Compensation of U.S. fabricated metal production workers 1998-2016

Compensation of U.S. fabricated metal production workers from 1998 to 2016 (in million U.S. dollars)

Compensation of U.S. fabricated metal production workers 1998-2016 This statistic shows the compensation paid to employees in U.S. fabricated metal product manufacturing from 1998 to 2016. In 2016, approximately 96 billion U.S. dollars were paid to employees in the U.S. fabricated metal product manufacturing industry.
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Compensation of U.S. fabricated metal production workers from 1998 to 2016 (in million U.S. dollars)

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Compensation in million U.S. dollars
199874,259
199976,190
200080,195
200177,112
200274,062
200373,464
200477,141
200581,034
200685,399
200788,903
200890,489
200977,518
201077,956
201183,984
201290,305
201391,164
201495,321
201597,200
201696,017
Compensation in million U.S. dollars
199874,259
199976,190
200080,195
200177,112
200274,062
200373,464
200477,141
200581,034
200685,399
200788,903
200890,489
200977,518
201077,956
201183,984
201290,305
201391,164
201495,321
201597,200
201696,017
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This statistic shows the compensation paid to employees in U.S. fabricated metal product manufacturing from 1998 to 2016. In 2016, approximately 96 billion U.S. dollars were paid to employees in the U.S. fabricated metal product manufacturing industry.
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