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Quarterly growth of wages in Germany in manufacturing sector 2010-2018

This statistic shows the quarterly growth of wages in Germany from the first quarter 2010 to fourth quarter of 2018. In the first quarter of 2011, labour costs in Germany rose by two percent compared to the previous quarter. This percentage frequently fluctuated until fourth quarter 2012, at which point wage growth in Germany began to steadily increase until the 2nd quarter 2015 whereupon the gross wages in the manufacturing industry of Germany began once again to fluctuate.

Development of gross wages in Germany in the manufacturing industry from 1st quarter 2010 to 4th quarter of 2018

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2010 to 2018

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Seasonally adjusted

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