯЙЕИА УПГЯЕСъАР СТГМ ЕПИВЕъЯГСГ ЙАИ ЖЩКО б6. лщсер ЛГМИАъЕР СУМОКИЙщР АПОКАБщР АПОКАБщР УПЕЯЫЯИЧМ ЙАИ ПКГЯЫЛщР ЦИА БэЯДИА ЙАТэ ЕПАЦЦЕКЛАТИЙч ЙАТГЦОЯъА ГКИЙИАЙч ОЛэДА ЙАИ ЖЩКО б7. лщсер ЛГМИАъЕР СУМОКИЙщР АПОКАБщР АПОКАБщР УПЕЯЫЯИЧМ ЙАИ ПКГЯЫЛщР ЦИА БэЯДИА ЙАТэ ЕПАЦЦЕКЛАТИЙч ЙАТГЦОЯъА ДИэЯЙЕИА УПГЯЕСъАР СТГМ ЕПИВЕъЯГСГ ЙАИ ЖЩКО б8. лщсер ЛГМИАъЕР СУМОКИЙщР АПОКАБщР АПОКАБщР УПЕЯЫЯИЧМ ЙАИ ПКГЯЫЛщР ЦИА БэЯДИА ЙАТэ ЕПАЦЦЕКЛАТИЙч ЙАТГЦОЯъА АМЧТАТО ОКОЙКГЯЫЛщМО ЕПъПЕДО ЛЭЯЖЫСГР ЙАИ ЖЩКО б9. лщсер ЛГМИАъЕР СУМОКИЙщР АПОКАБщР АПОКАБщР УПЕЯЫЯИЧМ ЙАИ ПКГЯЫЛщР ЦИА БэЯДИА ЙАТэ ОИЙОМОЛИЙч ДЯАСТГЯИЭТГТА ЕПАЦЦЕКЛАТИЙч ЙАТГЦОЯъА ЙАИ ЙэКУЬГ СУККОЦИЙчР СЩЛБАСГР б10. лщсер ЛГМИАъЕР СУМОКИЙщР АПОКАБщР ЙАТэ ЕПАЦЦЕКЛАТИЙч ЙАТГЦОЯъА ДИэЯЙЕИА УПГЯЕСъАР СТГМ ЕПИВЕъЯГСГ ТЩПО ХщСГР ЙАИ ЖЩКО B1. Mean total monthly earnings overtime earnings and shiftwork payments by economic activity and sex B2. Mean total monthly earnings overtime earnings and shiftwork payments by occupational group and sex B3. Mean total monthly earnings overtime earnings and shiftwork payments by occupational group economic activity and sex B4. Mean total monthly earnings overtime earnings and shiftwork payments by economic activity age group and sex B5. Mean total monthly earnings overtime earnings and shiftwork payments by economic activity length of service in the enterprise and sex B6. Mean total monthly earnings overtime earnings and shiftwork payments by occupational group age group and sex B7. Mean total monthly earnings overtime earnings and shiftwork payments by occupational group length of service in the enterprise and sex B8. Mean total monthly earnings overtime earnings and shiftwork payments by occupational group highest completed level of education and sex B9. Mean total monthly earnings overtime earnings and shiftwork payments by economic activity occupational group and coverage by collective pay agreement B10. Mean total monthly earnings by occupational group length of service in the enterprise type of position and sex

7 б11. лщсер ЛГМИАъЕР СУМОКИЙщР АПОКАБщР ЙАТэ ЕПАЦЦЕКЛАТИЙч ЙАТГЦОЯъА УПГЙОЭТГТА ЙАИ ЖЩКО б12. лщсер ЛГМИАъЕР СУМОКИЙщР АПОКАБщР ЙАТэ ОИЙОМОЛИЙч ДЯАСТГЯИЭТГТА УПГЙОЭТГТА ЙАИ ЖЩКО б13. лщсер ЛГМИАъЕР СУМОКИЙщР АПОКАБщР ЙАТэ АМЧТАТО ОКОЙКГЯЫЛщМО ЕПъПЕДО ЛЭЯЖЫСГР УПГЙОЭТГТА ЙАИ ЖЩКО б14. лщсер ЛГМИАъЕР СУМОКИЙщР АПОКАБщР ЙАТэ ДИэЯЙЕИА УПГЯЕСъАР СТГМ ЕПИВЕъЯГСГ УПГЙОЭТГТА ЙАИ ЖЩКО б15. лщсер ЛГМИАъЕР СУМОКИЙщР АПОКАБщР ЙАТэ ЕПАЦЦЕКЛАТИЙч ЙАТГЦОЯъА АМЧТАТО ОКОЙКГЯЫЛщМО ЕПъПЕДО ЛЭЯЖЫСГР УПГЙОЭТГТА ЙАИ ЖЩКО б16. лщсер ЛГМИАъЕР СУМОКИЙщР АПОКАБщР ЙАТэ ОИЙОМОЛИЙч ДЯАСТГЯИЭТГТА ГКИЙИАЙч ОЛэДА ЛОЯЖч ОИЙОМОЛИЙОЩ ЕКщЦВОУ ТГР ЕПИВЕъЯГСГР ЙАИ ЖЩКО б17. лщсер ЛГМИАъЕР СУМОКИЙщР АПОКАБщР ЙАТэ ЕПАЦЦЕКЛАТИЙч ЙАТГЦОЯъА ГКИЙИАЙч ОЛэДА ЛОЯЖч ОИЙОМОЛИЙОЩ ЕКщЦВОУ ТГР ЕПИВЕъЯГСГР ЙАИ ЖЩКО б18. лщсер ЛГМИАъЕР СУМОКИЙщР АПОКАБщР ЙАТэ ЕПАЦЦЕКЛАТИЙч ЙАТГЦОЯъА ДИэЯЙЕИА УПГЯЕСъАР СТГМ ЕПИВЕъЯГСГ ЛОЯЖч ОИЙОМОЛИЙОЩ ЕКщЦВОУ ТГР ЕПИВЕъЯГСГР ЙАИ ЖЩКО б19. лщсер ЛГМИАъЕР СУМОКИЙщР АПОКАБщР ЙАТэ ЕПАЦЦЕКЛАТИЙч ЙАТГЦОЯъА АМЧТАТО ОКОЙКГЯЫЛщМО ЕПъПЕДО ЛЭЯЖЫСГР ЛОЯЖч ОИЙОМОЛИЙОЩ ЕКщЦВОУ ТГР ЕПИВЕъЯГСГР ЙАИ ЖЩКО 7 секъда Page B11. Mean total monthly earnings by occupational group citizenship and sex B12. Mean total monthly earnings by economic activity citizenship and sex B13. Mean total monthly earnings by highest completed level of education citizenship and sex B14. Mean total monthly earnings by length of service in the enterprise citizenship and sex B15. Mean total monthly earnings by occupational group highest completed level of education citizenship and sex B16. Mean total monthly earnings by economic activity age group form of financial control of the enterprise and sex B17. Mean total monthly earnings by occupational group age group form of financial control of the enterprise and sex B18. Mean total monthly earnings by occupational group length of service in the enterprise form of financial control of the enterprise and sex B19. Mean total monthly earnings by occupational group highest completed level of education form of financial control of the enterprise and sex леяос ц лесес етгсиес апокабес пкгяыс апасвокоулемым упаккгкым PART C MEAN ANNUAL EARNINGS OF FULLTIME EMPLOYEES ц1. лщсор ЭЯОР ЕТчСИЫМ СУМОКИЙЧМ АПОКАБЧМ ЕТчСИЫМ ЛГСТАХЕЯЧМ ЕПИДОЛэТЫМ ЙАИ ЕТчСИЫМ АПОКАБЧМ УПЕЯЫЯИЧМ ЙАТэ ОИЙОМОЛИЙч ДЯАСТГЯИЭТГТА ЙАИ ЖЩКО ц2. лщсор ЭЯОР ЕТчСИЫМ СУМОКИЙЧМ АПОКАБЧМ ЕТчСИЫМ ЛГСТАХЕЯЧМ ЕПИДОЛэТЫМ ЙАИ ЕТчСИЫМ АПОКАБЧМ УПЕЯЫЯИЧМ ЙАТэ ЕПАЦЦЕКЛАТИЙч ЙАТГЦОЯъА ЙАИ ЖЩКО C1. Mean total annual earnings annual irregular bonuses and annual overtime earnings by economic activity and sex C2. Mean total annual earnings annual irregular bonuses and annual overtime earnings by occupational group and sex

8 ц3. лщсор ЭЯОР ЕТчСИЫМ СУМОКИЙЧМ АПОКАБЧМ ЕТчСИЫМ ЛГСТАХЕЯЧМ ЕПИДОЛэТЫМ ЙАИ ЕТчСИЫМ АПОКАБЧМ УПЕЯЫЯИЧМ ЙАТэ ЕПАЦЦЕКЛАТИЙч ЙАТГЦОЯъА ОИЙОМОЛИЙч ДЯАСТГЯИЭТГТА ЙАИ ЖЩКО ц4. лщсор ЭЯОР ЕТчСИЫМ СУМОКИЙЧМ АПОКАБЧМ ЕТчСИЫМ ЛГСТАХЕЯЧМ ЕПИДОЛэТЫМ ЙАИ ЕТчСИЫМ АПОКАБЧМ УПЕЯЫЯИЧМ ЙАТэ ОИЙОМОЛИЙч ДЯАСТГЯИЭТГТА ГКИЙИАЙч ОЛэДА ЙАИ ЖЩКО ц5. лщсор ЭЯОР ЕТчСИЫМ СУМОКИЙЧМ АПОКАБЧМ ЕТчСИЫМ ЛГСТАХЕЯЧМ ЕПИДОЛэТЫМ ЙАИ ЕТчСИЫМ АПОКАБЧМ УПЕЯЫЯИЧМ ЙАТэ ОИЙОМОЛИЙч ДЯАСТГЯИЭТГТА ДИэЯЙЕИА СТГМ ЕПИВЕъЯГСГ ЙАИ ЖЩКО УПГЯЕСъАР ц6. лщсор ЭЯОР ЕТчСИЫМ СУМОКИЙЧМ АПОКАБЧМ ЕТчСИЫМ ЛГСТАХЕЯЧМ ЕПИДОЛэТЫМ ЙАИ ЕТчСИЫМ АПОКАБЧМ УПЕЯЫЯИЧМ ЙАТэ ЕПАЦЦЕКЛАТИЙч ЙАТГЦОЯъА ГКИЙИАЙч ОЛэДА ЙАИ ЖЩКО ц7. лщсор ЭЯОР ЕТчСИЫМ СУМОКИЙЧМ АПОКАБЧМ ЕТчСИЫМ ЛГСТАХЕЯЧМ ЕПИДОЛэТЫМ ЙАИ ЕТчСИЫМ АПОКАБЧМ УПЕЯЫЯИЧМ ЙАТэ ЕПАЦЦЕКЛАТИЙч ЙАТГЦОЯъА ДИэЯЙЕИА УПГЯЕСъАР СТГМ ЕПИВЕъЯГСГ ЙАИ ЖЩКО ц8. лщсор ЭЯОР ЕТчСИЫМ СУМОКИЙЧМ АПОКАБЧМ ЕТчСИЫМ ЛГСТАХЕЯЧМ ЕПИДОЛэТЫМ ЙАИ ЕТчСИЫМ АПОКАБЧМ УПЕЯЫЯИЧМ ЙАТэ ЕПАЦЦЕКЛАТИЙч ЙАТГЦОЯъА АМЧТАТО ОКОЙКГЯЫЛщМО ЕПъПЕДО ЛЭЯЖЫСГР ЙАИ ЖЩКО ц9. лщсор ЭЯОР ЕТчСИЫМ СУМОКИЙЧМ АПОКАБЧМ ЕТчСИЫМ ЛГСТАХЕЯЧМ ЕПИДОЛэТЫМ ЙАИ ЕТчСИЫМ АПОКАБЧМ УПЕЯЫЯИЧМ ЙАТэ ОИЙОМОЛИЙч ДЯАСТГЯИЭТГТА ЕПАЦЦЕКЛАТИЙч ЙАТГЦОЯъА ЙАИ ЙэКУЬГ СУККОЦИЙчР СЩЛБАСГР ц10. лщсор ЭЯОР ЕТчСИЫМ СУМОКИЙЧМ АПОКАБЧМ ЙАТэ ЕПАЦЦЕКЛАТИЙч ЙАТГЦОЯъА ДИэЯЙЕИА УПГЯЕСъАР СТГМ ЕПИВЕъЯГСГ ТЩПО ХщСГР ЙАИ ЖЩКО ц11. лщсор ЭЯОР ЕТчСИЫМ СУМОКИЙЧМ АПОКАБЧМ ЙАТэ ЕПАЦЦЕКЛАТИЙч ЙАТГЦОЯъА УПГЙОЭТГТА ЙАИ ЖЩКО ц12. лщсор ЭЯОР ЕТчСИЫМ СУМОКИЙЧМ АПОКАБЧМ ЙАТэ ОИЙОМОЛИЙч ДЯАСТГЯИЭТГТА УПГЙОЭТГТА ЙАИ ЖЩКО 8 секъда Page C3. Mean total annual earnings annual irregular bonuses and annual overtime earnings by occupational group economic activity and sex C4. Mean total annual earnings annual irregular bonuses and annual overtime earnings by economic activity age group and sex C5. Mean total annual earnings annual irregular bonuses and annual overtime earnings by economic activity length of service in the enterprise and sex C6. Mean total annual earnings annual irregular bonuses and annual overtime earnings by occupational group age group and sex C7. Mean total annual earnings annual irregular bonuses and annual overtime earnings by occupational group length of service in the enterprise and sex C8. Mean total annual earnings annual irregular bonuses and annual overtime earnings by occupational group highest completed level of education and sex C9. Mean total annual earnings annual irregular bonuses and annual overtime earnings by economic activity occupational group and coverage by collective pay agreement C10. Mean total annual earnings by occupational group length of service in the enterprise type of position and sex C11. Mean total annual earnings by occupational group citizenship and sex C12. Mean total annual earnings by economic activity citizenship and sex

9 ц13. лщсор ЭЯОР ЕТчСИЫМ СУМОКИЙЧМ АПОКАБЧМ ЙАТэ АМЧТАТО ОКОЙКГЯЫЛщМО ЕПъПЕДО ЛЭЯЖЫСГР УПГЙОЭТГТА ЙАИ ЖЩКО ц14. лщсор ЭЯОР ЕТчСИЫМ СУМОКИЙЧМ АПОКАБЧМ ЙАТэ ДИэЯЙЕИА УПГЯЕСъАР СТГМ ЕПИВЕъЯГСГ УПГЙОЭТГТА ЙАИ ЖЩКО ц15. лщсор ЭЯОР ЕТчСИЫМ СУМОКИЙЧМ АПОКАБЧМ ЙАТэ ЕПАЦЦЕКЛАТИЙч ЙАТГЦОЯъА АМЧТАТО ОКОЙКГЯЫЛщМО ЕПъПЕДО ЛЭЯЖЫСГР УПГЙОЭТГТА ЙАИ ЖЩКО ц16. лщсор ЭЯОР ЕТчСИЫМ СУМОКИЙЧМ АПОКАБЧМ ЙАТэ ОИЙОМОЛИЙч ДЯАСТГЯИЭТГТА ГКИЙИАЙч ОЛэДА ЛОЯЖч ОИЙОМОЛИЙОЩ ЕКщЦВОУ ТГР ЕПИВЕъЯГСГР ЙАИ ЖЩКО ц17. лщсор ЭЯОР ЕТчСИЫМ СУМОКИЙЧМ АПОКАБЧМ ЙАТэ ЕПАЦЦЕКЛАТИЙч ЙАТГЦОЯъА ГКИЙИАЙч ОЛэДА ЛОЯЖч ОИЙОМОЛИЙОЩ ЕКщЦВОУ ТГР ЕПИВЕъЯГСГР ЙАИ ЖЩКО ц18. лщсор ЭЯОР ЕТчСИЫМ СУМОКИЙЧМ АПОКАБЧМ ЙАТэ ЕПАЦЦЕКЛАТИЙч ЙАТГЦОЯъА ДИэЯЙЕИА УПГЯЕСъАР СТГМ ЕПИВЕъЯГСГ ЛОЯЖч ОИЙОМОЛИЙОЩ ЕКщЦВОУ ТГР ЕПИВЕъЯГСГР ЙАИ ЖЩКО ц19. лщсор ЭЯОР ЕТчСИЫМ СУМОКИЙЧМ АПОКАБЧМ ЙАТэ ЕПАЦЦЕКЛАТИЙч ЙАТГЦОЯъА АМЧТАТО ОКОЙКГЯЫЛщМО ЕПъПЕДО ЛЭЯЖЫСГР ЛОЯЖч ОИЙОМОЛИЙОЩ ЕКщЦВОУ ТГР ЕПИВЕъЯГСГР ЙАИ ЖЩКО 9 секъда Page C13. Mean total annual earnings by highest completed level of education citizenship and sex C14. Mean total annual earnings by length of service in the enterprise citizenship and sex C15. Mean total annual earnings by occupational group highest completed level of education citizenship and sex C16. Mean total annual earnings by economic activity age group form of financial control of the enterprise and sex C17. Mean total annual earnings by occupational group age group form of financial control of the enterprise and sex C18. Mean total annual earnings by occupational group length of service in the enterprise form of financial control of the enterprise and sex C19. Mean total annual earnings by occupational group highest completed level of education form of financial control of the enterprise and sex леяос д йатамолг пкгяыс апасвокоулемым упаккгкым PART D DISTRIBUTION OF FULLTIME EMPLOYEES д1. йатамолч УПАККчКЫМ ЙАТэ ОИЙОМОЛИЙч ДЯАСТГЯИЭТГТА ЙАИ ЖЩКО д2. йатамолч УПАККчКЫМ ЙАТэ ЕПАЦЦЕКЛАТИЙч ЙАТГЦОЯъА ЙАИ ЖЩКО д3. йатамолч УПАККчКЫМ ЙАТэ ЕПАЦЦЕКЛАТИЙч ЙАТГЦОЯъА ОИЙОМОЛИЙч ДЯАСТГЯИЭТГТА ЙАИ ЖЩКО д4. йатамолч УПАККчКЫМ ЙАТэ ОИЙОМОЛИЙч ДЯАСТГЯИЭТГТА ГКИЙИАЙч ОЛэДА ЙАИ ЖЩКО D1. Distribution of employees by economic activity and sex D2. Distribution of employees by occupational group and sex D3. Distribution of employees by occupational group economic activity and sex D4. Distribution of employees by economic activity age group and sex

10 д5. йатамолч УПАККчКЫМ ЙАТэ ОИЙОМОЛИЙч ДЯАСТГЯИЭТГТА ДИэЯЙЕИА УПГЯЕСъАР СТГ ЕПИВЕъЯГСГ ЙАИ ЖЩКО д6. йатамолч УПАККчКЫМ ЙАТэ ЕПАЦЦЕКЛАТИЙч ЙАТГЦОЯъА ГКИЙИАЙч ОЛэДА ЙАИ ЖЩКО д7. йатамолч УПАККчКЫМ ЙАТэ ЕПАЦЦЕКЛАТИЙч ЙАТГЦОЯъА ДИэЯЙЕИА УПГЯЕСъАР СТГМ ЕПИВЕъЯГСГ ЙАИ ЖЩКО д8. йатамолч УПАККчКЫМ ЙАТэ ЕПАЦЦЕКЛАТИЙч ЙАТГЦОЯъА АМЧТАТО ОКОЙКГЯЫЛщМО ЕПъПЕДО ЛЭЯЖЫСГР ЙАИ ЖЩКО д9. йатамолч УПАККчКЫМ ЙАТэ ОИЙОМОЛИЙч ДЯАСТГЯИЭТГТА ЕПАЦЦЕКЛАТИЙч ЙАТГЦОЯъА ЙАИ ЙэКУЬГ СУККОЦИЙчР СЩЛБАСГР д10. йатамолч УПАККчКЫМ ЙАТэ ЕПАЦЦЕКЛАТИЙч ЙАТГЦОЯъА ДИэЯЙЕИА УПГЯЕСъАР СТГМ ЕПИВЕъЯГСГ ТЩПО ХщСГР ЙАИ ЖЩКО д11. йатамолч УПАККчКЫМ ЙАТэ ЕПАЦЦЕКЛАТИЙч ЙАТГЦОЯъА АМЧТАТО ОКОЙКГЯЫЛщМО ЕПъПЕДО ЛЭЯЖЫСГР ТЩПО ХщСГР ЙАИ ЖЩКО д12. йатамолч УПАККчКЫМ ЙАТэ ОИЙОМОЛИЙч ДЯАСТГЯИЭТГТА ГКИЙИАЙч ОЛэДА ЙАИ УПГЙОЭТГТА д13. йатамолч УПАККчКЫМ ЙАТэ ЕПАЦЦЕКЛАТИЙч ЙАТГЦОЯъА АМЧТАТО ОКОЙКГЯЫЛщМО ЕПъПЕДО ЛЭЯЖЫСГР ЙАИ УПГЙОЭТГТА д14. йатамолч УПАККчКЫМ ЙАТэ ОИЙОМОЛИЙч ДЯАСТГЯИЭТГТА ЕПАЦЦЕКЛАТИЙч ЙАТГЦОЯъА УПГЙОЭТГТА ЙАИ ЖЩКО д15. йатамолч УПАККчКЫМ ЙАТэ ОИЙОМОЛИЙч ДЯАСТГЯИЭТГТА АМЧТАТО ОКОЙКГЯЫЛщМО ЕПъПЕДО ЛЭЯЖЫСГР ЛОЯЖч ОИЙОМОЛИЙОЩ ЕКщЦВОУ ТГР ЕПИВЕъЯГСГР ЙАИ ЖЩКО д16. йатамолч УПАККчКЫМ ЙАТэ ЕПАЦЦЕКЛАТИЙч ЙАТГЦОЯъА ГКИЙИАЙч ОЛэДА ЛОЯЖч ОИЙОМОЛИЙОЩ ЕКщЦВОУ ТГР ЕПИВЕъЯГСГР ЙАИ ЖЩКО 10 секъда Page D5. Distribution of employees by economic activity length of service in the enterprise and sex D6. Distribution of employees by occupational group age group and sex D7. Distribution of employees by occupational group length of service in the enterprise and sex D8. Distribution of employees by occupational group highest completed level of education and sex D9. Distribution of employees by occupational group and coverage by collective pay agreement D10. Distribution of employees by occupational group length of service in the enterprise type of position and sex D11. Distribution of employees by occupational group highest completed level of education type of position and sex D12. Distribution of employees by economic activity age group and citizenship D13. Distribution of employees by occupational group highest completed level of education and citizenship D14. Distribution of employees by economic activity occupational group citizenship and sex D15. Distribution of employees by economic activity highest completed level of education form of financial control of the enterprise and sex D16. Distribution of employees by occupational group age group form of financial control of the enterprise and sex

11 леяос е васла алоибым летану тым дуо жукым е1. вэсла АЛОИБЧМ ЛЕТАНЩ АМДЯЧМ ЙАИ ЦУМАИЙЧМ ЫР ПОСОСТЭ ТЫМ АПОКАБЧМ ТЫМ АМДЯЧМ ЙАТэ ОИЙОМОЛИЙч ДЯАСТГЯИЭТГТА ДИэЯЙЕИА УПГЯЕСъАР СТГМ ЕПИВЕъЯГСГ ЙАИ ЙэКУЬГ СУККОЦИЙчР СЩЛБАСГР е2. вэсла АЛОИБЧМ ЛЕТАНЩ АМДЯЧМ ЙАИ ЦУМАИЙЧМ ЫР ПОСОСТЭ ТЫМ АПОКАБЧМ ТЫМ АМДЯЧМ ЙАТэ ЕПАЦЦЕКЛАТИЙч ЙАТГЦОЯъА ДИэЯЙЕИА УПГЯЕСъАР СТГМ ЕПИВЕъЯГСГ ЙАИ ЙэКУЬГ СУККОЦИЙчР СЩЛБАСГР е3. вэсла АЛОИБЧМ ЛЕТАНЩ АМДЯЧМ ЙАИ ЦУМАИЙЧМ ЫР ПОСОСТЭ ТЫМ АПОКАБЧМ ТЫМ АМДЯЧМ ЙАТэ ОИЙОМОЛИЙч ДЯАСТГЯИЭТГТА ГКИЙИАЙч ОЛэДА ЙАИ ТЩПО ХщСГР е4. вэсла АЛОИБЧМ ЛЕТАНЩ АМДЯЧМ ЙАИ ЦУМАИЙЧМ ЫР ПОСОСТЭ ТЫМ АПОКАБЧМ ТЫМ АМДЯЧМ ЙАТэ ЕПАЦЦЕКЛАТИЙч ЙАТГЦОЯъА ГКИЙИАЙч ОЛэДА ЙАИ ТЩПО ХщСГР е5. вэсла АЛОИБЧМ ЛЕТАНЩ АМДЯЧМ ЙАИ ЦУМАИЙЧМ ЫР ПОСОСТЭ ТЫМ АПОКАБЧМ ТЫМ АМДЯЧМ ЙАТэ ОИЙОМОЛИЙч ДЯАСТГЯИЭТГТА ГКИЙИАЙч ОЛэДА ЙАИ ЛОЯЖч ОИЙОМОЛИЙОЩ ЕКщЦВОУ ТГР ЕПИВЕъЯГСГР е6. вэсла АЛОИБЧМ ЛЕТАНЩ АМДЯЧМ ЙАИ ЦУМАИЙЧМ ЫР ПОСОСТЭ ТЫМ АПОКАБЧМ ТЫМ АМДЯЧМ ЙАТэ ОИЙОМОЛИЙч ДЯАСТГЯИЭТГТА АМЧТАТО ОКОЙКГЯЫЛщМО ЕПъПЕДО ЛЭЯЖЫСГР ЙАИ ЛОЯЖч ОИЙОМОЛИЙОЩ ЕКщЦВОУ ТГР ЕПИВЕъЯГСГР е7. вэсла АЛОИБЧМ ЛЕТАНЩ АМДЯЧМ ЙАИ ЦУМАИЙЧМ ЫР ПОСОСТЭ ТЫМ АПОКАБЧМ ТЫМ АМДЯЧМ ЙАТэ ЕПАЦЦЕКЛАТИЙч ЙАТГЦОЯъА АМЧТАТО ОКОЙКГЯЫЛщМО ЕПъПЕДО ЛЭЯЖЫСГР ЙАИ ЛОЯЖч ОИЙОМОЛИЙОЩ ЕКщЦВОУ ТГР ЕПИВЕъЯГСГР е8. вэсла АЛОИБЧМ ЛЕТАНЩ АМДЯЧМ ЙАИ ЦУМАИЙЧМ ЫР ПОСОСТЭ ТЫМ АПОКАБЧМ ТЫМ АМДЯЧМ ЙАТэ ДИэЯЙЕИА УПГЯЕСъАР СТГМ ЕПИВЕъЯГСГ АМЧТАТО ОКОЙКГЯЫЛщМО ЕПъПЕДО ЛЭЯЖЫСГР ЙАИ ТЩПО ЕЯЦОДЭТГСГР е9. вэсла АЛОИБЧМ ЛЕТАНЩ АМДЯЧМ ЙАИ ЦУМАИЙЧМ ЫР ПОСОСТЭ ТЫМ АПОКАБЧМ ТЫМ АМДЯЧМ ЙАТэ УПГЙОЭТГТА ДИэЯЙЕИА УПГЯЕСъАР СТГМ ЕПИВЕъЯГСГ ЙАИ ЛщЦЕХОР ТГР ЕПИВЕъЯГСГР 11 секъда Page PART E GENDER PAY GAP E1. Gender pay gap as a percentage of the earnings of males by economic activity length of service in the enterprise and coverage by collective pay agreement E2. Gender pay gap as a percentage of the earnings of males by occupational group. length of service in the enterprise and coverage by collective pay agreement E3. Gender pay gap as a percentage of the earnings of males by economic activity age group and type of position E4. Gender pay gap as a percentage of the earnings of males by occupational group age group and type of position E5. Gender pay gap as a percentage of the earnings of males by economic activity age group and form of financial control of the enterprise E6. Gender pay gap as a percentage of the earnings of males by economic activity highest completed level of education and form of financial control of the enterprise E7. Gender pay gap as a percentage of the earnings of males by occupational group highest completed level of education and forma of financial control of the enterprise E8. Gender pay gap as a percentage of the earnings of males by length of service in the enterprise highest completed level of education and type of employment E9. Gender pay gap as a percentage of the earnings of males by citizenship length of service in the enterprise and size of the enterprise

12 е10. вэсла АЛОИБЧМ ЛЕТАНЩ АМДЯЧМ ЙАИ ЦУМАИЙЧМ ЫР ПОСОСТЭ ТЫМ АПОКАБЧМ ТЫМ АМДЯЧМ ЙАТэ ОИЙОМОЛИЙч ДЯАСТГЯИЭТГТА ГКИЙИАЙч ОЛэДА ЙАИ УПГЙОЭТГТА 12 секъда Page E10. Gender pay gap as a percentage of the earnings of males by economic activity age group and citizenship паяаятглата APPENDICES I. пеяицяажг толеым оийомолийым дяастгяиотгтым II. пеяицяажг епаццеклатийым йатгцояиым III. еяытглатокоцио еяеумас апокабым I. DESCRIPTION OF ECONOMIC ACTIVITY SECTIONS II. DESCRIPTION OF OCCUPATIONAL GROUPS III. STRUCTURE OF EARNINGS SURVEY QUESTIONNAIRE 2010

13 EIсAцыцH 13 INTRODUCTION 1. таутэтгта ЙАИ стэвор ТГР ЯЕУМАР г ЯЕУМА апокабчм (EA) 2010 ЕъМАИ ЛщЯОР СЕИЯэР ЕЯЕУМЧМ ПОУ ДИЕНэЦОМТАИ ЛЕ СУВМЭТГТА ЙэХЕ ТщССЕЯА ВЯЭМИА БэСЕИ ТОУ йамомислощ 530/1999 ТОУ еуяыпазйощ йоимобоукъоу ЙАИ ТОУ йамомислощ 1916/2000 ТГР еуяыпазйчр епитяопчр ЭПЫР АУТЭР ТЯОПОПОИчХГЙЕ АПЭ ТОМ йамомислэ 1738/2005 ТГР еуяыпазйчр епитяопчр. стэвор ТГР ЯЕУМАР ЕъМАИ Г ПАЯОВч СТОИВЕъЫМ ПОУ МА ЕъМАИ АЙЯИБч ЙАИ ЕМАЯЛОМИСЛщМА ЛЕТАНЩ ТЫМ выячм лекчм ТГР е.е. ЙАИ ТЫМ УПЭ щмтанг ВЫЯЧМ ЦИА ВэЯАНГ ПОКИТИЙчР АККэ ЙАИ ЦИА ЕЯЕУМГТИЙОЩР СЙОПОЩР. г еа 2010 ДъДЕИ КЕПТОЛЕЯч ЙАИ СУЦЙЯъСИЛА СТОИВЕъА ЦИА ТГ СВщСГ ЛЕТАНЩ ТОУ ЕПИПщДОУ ТЫМ АПОКАБЧМ УПАККчКЫМ ТЫМ АТОЛИЙЧМ ВАЯАЙТГЯИСТИЙЧМ ТОУР (ЖЩКО ГКИЙъА ЕПэЦЦЕКЛА ДИэЯЙЕИА УПГЯЕСъАР ЬГКЭТЕЯО ОКОЙКГЯЫЛщМО ЕПъПЕДО ЛЭЯЖЫСГР ЙКП.) ЙАИ ТОУ ЕЯЦОДЭТГ ТОУР (ОИЙОМОЛИЙч ДЯАСТГЯИЭТГТА ЛщЦЕХОР ЙКП.) стгм йщпяо Г щяеума АУТч ДИЕМЕЯЦчХГЙЕ ЦИА ТЯъТГ ЖОЯэ ЙАТэ ТО 2011 ЛЕ щтор АМАЖОЯэР ТО леходокоцъа ЯЕУМАР 2.1. деицлатокгьъа г еа 2010 БАСъСТГЙЕ СЕ ДЕъЦЛА УПАККчКЫМ ПОУ ЕПИКщВХГЙЕ АПЭ СТЯЫЛАТОПОИГЛщМО ДЕъЦЛА ЕПИВЕИЯчСЕЫМ. г ДЕИЦЛАТОКГЬъА щциме СЕ ДЩО СТэДИА. сто ПЯЧТО СТэДИО ЕПИКщВХГЙЕ СТЯЫЛАТОПОИГЛщМО ДЕъЦЛА ЕПИВЕИЯчСЕЫМ ВЯГСИЛОПОИЧМТАР ДЕИЦЛАТОКГПТИЙч ЛщХОДО ЛЕ ЕПИКОЦч АМэКОЦГ ТОУ ЛЕЦщХОУР. та ЙЯИТчЯИА ПОУ ВЯГСИЛОПОИчХГЙАМ ЦИА ТГ СТЯЫЛАТОПОъГСГ чтам Г ОИЙОМОЛИЙч ДЯАСТГЯИЭТГТА ТГР ЕПИВЕъЯГСГР (СТА 2 ЬГЖъА ТОУ NACE амах. 2) ТО ЛщЦЕХОР ТГР ЕПИВЕъЯГСГР (АЯИХЛЭР УПАККчКЫМ) ЙАИ Г МОЛИЙч ЛОЯЖч ТГР ЕПИВЕъЯГСГР. сто ДЕЩТЕЯО СТэДИО ТГР ДЕИЦЛАТОКГЬъАР КчЖХГЙЕ СТЯЫЛАТОПОИГЛщМО ДЕъЦЛА УПАККчКЫМ АПЭ ЙэХЕ ЕПИКЕЦЛщМГ ЕПИВЕъЯГСГ. та ЙЯИТчЯИА ЦИА СТЯЫЛАТОПОъГСГ ТЫМ УПАККчКЫМ чтам ТО ЕПэЦЦЕКЛА (4 ЬГЖъА ТОУ ISCO08) ПКчЯГР/ЛЕЯИЙч АПАСВЭКГСГ ТЫМ УПАККчКЫМ ЙАИ ЫЯОЛъСХИОИ/ЛГМИАъОИ УПэККГКОИ. 1. Identity and Objective of the Survey The Structure of Earnings Survey (SES) 2010 is part of a series of fouryearly surveys conducted under the Council Regulation 530/1999 and the Commission Regulation 1916/2000 as amended by Commission Regulation 1738/2005 of the European Union. The aim of this survey is to provide accurate and harmonised data between EU Member States and Candidate Countries for policymaking and research purposes. The 2010 SES gives detailed and comparable information on relationships between the level of remuneration individual characteristics of employees (sex age occupation length of service highest educational level attained etc.) and their employer (economic activity size etc.). In Cyprus the survey was conducted for the second time during 2011 with 2010 being the reference year. 2. Survey Methodology 2.1. Sampling procedure The SES 2010 was based on a sample of employees drawn from a stratified sample of enterprises. The sampling procedure consisted of two stages. In the first stage a stratified sample of enterprises was drawn using the probability proportional to size sampling design. Stratification criteria used were the economic activity of the enterprise (at the 2digit level of NACE Rev. 2) the size of the enterprise (number of employees) and the legal entity of the enterprise. For the second stage a stratified random sample of employees was drawn within each selected enterprise. The stratification criteria for employees were the occupation (ISCO08 at the 4digit level) fulltimer or parttimer and wage earner or salary earner.

14 то ДЕъЦЛА ПОУ ЕПИКщВХГЙЕ АПОТЕКОЩМТАМ АПЭ ЕПИВЕИЯчСЕИР ЙАИ УПАККчКОУР. 14 The final sample was comprised of enterprises and employees йэкуьг г еа 2010 ЙэКУЬЕ ЕПИВЕИЯчСЕИР СЕ ЭКОУР ТОУР ТОЛЕъР ОИЙОМОЛИЙЧМ ДЯАСТГЯИОТчТЫМ ЕЙТЭР АПЭ ТГ цеыяцъа ТГМ акиеъа ТИР дяастгяиэтгтер идиытийчм моийойуяичм ЙАИ ТИР дяастгяиэтгтер етеяэдийым ояцамислчм. КЕР ОИ ЕПИВЕИЯчСЕИР ПОУ ЙАКЩЖХГЙАМ ЕъВАМ щма ч ПЕЯИССЭТЕЯОУР УПАККчКОУР. г еа СУМщКЕНЕ СТОИВЕъА ПОУ АЖОЯОЩСАМ СТО ЛчМА ойтчбяио 2010 (ЛГМИАъА СТОИВЕъА) АККэ ЙАИ СТО щтор 2010 (ЕТчСИА СТОИВЕъА). КА ТА СТОИВЕъА ПОУ СУККщВХГЙАМ АМАЖщЯОМТАМ СЕ УПАККчКОУР ПОУ ЕЯЦэСТГЙАМ СТГМ ЕПИВЕъЯГСГ ЙАТэ ТОМ ойтчбяио ТОУ суккоцч стоивеъым г СУККОЦч ТЫМ СТОИВЕъЫМ щциме ЛЕ ПЯОСЫПИЙщР СУМЕМТЕЩНЕИР СТИР ЕПИВЕИЯчСЕИР. г СУККОЦч ТЫМ СТОИВЕъЫМ БАСъСТГЙЕ СЕ ЕЯЫТГЛАТОКЭЦИО ПОУ СВЕДИэСТГЙЕ ЕИДИЙэ ЦИА ТГМ еа. та СТОИВЕъА ПОУ СУККщВХГЙАМ СВЕТъФОМТАМ ЛЕ ТА АЙЭКОУХА: стоивеъа ПОУ АЖОЯОЩМ СТИР епивеиячсеир: йщяиа оийомолийч дяастгяиэтгта епивеъягсгр лщцехор епивеъягсгр лояжч оийомолийощ екщцвоу ТГР епивеъягсгр йэкуьг суккоцийчр сщлбасгр СТГМ епивеъягсг ЦИА ТГМ пкеиоьгжъа ТЫМ упаккчкым стоивеъа ПОУ АЖОЯОЩМ СЕ упаккчкоур: жщко гкийъа епэццекла диеухумтийч/епоптийч хщсг амчтато окойкгяылщмо епъпедо лэяжысгр диэяйеиа упгяесъар СТГМ епивеъягсг пкчягр/леяийч апасвэкгсг тщпор сулбокаъоу апасвэкгсгр упгйоэтгта аяихлэр ыячм еяцасъар ПОУ пкгячхгйам ТОМ ойтчбяг 2010 аяихлэр упеяыяичм ЦИА ТОМ ойтчбяг 2010 сумокийщр айахэяистер апокабщр ойтыбяъоу 2010 апокабщр упеяыяичм ойтыбяъоу Coverage The SES 2010 covered enterprises in all economic activities excluding Agriculture Fishing Activities of Private Households and Extraterritorial Organisations. All enterprises covered had one or more employees. The SES collected data both for the reference month of October 2010 (monthly data) and the reference year 2010 (annual data). All data collected referred to employees who worked in the enterprise during October Collection of Data The data collection was conducted by means of personal interviews at the enterprises. The data collection was based on a questionnaire designed specifically for the SES. The data collected concerned the following: Data referring to Enterprises: Principal Economic Activity of the Enterprise Size of the Enterprise Financial Control of the Enterprise Collective Pay Agreement Coverage in the Enterprise for the Majority of Employees Data referring to Employees: Sex Age Occupation Managerial/Supervisory Position Highest Completed Level of Education Length of Service in the Enterprise Fulltime/Parttime Employment Type of Employment Contract Citizenship Number of Hours Paid for October 2010 Number of Overtime Hours Paid for October 2010 Gross Monthly Earnings for October 2010 Overtime Earnings for October 2010

15 апокабщр ЦИА бэядиер ойтыбяъоу 2010 сумокийщр айахэяистер етчсиер апокабщр ЦИА ТО щтор 2010 апокабщр упеяыяичм ЦИА ТО щтор 2010 лгстахеяэ етчсиа епидэлата ЦИА ТО щтор Shift Work Payments for October 2010 Annual Gross Earnings for the year 2010 Overtime Earnings for the year 2010 Irregular Bonuses for the year йуяиэтеяа апотекщслата ЯЕУМАР 3.1. лщсер ыяиаъер апокабщр упаккчкым 3. Main Results of the Survey 3.1. Mean Hourly Earnings of Employees сщлжыма ЛЕ ТГМ еа 2010 ОИ ЛщСЕР ЫЯИАъЕР АПОКАБщР ТЫМ УПАККчКЫМ ЭПЫР АУТщР УПОКОЦъСХГЙАМ ЛЕ СТОИВЕъА ПОУ АМАЖщЯОМТАМ СТОМ ойтчбяг ТОУ 2010 чтам 1132 ЦИА ТОУР ПКчЯЫР АПАСВОКОЩЛЕМОУР УПАККчКОУР ЙАИ 661 ЦИА ТОУР ЛЕЯИЙЧР АПАСВОКОЩЛЕМОУР УПАККчКОУР. ои эмдяер ЙАТэ ЛщСО ЭЯО ЖАъМЕТАИ МА щкабам ПИО ЬГКщР АПОКАБщР АМэ ЧЯА АПЭ ТИР ЦУМАъЙЕР. ои ПКчЯЫР АПАСВОКОЩЛЕМОИ эмдяер ПчЯАМ 1221 ЕМЧ ОИ ЦУМАъЙЕР 1027 ЙАИ ОИ ЛЕЯИЙЧР АПАСВОКОЩЛЕМОИ эмдяер 715 ЕМЧ ОИ ЦУМАъЙЕР йатэ оийомолийч дяастгяиэтгта о ТОЛщАР ОИЙОМОЛИЙчР ДЯАСТГЯИЭТГТАР ЛЕ ТИР ЬГКЭТЕЯЕР ЛщСЕР ЫЯИАъЕР АПОКАБщР ТЭСО ЦИА ТОУР ПКчЯЫР ЭСО ЙАИ ЦИА ТОУР ЛЕЯИЙЧР АПАСВОКОЩЛЕМОУР УПАККчКОУР чтам О ТОЛщАР ТГР ейпаъдеусгр. суцйейяилщма ОИ ЛщСЕР ЫЯИАъЕР АПОКАБщР ЦИА ТОУР ПКчЯЫР АПАСВОКОЩЛЕМОУР эмдяер СТОМ ТОЛщА АУТЭ чтам 2432 ЕМЧ ТО АМТъСТОИВО ПОСЭ ЦИА ТИР ЦУМАъЙЕР чтам 2041 ДъМОМТАР ЛщСО ЭЯО ЦИА ТОМ ТОЛщА циа ТОУР ЛЕЯИЙЧР АПАСВОКОЩЛЕМОУР УПАККчКОУР ТА АМТъСТОИВА ПОСэ чтам 1353 ЦИА ТОУР эмдяер ЙАИ 927 ЦИА ТИР ЦУМАъЙЕР ЛЕ ЛщСО ЭЯО ои ВАЛГКЭТЕЯЕР ЛщСЕР ЫЯИАъЕР АПОКАБщР ЦИА ТОУР ПКчЯЫР АПАСВОКОЩЛЕМОУР УПАККчКОУР ПАЯАТГЯчХГЙАМ СТОМ ТОЛщА ТЫМ дяастгяиотчтым упгяесичм паяовчр йатакщлатор ЙАИ упгяесичм естъасгр ЭПОУ ОИ эмдяер щкабам ЙАТэ ЛщСО ЭЯО 864 ЙАИ ОИ ЦУМАъЙЕР 653 (ЛщСОР ЭЯОР ТОЛщА 743). стом ъдио ТОЛщА ПАЯАТГЯчХГЙАМ ЙАИ ОИ ВАЛГКЭТЕЯЕР ЛщСЕР ЫЯИАъЕР АПОКАБщР ЦИА ТОУР ЛЕЯИЙЧР АПАСВОКОЩЛЕМОУР УПАККчКОУР ЛЕ ЛщСО ЭЯО 515 АМэ ЧЯА. о АЯИХЛГТИЙЭР ЛщСОР ЭЯОР ТЫМ ЫЯИАъЫМ АПОКАБЧМ ЙАТэ ОИЙОМОЛИЙч ДЯАСТГЯИЭТГТА ТЩПО ЕЯЦОДЭТГСГР ЙАИ ЖЩКО ЖАъМЕТАИ СТО диэцяалла 1. According to the SES 2010 the mean hourly earnings of employees calculated on the basis of data collected for October 2010 was 1132 for fulltime employees and 661 for parttime employees. received on average higher hourly earnings than females. Fulltime male employees received on average 1221 while female employees received The corresponding figures for parttime employees were 715 for males and 638 for females By Economic Activity The highest level of average hourly earnings for both fulltime and parttime employees was observed in the economic activity section of Education. Specifically the mean hourly earnings for fulltimers were 2432 for males and 2041 for females the average of the section being For parttimers the corresponding figures were 1353 for males and 927 for females providing an average of The lowest level of mean hourly earnings for fulltime employees was observed in the economic activity section of Accommodation and food service activities where males received on average 864 and females 653 (average of the section 743). The lowest mean hourly earnings for parttime employees were observed in the same section with an average of 515 per hour. The mean hourly earnings by economic activity type of employment and sex are depicted in Figure 1.

16 16 диэцяалла 1: лщсер ыяиаъер апокабщр упаккчкым ЙАТэ оийомолийч дяастгяиэтгта тщпо еяцодэтгсгр ЙАИ жщко Figure 1: Mean Hourly Earnings of Employees by Economic Activity Type of Employment and Sex толщар оийомолийчр дяастгяиэтгтар Section of Economic Activity лщсор ЯОР/Average B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S пкчяыр апасвокощлемои МДЯЕР Fulltime пкчяыр апасвокощлемер цумаъйер Fulltime леяийчр апасвокощлемои МДЯЕР Parttime леяийчр апасвокощлемер цумаъйер Parttime лщсер ыяиаъер апокабщр Mean Hourly Earnings сглеъысг: циа ТГМ ПЕЯИЦЯАЖч ТЫМ ТОЛщЫМ ОИЙОМОЛИЙЧМ ДЯАСТГЯИОТчТЫМ БКщПЕ паяэятгла I. Note: For the description of the economic activity sections refer to Appendix I йатэ епаццеклатийч йатгцояъа циа ТОУР ПКчЯЫР АПАСВОКОЩЛЕМОУР УПАККчКОУР Г ЕПАЦЦЕКЛАТИЙч ЙАТГЦОЯъА ЛЕ ТИР ЬГКЭТЕЯЕР ЛщСЕР ЫЯИАъЕР АПОКАБщР чтам ТА диеухумтийэ стекщвг ЛЕ ЛщСО ЭЯО циа ТОУР эмдяер ОИ ЛщСЕР ЫЯИАъЕР АПОКАБщР чтам 3202 ЕМЧ ЦИА ТИР ЦУМАъЙЕР г ЕПАЦЦЕКЛАТИЙч ЙАТГЦОЯъА ЛЕ ТИР ВАЛГКЭТЕЯЕР ЛщСЕР ЫЯИАъЕР АПОКАБщР ЦИА ТОУР ПКчЯЫР АПАСВОКОЩЛЕМОУР УПАККчКОУР чтам ОИ амеидъйеутои еяцэтер ЛЕ ЛщСО ЭЯО 716 АМэ ЧЯА (эмдяер 801 ЙАИ ЦУМАъЙЕР 605). циа ТОУР ЛЕЯИЙЧР АПАСВОКОЩЛЕМОУР УПАККчКОУР Г ЕПАЦЦЕКЛАТИЙч ЙАТГЦОЯъА ЛЕ ТИР ЬГКЭТЕЯЕР АПОКАБщР чтам ОИ пяосомтощвои ЛЕ ЛщСО ЭЯО 1231 АМэ ЧЯА. ои эмдяер СТГМ ЙАТГЦОЯъА АУТч ПчЯАМ ЙАТэ ЛщСО ЭЯО 1395 АМэ ЧЯА ЕМЧ ОИ ЦУМАъЙЕР г ЕПАЦЦЕКЛАТИЙч ЙАТГЦОЯъА ЛЕ ТИР ВАЛГКЭТЕЯЕР ЛщСЕР ЫЯИАъЕР АПОКАБщР ЦИА ТОУР ЛЕЯИЙЧР АПАСВОКОЩЛЕМОУР УПАККчКОУР чтам ОИ амеидъйеутои еяцэтер ЛЕ ЛщСО ЭЯО 534 АМэ ЧЯА (эмдяер 473 ЙАИ ЦУМАъЙЕР 554) By Occupational Group For fulltime employees the occupational group with the highest level of mean hourly earnings was that of Managers with an average of received on average 3202 per hour and females The occupational group with the lowest level of mean hourly earnings for fulltime employees was that of Elementary Occupations with an average of 716 per hour (males 801 and females 605). For parttime employees the occupational group with the highest level of hourly earnings was that of Professionals with an average of 1231 per hour. in this occupational group received on average 1395 per hour and females The occupational group with the lowest level of average hourly earnings for parttime employees was that of Elementary Occupations with an average of 534 per hour (males 473 and females 554).

17 17 енъсоу ВАЛГКэ ПКГЯЧМОМТАМ ЙАИ ОИ ЛЕЯИЙЧР АПАСВОКОЩЛЕМОИ упэккгкои упгяесичм ЙАИ пыкчсеым ( 548). о АЯИХЛГТИЙЭР ЛщСОР ЭЯОР ТЫМ ЫЯИАъЫМ АПОКАБЧМ ЙАТэ ЕПАЦЦЕКЛАТИЙч ЙАТГЦОЯъА ТЩПО ЕЯЦОДЭТГСГР ЙАИ ЖЩКО ЖАъМЕТАИ СТО диэцяалла 2. Parttime Service and Sales Workers received equally low earnings ( 548). The mean hourly earnings by occupational group type of employment and sex are depicted in Figure 2. диэцяалла 2: лщсер ыяиаъер апокабщр упаккчкым ЙАТэ епаццеклатийч йатгцояъа тщпо еяцодэтгсгр ЙАИ жщко Figure 2: Mean Hourly Earnings of Employees by Occupational Group Type of Employment and Sex лщсор ЯОР Average епаццеклатийч йатгцояъа Occupational Group диеухумтийэ СТЕКщВГ Managers пяосомтощвои Professionals тевмийоъ ЙАИ богхоъ Technicians and Associates цяажеър Clerks упэккгкои упгяесичм ЙАИ пыкчсеым Service and Sales Workers еидийеулщмои еяцэтер цеыяцойтгмотяожъар Skilled Agricultural Workers еидийеулщмои тевмътер Craft Workers веияистщр лгвамчм Machine Operators амеидъйеутои еяцэтер Elementary Occupations пкчяыр апасвокощлемои МДЯЕР Fulltime пкчяыр апасвокощлемер цумаъйер Fulltime леяийчр апасвокощлемои МДЯЕР Parttime леяийчр апасвокощлемер цумаъйер Parttime лщсер ыяиаъер апокабщр Mean Hourly Earnings сглеъысг: циа ПКчЯГ ПЕЯИЦЯАЖч ТЫМ ЕПАЦЦЕКЛАТИЙЧМ ЙАТГЦОЯИЧМ БКщПЕ паяэятгла Iи. Note: For the full description of the occupational groups refer to Appendix Iи йатэ гкийиайч олэда апэ ТОУР ПКчЯЫР АПАСВОКОЩЛЕМОУР УПАККчКОУР Г ГКИЙИАЙч ОЛэДА ПОУ щкабе ТИР ЬГКЭТЕЯЕР ЛщСЕР ЫЯИАъЕР АПОКАБщР чтам АУТч ТЫМ 5059 ВЯОМЧМ ЛЕ 1403 АМэ ЧЯА (эмдяер 1546 ЙАИ ЦУМАъЙЕР 1213). г ПИО ВАЛГКэ АЛЕИБЭЛЕМГ ГКИЙИАЙч ОЛэДА чтам Г ОЛэДА ЛЕ этола ЙэТЫ ТЫМ 20 ВЯОМЧМ ЛЕ ЛщСО ЭЯО 493 АМэ ЧЯА ( 516 ЦИА ТОУР эмдяер ЙАИ 466 ЦИА ТИР ЦУМАъЙЕР). циа ТОУР ЛЕЯИЙЧР АПАСВОКОЩЛЕМОУР УПАККчКОУР Г ЬГКЭТЕЯА АЛЕИБЭЛЕМГ ГКИЙИАЙч ОЛэДА чтам АУТч ТЫМ 5059 ВЯОМЧМ ЛЕ ЛщСЕР ЫЯИАъЕР АПОКАБщР 725 ( 833 ЦИА ТОУР эмдяер ЙАИ 699 ЦИА ТИР ЦУМАъЙЕР) ЕМЧ Г ПИО ВАЛГКэ АЛЕИБЭЛЕМГ ОЛэДА чтам Г ОЛэДА ЛЕ этола ЙэТЫ ТЫМ 20 ВЯОМЧМ ЛЕ ЛщСО ЭЯО 477 (эмдяер 584 ЙАИ ЦУМАъЙЕР 447) By Age Group For fulltime employees the age group that received the highest level of average hourly earnings was that of 5059 years old with 1403 per hour (males 1546 and females 1213). The age group with the lowest level of average hourly earnings was that of persons under 20 years old with an average of 493 per hour ( 516 for males and 466 for females). For parttime employees the age group with the highest level of average hourly earnings was that of 5059 years old with an average of 725 per hour ( 833 for males and 699 for females) while the age group with the lowest level of average hourly earnings was that of persons under 20 years old with an average of 477 per hour ( 584 for males and 447 for females).

18 18 о АЯИХЛГТИЙЭР ЛщСОР ЭЯОР ТЫМ ЫЯИАъЫМ АПОКАБЧМ ЙАТэ ГКИЙИАЙч ОЛэДА ТЩПО ЕЯЦОДЭТГСГР ЙАИ ЖЩКО ЖАъМЕТАИ СТО диэцяалла 3. The mean hourly earnings by age group type of employment and sex are depicted in Figure 3. диэцяалла 3: лщсер ыяиаъер апокабщр упаккчкым ЙАТэ гкийиайч олэда тщпо еяцодэтгсгр ЙАИ жщко Figure 3: Mean Hourly Earnings of Employees by Age Group Type of Employment and Sex гкийъа (ВЯЭМИА) Age (years) лщсор ЯОР Average < пкчяыр апасвокощлемои МДЯЕР Fulltime пкчяыр апасвокощлемер цумаъйер Fulltime леяийчр апасвокощлемои МДЯЕР Parttime леяийчр апасвокощлемер цумаъйер Parttime лщсер ыяиаъер апокабщр Mean Hourly Earnings йатэ диэяйеиа упгяесъар СТГМ епивеъягсг апэ ТОУР ПКчЯЫР АПАСВОКОЩЛЕМОУР УПАККчКОУР Г ОЛэДА ЛЕ ТИР ЬГКЭТЕЯЕР ЫЯИАъЕР АПОКАБщР чтам АУТч ЛЕ этола ЛЕ 30 ЙАИ ПКщОМ ВЯЭМИА УПГЯЕСъАР СТГМ ЕПИВЕъЯГСГ ЭПОУ ЕЯЦэФОМТАМ ЛЕ 2067 АМэ ЧЯА (эмдяер 2106 ЙАИ ЦУМАъЙЕР 2003). тир ВАЛГКЭТЕЯЕР ЙАТэ ЛщСО ЭЯО ЫЯИАъЕР АПОКАБщР ПчЯЕ Г ОЛэДА АТЭЛЫМ ЛЕ КИЦЭТЕЯО АПЭ 1 ВЯЭМО ЕЯЦАСъАР СТГМ ЕПИВЕъЯГСГ ЛЕ 758 АМэ ЧЯА (эмдяер 817 ЙАИ ЦУМАъЙЕР 678). апэ ТОУР ЛЕЯИЙЧР АПАСВОКОЩЛЕМОУР УПАККчКОУР ТИР ЬГКЭТЕЯЕР ЙАТэ ЛщСО ЭЯО ЫЯИАъЕР АПОКАБщР щкабам этола ЛЕ ВЯЭМИА УПГЯЕСъАР СТГМ ЕПИВЕъЯГСГ ЛЕ 931 АМэ ЧЯА (эмдяер 953 ЙАИ ЦУМАъЙЕР 928). тир ВАЛГКЭТЕЯЕР ЙАТэ ЛщСО ЭЯО ЫЯИАъЕР АПОКАБщР ПчЯАМ 2 ГКИЙИАЙщР ОЛэДЕР. г ОЛэДА ЛЕ КИЦЭТЕЯО АПЭ 1 ВЯЭМО УПГЯЕСъАР ЕъВЕ ЛщСО ЭЯО 620 АМэ ЧЯА (эмдяер 712 ЙАИ ЦУМАъЙЕР 558) ЙАИ Г ОЛэДА ЛЕ 1 4 ВЯЭМИА УПГЯЕСъАР ЛщСО ЭЯО 612 АМэ ЧЯА (эмдяер 635 ЙАИ ЦУМАъЙЕР 604) By Length of Service in the Enterprise For fulltime employees the age group with the highest level of hourly earnings was that of persons with 30 or more years of service in the enterprise with 2067 per hour (males 2106 and females 2003). Persons with less than 1 year of service in the enterprise received the lowest level of mean hourly earnings with 758 per hour (males 817 and females 618). For parttime employees the group with the highest level of mean hourly earnings was that of persons with years of service in the enterprise with an average of 931 per hour (males 953 and females 928). The lowest mean hourly earnings were received by 2 age groups. Persons with less than 1 year of service received on average 620 per hour (males 712 and females 558) and persons with 1 4 years of service received on average 612 (males 635 and females 604).

19 о АЯИХЛГТИЙЭР ЛщСОР ЭЯОР ТЫМ ЫЯИАъЫМ АПОКАБЧМ ЙАТэ ДИэЯЙЕИА УПГЯЕСъАР СТГМ ЕПИВЕъЯГСГ ТЩПО ЕЯЦОДЭТГСГР ЙАИ ЖЩКО ЖАъМЕТАИ СТО диэцяалла The mean hourly earnings by length of service in the enterprise type of employment and sex are depicted in Figure 4. диэцяалла 4: лщсер ыяиаъер апокабщр упаккчкым ЙАТэ диэяйеиа упгяесъар СТГМ епивеъягсг тщпо еяцодэтгсгр ЙАИ жщко Figure 4: Mean Hourly Earnings of Employees by Length of Service in the Enterprise Type of Employment and Sex диэяйеиа упгяесъар СТГМ епивеъягсг (ВЯЭМИА) Length of Service in the Enterprise (years) лщсор ЯОР Average < пкчяыр апасвокощлемои МДЯЕР Fulltime пкчяыр апасвокощлемер цумаъйер Fulltime леяийчр апасвокощлемои МДЯЕР Parttime леяийчр апасвокощлемер цумаъйер Parttime лщсер ыяиаъер апокабщр Mean Hourly Earnings йатэ амчтато окойкгяылщмо епъпедо лэяжысгр пкчяыр АПАСВОКОЩЛЕМА этола ПОУ ЕъВАМ ОКОЙКГЯЧСЕИ ЕПИТУВЧР ЙАИ ТО ДИДАЙТОЯИЙЭ ТОУР щкабам ЙАТэ ЛщСО ЭЯО ТИР ЬГКЭТЕЯЕР ЫЯИАъЕР АПОКАБщР ЛЕ 2740 АМэ ЧЯА (эмдяер 2905 ЙАИ ЦУМАъЙЕР 2415). тир ВАЛГКЭТЕЯЕР ЙАТэ ЛщСО ЭЯО АПОКАБщР щкабам этола ПОУ чтам АПЭЖОИТОИ ДГЛОТИЙОЩ СВОКЕъОУ ЛЕ 791 АМэ ЧЯА (эмдяер 865 ЙАИ ЦУМАъЙЕР 643). апэ ТОУР ЛЕЯИЙЧР АПАСВОКОЩЛЕМОУР УПАККчКОУР ТИР ЬГКЭТЕЯЕР АПОКАБщР щкабам этола ПОУ ЕъВАМ ПАМЕПИСТГЛИАЙч ЕЙПАъДЕУСГ ЛЕ 1132 АМэ ЧЯА (эмдяер 1250 ЙАИ ЦУМАъЙЕР 1047). тир ВАЛГКЭТЕЯЕР ЙАТэ ЛщСО ЭЯО ЫЯИАъЕР АПОКАБщР щкабам ОИ АПЭЖОИТОИ цулмасъоу (ПЕЯИК. ТОУ СУСТчЛАТОР ЛАХГТЕъАР) ЛЕ 541 АМэ ЧЯА (эмдяер 444 ЙАИ ЦУМАъЙЕР 576). анъфеи МА СГЛЕИЫХЕъ ЭТИ ОИ АПЭЖОИТОИ ДГЛОТИЙОЩ щкабам ЕКАЖЯЧР ЬГКЭТЕЯЕР АПОКАБщР ЛЕ 584 АМэ ЧЯА (эмдяер 688 ЙАИ ЦУМАъЙЕР 544) By Highest Completed Level of Education Fulltime employees who had successfully completed their doctorate degree received on average the highest level of hourly earnings with 2740 per hour (males 2905 and females 2415). The lowest level of earnings was observed for elementary school graduates with 791 per hour (males 865 and females 643). For parttime employees the highest level of hourly earnings was received by persons who had successfully completed their university education with 1132 per hour (males 1250 and females 1047). Gymnasium graduates (incl. apprenticeship system) received the lowest level of average hourly earnings with 541 per hour (males 444 and females 576). It is noted that elementary school graduates received slightly higher hourly earnings with 584 per hour (males 688 and females 544).

20 о АЯИХЛГТИЙЭР ЛщСОР ЭЯОР ТЫМ ЫЯИАъЫМ АПОКАБЧМ ЙАТэ АМЧТАТО ОКОЙКГЯЫЛщМО ЕПъПЕДО ЛЭЯЖЫСГР ТЩПО ЕЯЦОДЭТГСГР ЙАИ ЖЩКО ЖАъМЕТАИ СТО диэцяалла The mean hourly earnings by highest completed level of education type of employment and sex are depicted in Figure 5. диэцяалла 5: лщсер ыяиаъер апокабщр упаккчкым ЙАТэ амчтато окойкгяылщмо епъпедо лэяжысгр тщпо еяцодэтгсгр ЙАИ жщко Figure 5: Mean Hourly Earnings of Employees by Highest Completed Level of Education Type of Employment and Sex епъпедо лэяжысгр Education Level лщсор ЯОР Average лщвяи ТО дглотийэ Up to Elementary Level цулмэсио (3 ТэНЕИР) ч сщстгла лахгтеъар Gymnasium (3 classes) or Apprenticeship System кщйеио тевмийч свокч ЙАИ летакуйеиайч ЛГ тяитобэхлиа ейпаъдеусг Lyceum Technical School Postsecondary non Tertiary Education тяитобэхлиа ЛГпАМЕПИСТГЛИАЙч ейпаъдеусг Tertiary nonuniversity Education памепистглиайч ейпаъдеусг University Education пкчяыр апасвокощлемои МДЯЕР Fulltime пкчяыр апасвокощлемер цумаъйер Fulltime леяийчр апасвокощлемои МДЯЕР Parttime леяийчр апасвокощлемер цумаъйер Parttime дидайтояийэ (PhD) Doctorate (PhD) лщсер ыяиаъер апокабщр Mean Hourly Earnings 3.2. лщсер лгмиаъер сумокийщр апокабщр пкчяыр апасвокощлемым упаккчкым сщлжыма ЛЕ ТГМ еа 2010 ОИ ЛщСЕР ЛГМИАъЕР СУМОКИЙщР АПОКАБщР ЦИА ТОУР ПКчЯЫР АПАСВОКОЩЛЕМОУР УПАККчКОУР АМчКХАМ СТА (эмдяер ЙАИ ЦУМАъЙЕР 1.672). стир АПОКАБщР АУТщР ПЕЯИКАЛБэМОМТАИ ЙАИ АПОКАБщР УПЕЯЫЯИЧМ ЙАИ БэЯДИАР. йатэ ЛщСО ЭЯО ОИ УПЕЯЫЯъЕР АМчКХАМ СТА 47 (эмдяер 66 ЙАИ ЦУМАъЙЕР 26) ЙАИ ОИ ПКГЯЫЛщР БэЯДИАР СТА 24 (эмдяер 31 ЙАИ ЦУМАъЙЕР 16) йатэ оийомолийч дяастгяиэтгта о ТОЛщАР ОИЙОМОЛИЙчР ДЯАСТГЯИЭТГТАР ЛЕ ТИР ЬГКЭТЕЯЕР ЛщСЕР ЛГМИАъЕР СУМОКИЙщР АПОКАБщР чтам О ТОЛщАР ТЫМ вяглатопистытийчм ЙАИ асжакистийчм дяастгяиотчтым ЛЕ ЛщСО ЭЯО (эмдяер ЙАИ ЦУМАъЙЕР 2.599). ои ВАЛГКЭТЕЯЕР ЛщСЕР ЛГМИАъЕР СУМОКИЙщР АПОКАБщР ЦИА ТОУР ПКчЯЫР АПАСВОКОЩЛЕМОУР 3.2. Mean Monthly Earnings of Fulltime Employees Data collected from the SES 2010 show that the mean total monthly earnings of fulltime employees came up to (males and females 1.672). These earnings include overtime and shift work payments. On average overtime earnings were 47 (males 66 and females 26) and shift work payments 24 (males 31 and females 16) By Economic Activity The economic activity section of Financial and Insurance Activities presented the highest level of mean total monthly earnings with an average of (males and females 2.579). The lowest level of mean total monthly earnings for fulltime employees was observed in the

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