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International Labor Comparisons

International Hourly Compensation Costs for All Employees, by Sub-Manufacturing Industry, NAICS Basis, 1996-2007


In December 2012, BLS discontinued the series International Hourly Compensation Costs for All Employees by Sub-Manufacturing Industry, NAICS Basis, 1996-2007. These compensation cost data were last updated on November 20, 2009. Data for sub-manufacturing industries on an ISIC basis continue to be updated and are available at and

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  • Tables by Sub-Manufacturing Industry, All Employees (TXT) (XLS)
  • Tables by Country, All Employees (TXT) (XLS)
  • Technical Notes (TXT)
  • Exchange Rates (TXT)

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International Hourly Compensation Costs for Production Workers, by Sub-Manufacturing Industry, 1992-2007 (HTM)


Last Modified Date: December 19, 2012