April 19, 2010

Real earnings in March 2010

Over-the-month percentage change in real average hourly and weekly earnings, all employees, March 2009–March 2010, seasonally adjusted
Month Over-the-month percent change
Real average hourly earnings
for all employees
Real average weekly earnings
for all employees

March 2009

0.2 0.0

April 2009

0.1 -0.2

May 2009

0.0 0.0

June 2009

-0.6 -0.9

July 2009

0.1 0.1

August 2009

0.0 0.0

September 2009

-0.1 -0.1

October 2009

0.0 -0.3

November 2009

-0.1 0.5

December 2009

-0.2 -0.5

January 2010

0.2 0.7

February 2010

0.2 (p) -0.1 (p)

March 2010

-0.2 (p) 0.1 (p)

Footnotes:
(p) = preliminary

These data featured in the TED article, Real earnings in March 2010.

 

 

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